LABOR RELATIONS UNIT


Contact

Labor Relations (LRU)    

100 N. Stewart St. Suite 200

Carson City, NV 89701

(775) 684-0108 

(775) 684-0124 (fax)

 LaborRelations@admin.nv.gov

Office Hours: 

Monday - Friday 7:30 am to 4:30 pm  

    Reference & Guidance

    Union Information & Collective Bargaining Agreements

    As of January 2021, the following collective bargaining units have exclusive representation:

    *NEW* Collective Bargaining Agreements are linked

    Unit A, E, F, I - AFSCME  *NEW* 

    Unit G - NPU 

    Unit H - NSLEOA *NEW*

    Unit K - BBFA  *NEW*

     

    Labor Relations Unit (LRU)

    The Labor Relations Unit is responsible for providing expert consultation to employees, employee representatives, agency representatives and agency management in the area of collective bargaining and contract application.

    The goal of the Labor Relations Unit is to promote the development and growth of collaborative labor-management relationships and to provide accurate and comprehensive guidance that will empower agency management to make informed decisions as labor challenges arise.

    The LRU provides expert advice, technical guidance, training, and policy support to the agencies concerning labor-management and labor relations matters arising within the collective bargaining units.

    The primary objective of the LRU is to maintain a positive labor-management relationship, and to successfully negotiate labor agreements while applying an appropriate interpretation of the agreements

      Training

       *NEW*

      The LRU team will be reaching out to Department/Division HR and Leadership teams to set up time to go over each CBA and to answer any questions.  Please feel free to contact the LRU team if you would like to set up a contract review for front line supervisors or Department leadership.

       

       

        Collective Bargaining Units (CBU)

        State of Nevada job titles have been broken into 11 separate collective bargaining units (CBU). A bargaining unit is composed of positions/titles of similar interests and are recognized by both the State and a Union who has been designated as an exclusive representative to negotiate matters involving employment issues. These units are fluid and may change during the collective bargaining process.  If you have questions about a certain job title or CBU, please contact the DHRM LRUTeam.

          

        Bargaining Unit, A

        Labor, maintenance, custodial and institutional employees, including, without limitation, employees of penal and correctional institutions who are not responsible for security at those institutions.

        Bargaining Unit, B

        Administrative and clerical employees, including, without limitation, employees whose work involves general office work, or keeping or examining records and accounts.

        Bargaining Unit, C

        Technical aides to professional employees, including without limitation, computer programmers, tax examiners, conservation employees and regulatory inspectors.

        Bargaining Unit, D

        Professional employees who do not provide health care, including without limitation, engineers, scientists, and accountants.

        Bargaining Unit, E

        Professional employees who provide health care, including without limitation, physical therapists and other employees in medical and other professions related to health.

        Bargaining Unit, F

        Employees, other than professional employees, who provide health care and personal care, including, without limitation, employees who provide care for children.

        Bargaining Unit, G

        Category I peace officers

        Bargaining Unit, H

        Category II peace officers

        Bargaining Unit, I

        Category III peace officers

        Bargaining Unit, J

        Supervisory employees from all occupational groups

        Bargaining Unit, K

        Firefighters

        Units  ineligible for 

        Collective Bargaining

        Managerial & Confidential