Bargaining Units (See Union Representation)
The BC 102-102 is the form used for all human resource functions, such as hiring, leaves of absence, promotions and terminations. Employing agencies complete a BC 102-102 and submit it to the Office of Management and Budget, which forwards it to the Human Resources Division for approval and processing. Questions about the status of such transactions should be forwarded to your Division, which will contact Human Resources or Payroll Central.
Benefit-eligible employees may receive bereavement leave to attend the funeral of a member of their immediate family. Should the funeral occur within the state of Florida, up to three regularly scheduled workdays of paid leave are provided. Should the funeral occur out of the state of Florida, up to five regularly scheduled workdays of paid leave are provided. Employees whose position is covered by a collective bargaining unit should consult their collective bargaining agreement. Immediate family is generally defined as:
- spouse/registered domestic partner
- a person determined by the Human Resources Director to be “in loco parentis” (in the place of a parent) or another relative domiciled in the employee’s household
Block Budgeting is a streamlined reclassification process by which positions/employees in designated entry level job classifications may be reclassified to designate Journey level job classifications (typically Level II or Senior) within the same job classification series without completing and submitting the Position Classification Questionnaire (PCQ). The complete block budgeting guidelines can be found on the internet at:
All employees scheduled eight hours (or 10 hours) a day are entitled to two 15 minute (or 20 minute) paid breaks; one in the first half and one in the last half of the shift. Part-time 20-plus employees are eligible for paid breaks for the equivalent of each half day worked. Breaks may not be accumulated from day to day or same day to shorten the workday. Employees should refer to their applicable collective bargaining agreement for provisions relating to breaks.
Broward County Facts
Broward County is the second largest in population of Florida’s 67 counties. It now includes 31 cities, a population of more than 1.7 million and a County budget of $3.3 billion.
Broward County Government
County government is established under the authority of the State Constitution and the County Charter. The Charter and the Administrative Code established the functions of the County government and the personnel system. These documents are available in most County administrative offices, on Broward County’s website and the governmental document section of the Broward County Library.
Broward News Network
The Broward News Network provides employees with the opportunity to access news about Broward County by subscribing to live RSS news feeds from Google Alerts, collected from a variety of sources using the keyword “Broward County.” As news items are posted to the Internet, subscribers will receive an email alert. To subscribe to this service, go to the BC-Net home page and click BROWARD NEWS NETWORK under NEWS.
Passes for the County’s Transit bus system are available to employees at discounted rates. Employees may pay for monthly bus passes through payroll deductions on a pre-tax basis. Contact Broward County Transit at 954-357-5788 for additional information. See also Tri-Rail Passes.