On June 24th, the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. In a historic decision, the Court declared that the constitutional right to abortion, upheld for nearly a half-century, no longer exists. This leaves abortion rights to be determined by states unless the U.S. Congress acts to legislate federal protection for abortion.
We Value Your Feedback. Thanks to all of you who have already responded to the 2022 Employee Benefits Survey. If you have not yet participated, please take a few minutes to respond by June 30.
Courtesy of our Employee Assistance Program: Claremont EAP
May is Mental Health Awareness Month! Mental Health Month was established in 1949 to increase awareness of the importance of mental health and the impact it can have on our physical, emotional, and mental well-being. Mental health is essential for a person's overall health. Prevention works, treatment is effective, and people can recover from mental disorders and live full and productive lives.
The VTO Program Open Enrollment is open from May 2nd to June 2nd . VTO is an option for County employees who are looking to balance their work and personal/family demands.
County of San Mateo Deferred Compensation Plans
April has been recognized as Stress Awareness month since 1992. While stress is unavoidable for the vast majority, there are many ways to help prevent and manage it. Take a look at these tips for managing stress in your life.
Amended AFSCME Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Retiree Health October 3, 2021 – October 5, 2024 On February 22, 2022, the Board of Supervisors approved the Tentative Agreement amending the AFSCME MOU. This included the following summary of changes to sick leave accrual and retiree health benefits effective June 12, 2022:
YOUR BENEFITS, YOUR CHOICE. March 2022
YOUR BENEFITS, YOUR CHOICE.JANUARY 2022 Your County Benefits and Your Physical Health Resolutions Maintaining your physical health and achieving your fitness resolutions is key to overall great health.
The San Mateo County Arts Commission, which views the arts as an essential part of a healthy and vibrant community, champions policies and practices that promote social and cultural equity. We strive to promote inclusive and diverse programming and to ensure equitable access to arts and culture for all, with consideration for race, ability, sexual orientation, age, gender, economic status, and cultural background. We also commit to partnering with artists and arts organizations that represent and celebrate the diversity of our county, through the fair and equitable distribution of programmatic and financial support. Through these actions, arts are a vehicle for social change.