Work for the County
The Department of Human Resources is dedicated to providing innovative and efficient talent solutions to the County by recruiting, developing and retaining exceptional and diverse talent for public service and helping to support our workforce of approximately 100,000 employees, who work in 35 dynamic departments.
Civil Service Commission
The Civil Service Commission hears appeals of major disciplinary actions, discharges, reductions, suspensions in excess of five days, discrimination complaints, and scored portions of examinations filed by County employees.
Civil Service Rules/Personnel Code
Civil Service rules, part of the Personnel Code, are intended to assure employees are treated fairly and impartially, and cover such items as work assignment, transfer and reassignment, hiring, classification, and promotions.
Employee Relations Office
The Employee Relations Office conducts negotiations with bargaining units, administers the memoranda of understanding, provides advice to County management on contract interpretation, and consults with union representation.
The Los Angeles County Fraud Hotline is for reporting suspected fraud incidents or other misconduct by County employees, contractors and vendors. Persons making the reports may do so anonymously.
Internet Usage Policy
Employees are not allowed to use their Internet account for other than County business, and shall not allow others to use their account. Disciplinary action may be taken against those violating the policy.
Office of Workplace Programs
The mission of Workplace Programs is to promote a family-friendly work environment that enhances employee productivity, workplace savings and giving options, rideshare choices, and volunteer opportunities through effective and caring services and programs.