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June 2018 Newsletter – Community College Districts

Hitting Pause on a Classified Employees Probationary Period A recent decision in the California Fourth Appellate District has answered the question, “can our district extend the probationary period of a classified employee that was out on medical leave?” In Hernandez v. Rancho Santiago Community College Dist. (May 3 2018) 22 Cal.App.5th 1187, the court was…

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June 2018 Newsletter – School Districts

Hitting Pause on a Classified Employees Probationary Period A recent decision in the California Fourth Appellate District has answered the question, “can our district extend the probationary period of a classified employee that was out on medical leave?” In Hernandez v. Rancho Santiago Community College Dist. (May 3 2018) 22 Cal.App.5th 1187, the court was…

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May 2018 Newsletter – Community College Districts

The Future of Agency Fees: What Janus May Mean for Public Sector Bargaining In California, the agency fee is part and parcel of public employee collective bargaining. For example, the Educational Employment Relations Act (EERA) established a uniform system of collective bargaining for K-12 school districts and community college districts. (Govt. Code § 3540 et…

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May 2018 Newsletter – School Districts

The Future of Agency Fees: What Janus May Mean for Public Sector Bargaining In California, the agency fee is part and parcel of public employee collective bargaining. For example, the Educational Employment Relations Act (EERA) established a uniform system of collective bargaining for K-12 school districts and community college districts. (Govt. Code § 3540 et…