The County of Marin is committed to providing accurate and timely information regarding current labor negotiations with its labor organizations. The County continues to bargain in good faith, and seeks to resolve differences professionally, fairly and efficiently.

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  • International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE), Local 16

    September 21, 2021 UPDATE

    The Marin County Board of Supervisors approve the addendum reached between the County of Marin and IATSE providing an additional one-time payment of $1200 to regular full-time employees (prorated for part-time), one-time payments to eligible contingent hire employees, and extension of the COVID-related leaves.

    The agreed-upon terms include:

    One-Time Payment

    Each full-time, regular hire employee represented by IATSE shall receive a single, one-time payment in the amount of twelve hundred dollars ($1200), prorated for part-time regular hire employees. This one-time payment is not pensionable.

    Contingent hire employees who do not have a regular hire appointment will receive the following one-time payment based on hours worked in the July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021 fiscal year:

    • 1,800 hours or more: $1800
    • 1,000 hours or more but less than 1,800 hours: $1200
    • 500 hours or more but less than 1,000 hours: $600

    COVID-Related Leaves

    Represented employees’ eligibility to use COVID-Related leaves, described in 4.a. of the parties’ Extension Agreement, will extend to December 31, 2021. The County is not obligated to provide additional leave. Should the State mandate COVID leave, the amount the County has already allocated would credit against the State’s required allocation.

    Previous Labor Negotiations Updates

  • Marin Association of Public Employees (MAPE) - General Unit, Health & Human Services Workers, and Nurses

    September 21, 2021 UPDATE

    The Marin County Board of Supervisors approved the tentative agreement between the County of Marin and the Marin Association of Public Employees, General Unit (MAPE General Unit), HHS Unit (MAPE HHS Unit), and Nurses Unit (MAPE Nurses Unit), for a successor 3-year collective bargaining agreement for the term September 19, 2021– June 30, 2024. Details can be reviewed under the Marin Association of Public Employees (MAPE) — General Unit, Health & Human Services Workers, and Nurses September 1, 2021 update.

    Previous Labor Negotiations Updates

  • Marin County Management Employees’ Association (MCMEA)

    September 21, 2021 UPDATE

    The Marin County Board of Supervisors approve the addendum reached between the County of Marin and MCMEA providing an additional one-time payment of $1200 to regular full-time employees (prorated for part-time), one-time payments to eligible contingent hire employees, and extension of the COVID-related leaves.

    The agreed-upon terms include:

    One-Time Payment

    Each full-time, regular hire employee represented by MCMEA shall receive a single, one-time payment in the amount of twelve hundred dollars ($1200), prorated for part-time regular hire employees. This one-time payment is not pensionable.

    Contingent hire employees who do not have a regular hire appointment will receive the following one-time payment based on hours worked in the July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021 fiscal year:

    • 1,800 hours or more: $1800
    • 1,000 hours or more but less than 1,800 hours: $1200
    • 500 hours or more but less than 1,000 hours: $600

    COVID-Related Leaves

    Represented employees’ eligibility to use COVID-Related leaves, described in 4.a. of the parties’ Extension Agreement, will extend to December 31, 2021. The County is not obligated to provide additional leave. Should the State mandate COVID leave, the amount the County has already allocated would credit against the State’s required allocation.

    Previous Labor Negotiations Updates

  • Probation Managers' Association

    September 21, 2021 UPDATE

    The Marin County Board of Supervisors approve the addendum reached between the County of Marin and PMA providing an additional one-time payment of $1200 to regular full-time employees (prorated for part-time), one-time payments to eligible contingent hire employees, and extension of the COVID-related leaves.

    The agreed-upon terms include:

    One-Time Payment

    Each full-time, regular hire employee represented by PMA shall receive a single, one-time payment in the amount of twelve hundred dollars ($1200), prorated for part-time regular hire employees. This one-time payment is not pensionable.

    Contingent hire employees who do not have a regular hire appointment will receive the following one-time payment based on hours worked in the July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021 fiscal year:

    • 1,800 hours or more: $1800
    • 1,000 hours or more but less than 1,800 hours: $1200
    • 500 hours or more but less than 1,000 hours: $600

    COVID-Related Leaves

    Represented employees’ eligibility to use COVID-Related leaves, described in 4.a. of the parties’ Extension Agreement, will extend to December 31, 2021. The County is not obligated to provide additional leave. Should the State mandate COVID leave, the amount the County has already allocated would credit against the State’s required allocation.

    Previous Labor Negotiations Updates

  • Teamsters Local 856 – Deputy District Attorney Unit

    September 21, 2021 UPDATE

    The Marin County Board of Supervisors approve the addendum reached between the County of Marin and DDA providing an additional one-time payment of $1200 to regular full-time employees (prorated for part-time), one-time payments to eligible contingent hire employees, and extension of the COVID-related leaves.

    The agreed-upon terms include:

    One-Time Payment

    Each full-time, regular hire employee represented by DDA shall receive a single, one-time payment in the amount of twelve hundred dollars ($1200), prorated for part-time regular hire employees. This one-time payment is not pensionable.

    Contingent hire employees who do not have a regular hire appointment will receive the following one-time payment based on hours worked in the July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021 fiscal year:

    • 1,800 hours or more: $1800
    • 1,000 hours or more but less than 1,800 hours: $1200
    • 500 hours or more but less than 1,000 hours: $600

    COVID-Related Leaves

    Represented employees’ eligibility to use COVID-Related leaves, described in 4.a. of the parties’ Extension Agreement, will extend to December 31, 2021. The County is not obligated to provide additional leave. Should the State mandate COVID leave, the amount the County has already allocated would credit against the State’s required allocation.

    Previous Labor Negotiations Updates

  • Teamsters Local 856 - Probation Workers Unit

    September 21, 2021 UPDATE

    The Marin County Board of Supervisors approve the addendum reached between the County of Marin and the Probation Association providing an additional one-time payment of  $1200 to regular full-time employees (prorated for part-time), one-time payments to eligible contingent hire employees, and extension of the COVID-related leaves.

    The agreed-upon terms include:

    One-Time Payment

    Each full-time, regular hire employee represented by the Probation Association shall receive a single, one-time payment in the amount of twelve hundred dollars ($1200), prorated for part-time regular hire employees. This one-time payment is not pensionable.

    Contingent hire employees who do not have a regular hire appointment will receive the following one-time payment based on hours worked in the July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021 fiscal year:

    • 1,800 hours or more: $1800
    • 1,000 hours or more but less than 1,800 hours: $1200
    • 500 hours or more but less than 1,000 hours: $600

    COVID-Related Leaves

    Represented employees’ eligibility to use COVID-Related leaves, described in 4.a. of the parties’ Extension Agreement, will extend to December 31, 2021. The County is not obligated to provide additional leave. Should the State mandate COVID leave, the amount the County has already allocated would credit against the State’s required allocation.

    Previous Labor Negotiations Updates

  • 2019 Labor Negotiations - ARCHIVE

    Please visit the 2019 Labor Negotiations Update page for archived updates from the 2019 bargaining sessions. Archived updates are available for the following bargaining units:

    • Deputy Sheriff's Association (DSA)
    • Sheriff Staff Officers' Association (SSOA)
    • Fire Battalion Chiefs’ Association (FBCA)
    • Marin County Fire Department Firefighters’ Association (MCFDFA)
  • 2018 Labor Negotiations - ARCHIVE

    Please visit the 2018 Labor Negotiations Update page for archived updates from the 2018 bargaining sessions. Archived updates are available for the following bargaining units:

    • International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE), Local 16
    • Marin Association of Public Employees (MAPE)
    • Marin County Management Employees' Association (MCMEA)
    • Probation Managers' Association Unit
    • Sheriff Staff Officers' Association (SSOA)
    • Teamsters Local 856 - Deputy District Attorney Unit
    • Teamsters Local 856 - Probation Workers