The Labor Relations function of the Human Resources Department is dedicated to improve employee productivity through the development of harmonious working relationships with employees and employee labor organizations. To that end, the Human Resources staff serves as the lead in partnering with labor unions to address the needs of the City and its employees and represents the City during contract negotiations, meet and confer sessions, and joint labor-management committee meetings.
The City of Riverside’s Human Resources Department recognizes that the development of harmonious working relationships is an on-going process and that each labor management meeting is an opportunity to work at the process of building trust between management and employees, and labor union representatives. This trust is the cornerstone of a creative, collaborative organization that will more effectively meet its goals, which for the City means better service for the residents of Riverside.
The City and SEIU have begun bargaining over a new comprehensive MOU. The bargaining team members are Frank Corral, Lisa Munoz, Enrique Barboza, Jeannie Pauli, Diane Howard, Dean Martin, Barbara Hunt, Sammie Luna-Farias, Gloria Melendez (alternate), Ed Toole, and Corrine Parker for the Union; and Tina English, Laura Chavez-Nomura, Chris Vicino, Mario Lara, Scott Catlett, Gina Villasenor, Amy Haug, and Steven Espinoza for the City. Read More...
After many months of public sector pension reform remaining a hot topic, the Conference Committee on Public Employee Pensions passed sweeping reforms of current pension law last week. The changes were subsequently approved on Friday, August 31, 2012 by the Assembly and Senate, and are awaiting the Governor’s Signature. Read More...
RPOA— On June 5, 2012 the City Council voted unanimously in favor of a new comprehensive MOU covering the Riverside Police Sergeant’s bargaining unit. With the approval of the City Council last week the new agreements ratified by the Sergeants on April 23, 2012 are now in effect. Many of the new agreements are similar to the agreements reached between the Police General Unit with the exception of a few areas specific to the Sergeant’s. Read More...
RPOA – The City and the Police Unit represented by the Riverside Police Officer's Association have reached a tentative agreement on a new Memorandum of Understanding. The Police Unit labor agreement expired on July 1, 2009, which was during the height of the economic meltdown and the Police Unit remained without a contract since that time. As if the economic downturn wasn’t enough, the City got hit with projections last year related to pension costs that showed those costs skyrocketing beyond sustainable levels. However, despite these obstacles the RPOA and the City were able to hammer out a deal. Read More...
IBEW - The City of Riverside and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 47 reached a tentative agreement on new successor contracts for the Utility bargaining unit and the Supervisory bargaining unit. The new 2-year MOU’s incorporate changes to the pension benefits that were agreed to in June, and also address operational issues raised by the Union. The new terms of the successor contracts will be presented to the City Council on November 15, 2011 and were ratified by the IBEW membership on October 19, 2011. Read More...
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