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Fairfax County Code, Section 3-1-17
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Friday, October 30, 2020
As a result of the current health crisis, in-depth, plan-specific education will be available virtually during September and October, offering participants a more thorough understanding of each plan prior to Open Enrollment.
All virtual sessions will offer plan details and Q&As to help you make the best choices for you and your family. Registration is not required. Workshop descriptions and information on how to access workshops can be found on Employee U or the Benefits Page of FairfaxNet.
Fairfax County Code:
Section 3-1-17. - Employees advisory council; members; duties.
There shall be an Employees Advisory Council to provide a continuing medium through which all employees in the competitive service may contribute their advice and suggestions for the improvements of a career merit system and other aspects of the administration of the government of Fairfax County. Rules for election of Council members and the Council's by-laws shall be subject to approval of the Civil Service Commission.
In addition to conferring with the Human Resources Director and the County Executive, and the Commission, the Employees Advisory Council may undertake to sponsor such voluntary recreational, welfare, educational and related activities as will contribute to employee well-being and to building harmonious and effective relations among all employees of Fairfax County and their families. (7-87-3; 26-98-3; 35-05-3.)
The Employees Advisory Council (EAC) was established by the Fairfax County Merit System Ordinance to provide a continuing medium through which all employees in the competitive service with Fairfax County Government, may contribute their advice and suggestions for the improvement of the career merit system and other aspects of the government of Fairfax County.
The County EAC regularly confers with the Human Resources Director, the County Executive, and the Civil Service Commission. It sponsors voluntary recreational, welfare, educational and related activities to contribute to employee well-being and to build harmonious relations among employees of Fairfax County and their families.