Employee and Labor Relations Division

301 W. Preston Street, Suite 607
Baltimore, MD 21201

ELRD Mission Statement

The Employee and Labor Relations Division provides services addressing work disputes which affect the employment relationship of workers in Maryland State Government.

Our services include: conducting settlement conferences, mediating employee disputes, administering the Employee Assistance Program, and providing guidance to management on leave, performance evaluation, and collective bargaining issues. Our purpose is to promote the efficient functioning of State government so that its performance meets the high expectations of the citizens of Maryland.

ELRD Vision Statement

In dealing with the employment relationship issues, the Employee and Labor Relations Division acts with equity and fairness. We will establish ourselves as a knowledgeable and reliable source of information and services that State employees prefer to use in resolving employment matters.

Heinrich J. Losemann, Jr.
Director Employee and Labor Relations Division
410-767-4717
rick.losemann@maryland.gov
Fatima Wallace
Administrative Support
410-767-4717
fatima.wallace@maryland.gov
James Fox
Settlement Conference Coordinator
EAP Coordinator
410-767-5846
james.fox@maryland.gov
Brent Tracy
Settlement Officer
410-767-4953
Brent.Tracy@maryland.gov 
Joseph Horvath
Employee and Labor Relations Officer
410-767-1314
Joseph.Horvath@maryland.gov
Lauren Tabackman
Employee and Labor Relations Officer​
410-767-1011
Lauren.Tabackman2@maryland.gov​
Vacant
Training Coordinator/Settlement Officer
410-767-4838

Thomas J. Reardon
State Social Security Administrator
410-767-4773
tj.reardon@maryland.gov
​Vacant
Employee and Labor Relations Officer
​410-767-4549
TTY  1-800-735-2258 or
7-1-1 in Maryland
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