The primary objective of this division of Human Resources is to act as consultant and advocate to campus administration in the area of labor relations in support of the proper exercise of collective bargaining processes and overall procedures for formal conflict resolution.
Labor Relations' services include:
Communication with labor unions that represent UC San Diego employees about matters related to employee terms and conditions of employment
Communication with supervisors about the university's collective bargaining negotiations with unions regarding employees who are in a bargaining unit represented by a union
Participation in the negotiation of the university's collective bargaining agreements
Providing training for supervisors involved with collective bargaining agreements and applicable laws
Union contract interpretation
Consulation with supervisors regarding employee discipline or termination and representation for supervisors at meetings about these actions
Representation for supervisors in labor relations meetings, grievance investigations, and unfair labor practice hearings
For additional information about services and resources, see Labor Relations
For more comprehensive information on UCSD labor relations, the collective bargaining process, agency fees and union dues, access rights, and conflict management, see Collective Bargaining at UCSD.