Management/Confidential Employee Resources

Management Handbook
Although not represented by a bargaining unit, nor possessing the ability to negotiate salary, working conditions or benefits, managers are afforded certain rights and protections (as established by the law or board policy).  Although not exclusive, the rights and protections for managers can be located in a document titled "Management Handbook."  The Management Handbook can be viewed at:
Management Bulletins

Over the years, managers have received a number of trainings.  Typically, when a manager presents a training, he/she is asked to prepare a summary of the training -- which are referred to as "management bulletins."  These management bulletins then will serve the purpose of reminding/informing managers of supervisory techniques or best practices.  A collection of these management bulletins can be viewed at:

Confidential Employees 

Confidential employees are defined as "any employee who is required to develop or present management positions with respect to employer-employee relations or whose duties normally require access to confidential information that is used to contribute significantly to the development of management positions."  While the law specifically permits confidential employees to be represented in their employment relations through non-exclusive representation, it also states clearly that such representation may not engage in collective bargaining.  Much like managers, however, confidential employees are afforded certain rights and protections (as established by the law and board policy).  Although not exclusive, the rights and protections for confidential employees can be located in a document titled "Confidential Employee Handbook."  The Confidential Employee Handbook can be viewed at:

 

 


Last Updated: 10/19/2017 3:03 PM