The Disability Policy ensures that the City prohibits employment discrimination, establishes procedure determining disability, and establishes procedure investigating and resolving employment related disability.
The DOT Drug & Alcohol Policy sets forth the rights and obligations of employees covered under the Department of Transportation regulations and represents the agreement between SEIU Local 1021 and the City on its implementation.
The Employee Political Activities Policy provides employees with a clear understanding of what it and is not acceptable in terms of political activities and affiliations while employed by the City of San Rafael.
The Policy Against Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation ensures all officials, employees, applicants, and contractors are provided with an environment that is free from any form of harassment, discrimination or retaliation as defined in this Policy. It is also the policy of the City to provide a procedure for investigating alleged harassment, discrimination and retaliation in violation of this Policy.
California law requires certain people, known as “Mandated Reporters,” to report known or suspected child abuse or neglect. If you have been identified as a certain type of Mandated Reporter: a peace officer and/or employee of the police department under Penal Code § 11165.7(a)(19 )& (34) or a firefighter, EMT, or paramedic under Penal Code § 11165.7(a)(20) & (22). As a Mandated Reporter, you are required by the law to sign the statement below acknowledging your legal reporting obligations. Please return original copy to HR.
The Outside Employment Policy ensures employees don’t engage in any employment, activity, or enterprise for compensation which is inconsistent, incompatible, in conflict with, or inimical to his/her duties as a City officer or employee.
The purpose of the City of San Rafael Personnel Rules and Regulations is to facilitate service to the public and to provide for a fair and equitable system of personnel administration and management within the City organization.
The Response to Request for References Policy establishes guidelines for releasing personal and/or professional references to third parties. This policy helps to protect employees responding to the reference as well as the City from any potential liability.
The Travel and Expense Reimbursement Policy establishes equitable standards and achieve reasonably consistent and fair treatment insofar as the reimbursement of expenses incurred in the service of the City of San Rafael.
Under California law, all employers must provide victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking with the right to take time off from work to appear in legal proceedings, such as obtaining a restraining order or other court order.
If you have any concerns, please contact your supervisor or HR.
The Wireless Communication Policy establishes guidelines for the use, purchase and maintenance of wireless communications systems and devices including cellular phones, pagers, PDA’s and other forms of communication equipment.
The City of San Rafael is committed to providing a workplace that is safe, secure and free from threats or acts of violence. This includes prohibiting any threatening or committing any act of violence while on duty, while on City-related business or while operating any vehicle or equipment owned or leased by the City. All acts or threats of violence toward any employee by anyone will be taken seriously and will not be tolerated. Although some violence results from societal problems that are beyond the City’s control, City management in an effort to increase protection for employees and visitors, established this Workplace Security & Violence Policy.