EMPLOYER INTERFERENCE, RESTRAINT, COERCION, EMPLOYER CONDUCT AFFECTING ORGANIZING, UNION ACCESS; SOLICITATION, AND OTHER UNION RIGHTS – Access - Union Right
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401.04000 – Access – Union Right
Subsection 3568 establishes a presumptive right of access for employee organizations. Since no exceptions for national security facilities is set forth in the statute, the Board will not create one; pp. 13-14. A 48-hour notice rule for access to meeting facilities in the open areas of the Lab is unreasonably restrictive; p. 16. The requirement that employee organizations reimburse the University for the cost of escort services utilized pursuant to security regulations is an unreasonable, unjustified tax on the exercise of statutory rights of access; p. 16. Unwillingness of Regents to allow application for top security clearance for union representatives not an unreasonable restriction to organizational access because the screening procedure is costly and time-consuming and alternative sites are available for processing grievance and safety complaints; p. 19. time-consuming and alternative sites are available for processing grievance and safety complaints; p. 19.