Resources by Employee Group

Learn about benefits, salaries and step placement, collective bargaining, and more for each of our employee groups.

At Los Rios, our employees fall into a few different types of employee groups based on whether they are full-time or part-time, what collective bargaining group they belong to, and so on. Select your employee group to find benefits information, collective bargaining agreements, salary schedules, job descriptions, and more.

Select Your Employee Group

Classified Employees

Classified Employees

Classified employees include full-time and part-time support staff (LRCEA), supervisors (LRSA), and service employees (SEIU).

Classified Employees

Certificated Employees

Certificated Employees

Certificated employees include full-time and part-time instructional employees and faculty represented by Los Rios College Federation of Teachers (LRCFT).

Certificated Employees

Management and Confidential Employees

Management and Confidential Employees

Management and confidential employees are those represented by Los Rios Management Association (LRMA).

LRMA Employees

Temporary Employees

Temporary Employees

Temporary employees include classified temporary staff, student workers (including federal work-study), and employees working under ESA/PEX agreements.

Temporary Employees

Retirees

Retirees

Resources for employees who have retired (or will soon retire) from Los Rios, including steps to retirement, forms, and benefits information.

Retirees

Required Compliance Training

New employees have 30 days from their hire date to complete the following training courses:

Available through Keenan SafeColleges

  • Discrimination Awareness in the Workplace
  • New Hire Orientation
  • Sexual Harassment: Policy and Prevention
  • Workplace Bullying: Awareness and Prevention
  • Workplace Violence
  • Bloodborne Pathogen*

Learn About Keenan SafeColleges

Available through Employee Self-Service

  • Title IX Mandatory Training on Violence Intervention & Prevention (Not Anymore)

Learn About Title IX Training

* This training is only required for employees who have occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials. Human Resources will notify you if you need to take this training.