Contract Information

"Protecting Vital Public Services for Residents and Businesses"

CAPE is the certified bargaining unit representative for the employees of six Los Angeles County bargaining units and one County Sanitation Districts' bargaining unit.  CAPE is statutorily authorized under state and federal law to represent the combined interests of more than 2,700 employees.

All CAPE contract negotiations are conducted by a process known as collective bargaining, a type of negotiation used by employees and employers to work together to  ensure the continuation of vital public services.  Collective bargaining allows the employees to speak with management in a united voice regarding their important workplace rights and the terms and conditions of their employment.  Management also benefits because contract agreements set out clear expectations for both sides.

2015 CAPE Negotiations Team Roster (download pdf)

Salary Inequity Seminar (download pdf)

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