EMPLOYER REFUSAL TO BARGAIN IN GOOD FAITH; REFUSAL TO BARGAIN IN GOOD FAITH (FOR SPECIFIC SUBJECTS, SEE SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION, SEC 1000) – Decision vs Effects Bargaining
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601.03000 – Decision vs Effects Bargaining
* * * OVERRULED IN PART by Trustees of California State University (2012) PERB Decision No. 2287-H, where the Board held that a demand to bargain only needs to identify potential prospective effects, not actual effects, and by County of Sacramento (2013) PERB Decision No. 2315-M, where the Board held that a request to bargain need not identify specific effects. * * *
District had no duty to bargain over decision to adopt policy requiring teachers to return student examinations upon parent request but did have duty to bargain over any reasonably foreseeable effects of policy on subjects within scope of representation. Charge failed to allege facts establishing that policy had negotiable effect on teachers’ work hours.