Labor relations services
You are a vital employer in your community - and we're here to help!
It is our goal to assist districts and community colleges with development and improvement of systems and processes that better relationships with employees. We offer a variety of services to address your specific needs through workshops, regional meetings, bargaining support, contract analysis, classification studies, HR related guidance and analyses as well as arbitration representation.
We offer differing levels of bargaining support to include reviewing proposals, selecting the right type of bargaining for your district or college, support and guidance throughout the bargaining process, and providing negotiating services.
We'll take a closer look at your contract so you will be better prepared when you get to the bargaining table
When districts need assistance improving, developing or creating systems or processes to achieve better relationships with employees, we can help!
Making use of Employee Work Plans, conducting employee investigations and reviewing job descriptions as well as employee handbooks are all areas we can assist you with to make you a more effective and successful employer.
School Personnel Online Tools (SPOT)
The biggest gold mine of current, comprehensive, searchable human resource data on Oregon school labor contracts.
Salary and Benefits Analyzer (SaBa)
In five easy steps you can generate comparative salary and benefit information for Oregon school district and ESD licensed or classified staff. Updated throughout the year.
Information to assist you in developing or improving systems to achieve better relationships with employees.
Listing of OSBA staff with contact information, photos and biographies.
- Ask HR
- Oregon enacts law restricting employer access to employees' social media accounts
- What ethical and conflict of interest obligations do Board members have when they know and/or are related to someone who works for the district?
- We are filling a vacant board position. One of the applicants is related to a current board member. Can the current board member participate in the interviews, discussion and vote?
- Glossary of collective bargaining terms