A client contacted me to complain about what she considers to have been inappropriate comments directed from you to her. This has to do withRead More →
I understand that you took several days off while I was on vacation. How about if you start with telling me which days you wereRead More →
What is your understanding of the County’s Internet policy? How many times a day, on average, do you access the Internet? How long, on average,Read More →
NAME, talk with me about your experience with getting client bus passes from our department. When did that first start? How did it come about?Read More →
Any time you are interviewing a represented employee in conjunction with an investigation, the employee has the right to union representation if he/she requests it.Read More →
Date Name Classification Department Dear Mr. Employee: Subject: Temporary Assignment to Work at a Different Location Effective immediately, you are temporarily assigned to work atRead More →
In most circumstances, it is not necessary to do so. However, in some situations it may be appropriate for the accused employee to be awayRead More →
The County does not tolerate violence in the workplace. Refer to the County’s Violence in the Workplace Policy found on the County Intranet. The safetyRead More →
What do I do if I suspect that an employee is under the influence of alcohol or drugs while at work?
Follow these recommended steps if you suspect that an employee is under the influence of alcohol or drugs while at work. Listed below are recommendedRead More →
It is essential that supervisors and managers contact the County Counsel’s Office as soon as they become aware of an allegation that involves potential criminalRead More →
Depending on the level of the employee alleged to have committed the misconduct and the nature of the alleged infraction, the manager may personally conductRead More →
What is the supervisor’s responsibility if the workplace allegation involves potential criminal action?
Document the allegation accurately and completely. Take careful, legible notes of what the complainant says, your own follow-up questions, and the answers to these questions.Read More →
Receive the Complaint Explain procedures. Tell the complainant that the matter will be promptly investigated and explain your procedures for investigation. Mention that someone elseRead More →
In all other cases where there is an allegation of serious (but not criminal) misconduct, the County Manager strongly urges you to contact Employee &Read More →