ABOUT THE EMPLOYEE RELATIONS COMMISSION
The Los Angeles County Employee Relations Commission is a body that was established by Employee Relations Ordinance #9646, in 1969, to regulate labor relations in Los Angeles County. The Commission consists of three Commissioners that are selected by a process delineated in the Employee Relations Ordinance under Sections 5.04.110, 5.40.120, and 5.04.130.
Support for the Commission is provided by an Executive Director and a Head Board Specialist.
Employee Relations Commission
The Los Angeles County Employee Relations Commission administers the County’s Employee Relations Ordinance. Its functions include determining employee representation units, arranging for elections in such units, determining the validity of claims of Unfair Practice Charges filed against management and employee organizations, acting on requests for mediation, fact finding and impasses. Additionally, the Commission assesses the reports from Hearing Officers and submits a final Decision and Order on Unfair Practice matters as delineated in the Employee Relations Ordinance.
This commission does not hear disciplinary matters.
Commissioners and Staff
Head Board Specialist