If you believe that a County employee or officer has engaged in improper governmental activity including, but not limited to, fraud, waste, and abuse of County resources, you are encouraged to report such suspected improper activity.
The Catastrophic Leave Policy is designed to assist employees who have exhausted paid time credits due to a serious or catastrophic illness, injury or condition of the employee or his/her extended family. This policy allows other employees to make grants of time to that employee so that s/he can remain in a paid status for a longer period of time, thus partially ameliorating the financial impact of the illness, injury or condition.
This Wellness Policy identifies key areas of focus for employee health and safety and sets forth minimum goals for various stakeholders regarding each such focus area. In all cases, the County strongly encourage its employees to make the “Healthy Choice” their preferred and default choice.
This policy establishes when an electronic or facsimile signature may replace a hand-written (wet) signature, with the goal of encouraging the use of paperless, electronic documents whenever appropriate
Through adoption and dissemination of this policy to employees, the Board of Supervisors commits the County and all employees to a diverse, results-oriented, equal employment opportunity environment aimed at a balanced workforce free of illegal discrimination and harassment.
This Electronic Mail (E-mail) Policy addresses some of these issues by setting out appropriate and inappropriate uses of E-mail by County employees, as well as issues related to the stability of the County's E-mail systems.
The purpose of this resolution is to promote full communication between the County and its employees by providing a reasonable method of resolving disputes regarding wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of employment between the County and its employees and their employee organizations.
The goal of this policy is to encourage and increase the use of environmentally preferable products and services in San Mateo County. By including environmental considerations in procurement decisions, San Mateo County can promote practices that improve public and worker health, conserve natural resources, and reward environmentally conscious manufacturers, while remaining fiscally responsible.
San Mateo County provides leave to eligible employees in accordance with the Federal Family and Medial Leave Act (FMLA) and the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) as well as the County’s other leave policies.
The purpose of the County’s written Hazard Communication Plan is to comply with Cal/OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard and to guide departments in the development of their site-specific Hazard Communication Programs.