EMPLOYER REFUSAL TO BARGAIN IN GOOD FAITH; REFUSAL TO PROVIDE INFORMATION – Form of Information Provided; Costs
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604.03000 – Form of Information Provided; Costs
Fact that information may not have been conveniently available in a form that would accommodate both the interest of the association and the district does not automatically render association's request unduly burdensome nor relieve district of duty to provide it; p. 56. Employer may not simply present information in any form which it considers adequate but which is, nonetheless, unsuitable for informed consideration by the union; p. 56. Leave requests were not type of confidential employee records that would be exempt from disclosure. District could have accommodated association's need by deleting identifying information from request forms before giving it to association or by supplying information in form that would have made it equally useful to association; p. 55. Fact that district had only an inaccurate copy of contract requested by association did not excuse district's refusal to provide the Fact that district had only an inaccurate copy of contract requested by association did not excuse district's refusal to provide the information it sought; p. 69.