Employee Relations

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Employee Relations

The Employee Relations policy area falls under the jurisdiction of the Government Finance and Operations (GFO) Policy Committee and is responsible for all issues related to public employment and retirement. Specific issues areas are pension benefits and pension system administration; labor relations; issues regarding county negotiations with employees; workers’ compensation; and other risk management issues facing public employers.

CSAC Staff:

Faith Conley, Legislative Representative
Stanicia Boatner Senior Legislative Assistant

 

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2013 Public Employees Pension Reform Act Resources

The Governor last September signed AB 340 and AB 197, two bills which enacted the California Public Employees’ Pension Reform Act of 2013.AB 340 made several changes to the pension benefits that may be offered to employees hired on or after January 1, 2013, including setting a new maximum benefit, a lower-cost pension formula for safety and non-safety employees with requirements to work longer in order to reach full retirement age and a cap on the amount used to calculate a pension.Among other things, AB 340 also enacted pension spiking reform for new and existing employees, required three-

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