Lead Work vs. Supervision
What is HEERA and how does it define a "designated manager"?
- Higher Education Employer-Employee Relations Act (HEERA ) is California State law, which defines responsibilities of a manager. A HEERA manager is called many other names too: Administrators, MPP’s(Management Personnel Plan), or Non-bargaining Unit Administrators, yet they all mean the same.
- An MPP defined is in Title 5 Article 2.2 of the California Code of Regulations and spells out employment rights, benefits and the conditions where employees are designated as "management" or "supervisory" who become HEERA managers.
- HEERA gives MPP’s the authority to take employment actions such as to: hire, discipline, finalize performance evaluations, submit in-range/classifications, etc.
- Managers retain the right to assign duties.
What is the difference between Lead Work Direction and Supervision?
The rights and responsibilities of managers/supervisors and work leads are different and examples are below:
|Work lead Direction includes:||Managing /Supervision Responsibilities include:|
Definitions noted in the Higher Education Employer-Employee Relations Act (HEERA) (California State Government Code 3580.3)