Employee Relations
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Welcome to Employee Relations!

The Office for Employee Relations serves as the chief negotiators for the Instructional and School Related Personnel bargaining units during the development of the Master Contracts, and we are responsible for the equitable administration of these contracts.  We also work with employees in need of improving performance and respond to issues related to equity and employment law, including discrimination and harassment.  We believe that all District employees are entitled to a civil work environment, clear performance expectations, and fair and equitable treatment.  We are committed to working together with administrators and employees to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of our employees so all Pasco County students are college, career and life ready.

Department Mission Statement:  The Office for Employee Relations is committed to providing quality professional standards, labor relations, equity, and employment law functions to the District, its schools, and its departments in furtherance of the District's vision and strategic plan so all students are college, career and life ready.

Should you have any questions, comments, or need additional information, please feel free to contact us.


Avoiding Professional Pitfalls

The purpose of this presentation is to provide an overview of the professional expectations that align with Pasco County Schools (PCS) Board Policy. The information presented is meant to raise the level of awareness about responsible, professional behavior  on and off the job for all PCS employees.  All PCS employees, regardless of job title, are bound to comply with Board Policy as a condition of continued employment.

Avoiding Professional Pitfalls


Report Child Abuse, Abandonment or Neglect

Pursuant to F.S. 1006.061, all District employees have an obligation to report all actual or suspected cases of child abuse, abandonment, or neglect and have a duty to comply with child protective investigations and all other provisions of law relating to child abuse, abandonment, and neglect. To report child abuse, abandonment or neglect, please call 1-800-96-ABUSE.

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