Article III - Administration
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Board of Supervisors Resolution #NAP 250, DR74460, 74461
Issue Date: June 14, 1983
Table of Contents for Article III
- Section 11. Submission of current information by Recognized Employee Organizations
- Section 12. Payroll Deductions on Behalf of Employee Organizations
- Section 13. Employee Organization Activities Use of County Resources
- Section 14. Administrative Rules and Procedures
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Section 11. Submission of current information by Recognized Employee Organizations
All changes in the information filed with the County by a recognized employee organization under a. through h. of its Recognition Petition under Section 3 of this resolution shall be submitted in writing to the Employee Relations Officer within thirty (30) days of such change.
Section 12. Payroll Deductions on Behalf of Employee Organizations
Upon formal acknowledgment by the County of a recognized employee organization under this resolution, only such recognized employee organization shall be provided payroll deductions of membership dues and insurance premiums for plans sponsored by such organization upon the written authorization of employees in the unit represented by recognized employee organization on forms approved therefore by the County. The providing of such service to the recognized employee organization by the County shall be contingent upon and in accordance with applicable administrative procedures. An employee organization which qualifies as recognized employee organization after the effective date of this resolution shall retain for those members who were on dues deduction as of January 1, 1976, the dues deduction privilege.
Section 13. Employee Organization Activities Use of County Resources
Access to County work locations and the use of County paid time, facilities, equipment and other resources by employee organizations and those representing them shall be authorized only to the extent provided for in Memoranda of Understanding and/or administrative procedures, shall be limited to activities pertaining directly to the employer-employee relationship and not such internal employee organization business as soliciting membership, campaigning for office, and organization meetings and elections, and shall not interfere with the efficiency, safety and security of County operations.
Section 14. Administrative Rules and Procedures
The Director of Personnel and Employee Relations is hereby authorized to establish such rules and procedures as appropriate to implement and administer the provisions of this resolution after meeting and conferring with affected employee organizations.