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IMPORTANT, PLEASE NOTE:   House Bill 984 has gone into effect as of July 1, 2023. This bill, among other things, establishes a new Public Employee Relations Board (PERB, Board) which effectively takes the place/jurisdiction of the previous three Maryland Labor Relations Boards included in this website.  Governor Moore has appointed members to PERB–please click here to view the press release. The Board will develop and publish a new website to replace this site as soon as possible. Please note that PERB office phone numbers will remain the same as those for the prior Boards.

**A page with information about PERB and the Public Employee Relations Act has been created to assist in the transition to PERB jurisdiction. Please click HERE to be taken to that new page.

JOB OPPORTUNITY:  PERB is hiring Deputy Directors. To read about this position and submit application materials/resumes/references, please click here

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Welcome to the Maryland State Labor Relations Boards website.  Please follow the steps below to be sure you have reached the correct agency to address your concerns. If you have questions, contact us. You can also read a brief overview and history of the Boards here.

The Boards may provide training sessions to interested parties when new legislation is passed by the Maryland General Assembly that adds jurisdiction to any of the Boards, or when any of the Boards adopt new Regulations. Click here for recent training materials.


PERB EL 2024-01:  Anne Arundel Community College Part Time Faculty Unit
Election Petition
Intervenor Notice
Notice of Election
Sample Ballot

PERB – Public Meeting   September 27, 2023  12:00 p.m.
Virtual Format  – Link          – Agenda

Are you a State Government Employee or work in the public school system or one of the higher educational institutions linked to from here. If so follow yes, if no follow no.
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Is your job covered by collective bargaining for example a Union? This link will take you to a list of agencies that may be able to assist you.
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Have you tried to resolve your problem through your Union representative? See your Employee Policies and Procedures or contact your Human Resources Office for assistance.
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You may be able to file a complaint, select the appropriate board from the 3 above. Please contact your union representative for assistance.