RESOURCES

STATE PERSONEL BOARDwww.spb.ca.gov
Established by the State Constitution, the State Personnel Board (SPB) is charged with overseeing the merit-based, job-related recruitment and selection process for the hiring of state employees who provide critical services to the citizens of California. SPB provides direction to departments through simplifying civil service laws, rules, and policy. In addition, SPB audits departments for merit system compliance.

SPB also investigates and adjudicates alleged violations of civil service law which are filed by employees, applicants, and members of the public.

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCESwww.calhr.ca.gov
The California Department of Human Resources (CalHR) is the California government agency responsible for human resource management of state employees, including issues related to salaries and benefits, job classifications, training, and recruitment. It is part of the Government Operations Agency.

DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATIONwww.dor.ca.gov
The California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) is an employment and independent living resource for people with disabilities

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE – CIVIL RIGHTSwww.oag.ca.gov
The Civil Rights Enforcement Section is committed to the strong and vigorous enforcement of federal and state civil rights laws. The Section addresses a broad array of civil rights issues, including, but not limited to:

  • Discrimination by business establishments, including discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, ancestry, national origin, disability, medical condition, genetic information, sexual orientation, citizenship, primary language, immigration status, and other protected classifications
  • Disability Access Rights
  • Employment and Housing Discrimination

About ACSED Team

Association of California State Employees with Disabilities: Action and Equality for Employees with Disabilities - founded in 1976. The organization still exists and is among the leaders in advocacy in state government for employees with disabilities.
This entry was posted in QuickNews. Bookmark the permalink.
Show Buttons
Hide Buttons
Skip to content