The names of employees laid off shall be placed on reemployment eligible lists as hereinafter specified. Former employees appointed from a reemployment eligible list shall be restored all rights accrued prior to being laid off, such as sick leave, vacation credits, and credit for years of service. However, such reemployed employees shall not be eligible for benefits for which they received compensation at the time of or subsequent to the date they were laid off. The departmental reemployment eligible list for each classification shall consist of the names of employees and former employees having probationary or permanent status, and who were laid off or whoseRead More →

A displaced employee will be transferred to any vacancy with equivalent FTE status in his/her classification in his/her home department. For the purpose of this section, the following shall be considered “departments”: Agriculture, Weights and Measures Assessor, County-Clerk Recorder & Chief Elections Officer Board of Supervisors Child Support Services Controller Coroner County Counsel County Managers Office/Clerk of the Board Court District Attorney Fire Protection Services Health System – San Mateo Medical Center Health System – All Other Health Housing Human Resources Department Human Services Agency Information Services Department Parks Department Planning and Building Probation Public Works Library Sheriff’s Office Tax Collector/Treasurer/Revenue Services   If noRead More →

No permanent employee shall be laid off while employees working in extra-help, seasonal, temporary, provisional, or probationary status are retained in the same classification unless that employee has been offered the extra-help, seasonal, temporary, or provisional appointment. The order of layoff among employees not having permanent status shall be according to the following categories: Extra-Help or Seasonal Temporary Provisional Probationary – among probationary employees in a given classification, order of layoff shall be according to reverse order of seniority as determined by total continuous County civil service, not continuous time in that probationary period. Employees in flexibly-staffed positions serving a second probationary period (at aRead More →