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August 2019 Newsletter – Community College Districts

Avoiding Interference Charges: PERB Expands Prohibition Against “No-Contact” Directives In a recent decision, Lukkarila v. Claremont Unified School District, (July 10, 2019 PERB Decision No. 2654) the Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) affirmed and further expanded the scope for finding that a broad “no contact directive” interferes with the EERA protected rights of employees. During…

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August 2019 Newsletter – School Districts

Avoiding Interference Charges: PERB Expands Prohibition Against “No-Contact” Directives In a recent decision, Lukkarila v. Claremont Unified School District, (July 10, 2019 PERB Decision No. 2654) the Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) affirmed and further expanded the scope for finding that a broad “no contact directive” interferes with the EERA protected rights of employees. During…

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July 2018 Newsletter – School Districts

The Impact of Janus and California’s Legislative Reaction The last week of June saw two developments that may have an impact on continued labor relations with employee representatives. Supreme Court Rules “Agency Fees” Are Unconstitutional In a decision issued on Wednesday, June 27, 2018 (Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Council…

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May 2019 Newsletter – Community College Districts

Avoiding Interference Charges: Revisiting the No-Contact Directive In a recent decision, Zink v. San Diego Unified School District (Zink), March 22, 2019, the Public Employment Relations Board (PERB Decision No. 2634) has further established the permissible scope of employee directives during investigatory and disciplinary interviews. Following the decision in Perez v. Los Angeles Community College…

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May 2019 Newsletter – School Districts

Avoiding Interference Charges: Revisiting the No-Contact Directive In a recent decision, Zink v. San Diego Unified School District (Zink), March 22, 2019, the Public Employment Relations Board (PERB Decision No. 2634) has further established the permissible scope of employee directives during investigatory and disciplinary interviews. Following the decision in Perez v. Los Angeles Community College…