Effective July 1, 2023, Colorado Senate Bill 230 expands the rights of County employees to engage in collective bargaining.
Terms to Know
A nonprofit organization that engages with a County concerning wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of employment and that represents or seeks to represent County employees in a bargaining unit.
A group of County Employees in a unit deemed appropriate for the purpose of collective bargaining in accordance with Section 8-33-110; except that a bargaining unit does not include:
A Confidential Employee;
A Managerial Employee;
An Executive Employee; or
Temporary, Intermittent, or Seasonal Employees who work less than 90 days in a 365-day period.