Legislative Commission on Employee Relations
Function: Prior to the commencement of collective bargaining activities with state employees, the commission shall conduct hearings at which public employees, representatives of public employees and the commissioner of personnel (later Employee Relations) shall be allowed to testify as to their beginning negotiating positions.
In 1979 Minn. Laws Chap. 332, the Legislative Commission on Employee Relations was established. The commission consisted of six members of the senate and six members of the house of representatives.
The 1995 Legislature, as part of the Government Reform bill (1995 Minn Laws Chap. 248 Art. 2 Sec. 6 Subd. 3), abolished the Legislative Commission on Employee Relations, and transferred its duties to the Legislative Coordinating Commission.
6 senators, 6 representatives
See Legislative Coordinating Commission Joint Subcommittee on Employee Relations--a temporary sub-committee established to carry out the responsibilities formerly handled by the LCER.
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