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The Labor and Compensation Division plans, directs, develops and coordinates negotiation and administration of all County collective bargaining agreements in accordance with Florida statutes.
The division also maintains the County leave manual and is responsible for administering the Employee Mediation and the pre-employment physical program.
Appeals and Grievances
The Employee and Labor Relations Division is charged with processing, coordinating and conducting various appeals and grievances.
Collective Bargaining Agreements
The Employee and Labor Relations Division plans, directs, develops and coordinates negotiation and administration of all County collective bargaining agreements in accordance with Florida statutes.
Disciplinary Action is governed by Administrative Order 7-3 . It is the responsibility of all supervisors to maintain standards of employee conduct in accordance with the Personnel Rules of Miami-Dade County, and any stated rules of a department, division or other established work unit.
Heightened security measures are in place and all County employees are required to have their employee identification clearly displayed in order to enter county facilities. Employee ID's must remain clearly displayed at all times.
Employee Support Services
The Miami-Dade Employee Support Services is a benefit designed to provide a confidential service to employees whose personal problems are affecting their ability to function on the job, at home, or in society.
Employees with Disabilities
Miami-Dade County employees with disabilities may request special accommodations to overcome obstacles that restrict their ability to do their jobs. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects qualified individuals with disabilities from employment discrimination.
Human Resources Forms
This page contains a listing of labor relations forms.
An exit interview after an employee has elected to end their employment with Miami-Dade County is important in helping to improve the work experience in the County.
Labor Healthcare Committee
The Labor Healthcare Committe was recently formed to research current trends and options to reduce the costs associated with healthcare.
The County’s personnel system should make all appointments and promotions solely on merit and fitness,and they should be conducted in a non-discriminatory manner without regard to other factors, such as familial status.
Outside Employment disclosure and requests.
A performance evaluation is a formal written evaluation of the quality of your work performance. At a formally scheduled meeting, you and your supervisor share candid, open and honest dialogue focused on your performance over an entire review period.
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For more detailed information about the County's leave package, see the County's Leave Manual.
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