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.
You are responsible for updating your dependent status via the online system during the plan year (adoption, birth, death, divorce, dissolution of domestic partnership, marriage, etc.).
The Civil Service Commission hears appeals to dismissals, demotions, or suspensions of employees; reviews requests for extension of eligible lists, allocates new or revised job classifications to an a
Effective July 1, 2014, the County of San Mateo has modified its application process to comply with Assembly Bill 218 (Ban the Box).
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 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.
Policy revised on: March 24, 2003If you have questions or concerns about this policy, please contact the ISD Help Desk at 650-363-4108
Log into Workday today to opt to receive your 1095 tax document electronically!
For instructions on how to receive your 1095 electronically, please see the Workday Quick Reference Card (QRC) on the in
What is the Kaiser Permanente Telephonic Wellness coaching Program?
Wellness coaching provides personalized support to help you develop a plan that fits your needs and lifestyle, for the kind of chang
The County of San Mateo’s Long Term Disability plan (LTD) is designed to provide you with income while disabled, and more importantly, to provide you with benefits while your applications(s) for other
I, _________________________, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of California against all enemies, f
Date Established, January 01, 2005 Only for Sheriff's Safety / Probation Safety Retirement members and extra help employees
COUNTY OF SAN MATEO STATEMENT CONCERNING YOUR EMPLOYMENT IN A JOB NOT COVE
Policy & Procedures for Participating in Online Training Programs (Approved by Executive Council, January 26, 2009)
San Mateo County encourages and supports employees to partici
The ordinance seeks to protect the integrity of the County's governmental institutions by providing a mechanism for reporting of improper governmental activity, including but not limited to violating local campaign finance laws, conflict of interest laws, or governmental ethics; misusing County resources; or using a County position to advance a private interest.
Policy revised on September 17, 1996If you have questions or concerns about this policy, please contact your department's County Counsel representative.
The following specific restrictions apply to al
If you have questions or concerns about this policy, please contact the ISD Help Desk at 650-363-4108. I. Introduction
Policy created on April 28, 2003 This policy outlines the pr
Policy created on April 28, 2003If you have questions or concerns about this policy, please contact Ron Davis at 650-573-2054.
The County of San Mateo ("the County") collects and main
Policy created on April 28, 2003If you have questions or concerns about this policy, please contact your Ron Davis at 650-573-2054.
If you have questions or concerns about this policy, please contact Employee & Labor Relations Policy revised on March 29, 1999
Any County employee who is convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor s
The plan has been developed to provide guidelines to employees to minimize the risk of occupational diseases caused by breathing air contaminated with harmful dusts, fogs, fumes, gases, smokes, sprays, or aerosols.
Article 2.7 of the County's Ordinance Code governs county employment and employee compensation (vacation, sick leave, holidays, and other general policies)
It is the policy of San Mateo County to return employees with temporary disabling occupational injuries and illnesses to work in temporary modified work assignments as soon as medically feasible. Temporary modified work is distinguished from permanent modified work in that the injured employee is normally able to return to his/her full duty in the same position or a like position occupied prior to the injury.
A County examination may include a supplemental application, a screening process, a written test, a performance test, and/or an interview. Not all examinations include all these parts. For most entr
Who is eligible?
The Tuition Reimbursement Program is offered to probationary, provisional, term and regular employees occupying permanent positions. Extra Help employees are not eligible.
Policy approved by the Board of Supervisors on January 9, 2001 If you have questions or concerns about this policy, please contact Employee & Labor Relations
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