Welcome to the Santa Monica College
Office of Human Resources's
Employee & Labor Relations
Mission of the Office of Human Resources
It is the mission of the Office of Human Resources to provide an optimal work environment for high productivity, continuous improvement and supreme customer service. Our Office also works with college staff to ensure compliance with all Federal, state, and local laws pertaining to personnel matters, including equal employment opportunity.
These pages focus on the following:
Most employees at SMC are represented by collective bargaining units: faculty members are represented by the Faculty Association (FA), classified staff members are represented by the California School Employees Association (CSEA), and campus police are represented by Santa Monica College Police Officers' Association.
Please go to the Employee & Labor Relations page for more information regarding the laws, regulations, and contracts that govern SMC’s relations with its unions and employees.
IN THE WORKPLACE
SMC is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity. SMC is committed to providing an equal opportunity for employment regardless of race, religious creed, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, marital status, medical condition, or disability in accordance with Federal, state, and local regulations.
Please go to the Equal Opportunity in the Workplace page for more information, including information about how to make a complaint regarding alleged lack of equal opportunity, unlawful discrimination, or sexual harassment in the workplace at SMC.
For more information regarding SMC’s commitment to preventing and addressing unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace, please go to the Equal Opportunity in the Workplace page, which also has information about how to make a complaint regarding alleged lack of equal opportunity, unlawful discrimination, or sexual harassment in the workplace at SMC.
SMC prohibits workplace and campus violence and strongly promotes civility in the workplace. SMC is committed to maintaining a safe, collegial environment in which fear, intimidation and bullying will not be tolerated. Treating others with civility and respect and refusing to perpetuate or tolerate bullying behavior are expected performance standards of administrators, management, faculty, staff, volunteers and students as well as vendors, independent contractors and visitors to the College.
Please go to the Workplace and Campus Violence page for more information, including information about how to make a complaint regarding alleged bullying, intimidation, or violence in the workplace, classroom, academic environment, or other part of the campus at SMC.
Please go to the Resources for Managers & Administrators page for more employee & labor relations related information and resources for SMC’s managers and administrators.
For additional information or if you have questions, please contact:
Sandy S. Chung, Assistant Director of Human Resources – firstname.lastname@example.org
Ribhalin Kharpuri Mukhim, H.R. Analyst, Employee & Labor Relations – 310-434-4225/ email@example.com