All notes for Subtopic 1000.02045 – Evaluations
|Decision||Description||PERC Vol.||PERC Index||Date|
County of Kern|
1000.2045: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; EvaluationsPerformance targets and performance evaluation scoring rubrics relate to employee performance standards and workload and are therefore within the scope of representation. (pp. 9-10.) more or view all topics or full text.
San Bernardino Community College District|
1000.2045: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; EvaluationsGPS surveillance of employees is within the scope of representation, as it is a type of information that may be utilized in evaluating and disciplining employees. more or view all topics or full text.
Los Angeles Unified School District|
1000.2045: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; EvaluationsThe Board’s precedents have broadly and liberally construed the duty to bargain over evaluation procedures, and have explicitly held that “procedures” under EERA section 3543.2(a) encompass evaluation criteria. The requirements of the Stull Act (Education Code section 44660 et seq.) do not remove evaluation criteria from the scope of representation. more or view all topics or full text.
City of Davis|
1000.2045: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; EvaluationsA performance improvement plan touches on two negotiable subjects—procedures for evaluation and disciplinary procedures. PERB has determined that both are within the scope of representation. Where employer introduces a performance improvement plan as a new disciplinary instrument or procedure, it must first negotiate with exclusive representative because a performance improvement plan threatens potential discipline and represents a change in the evaluation procedure, both matters within the scope of representation. more or view all topics or full text.
Rio Hondo Community College District|
1000.2045: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; EvaluationsAn employer decision to install security surveillance cameras in areas where employees work or take breaks has reasonably foreseeable effects on discipline and performance evaluations, both matters within the scope of representation. Such effects include, without limitation, disciplining and/or evaluating employees in reliance upon employee conduct observed or recorded by use of the surveillance cameras. Using surveillance cameras to monitor employees is of concern to employees and management, and may lead to disagreements over whether and how to use the video records of employee observations in evaluations or disciplinary proceedings. more or view all topics or full text.
State of California (Department of Corrections)|
1000.2045: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; EvaluationsThe State did not have a duty to negotiate about the decision to implement a new review process even though the decision impacted wages, hours and other terms and conditions of employment. When the right of the State to manage its operations and achieve its mission by providing constitutionally required health care for inmates in the California prison system is balanced against the benefits to be achieved under the duty to bargain the decision with the union, the balance tipped in favor of the State. more or view all topics or full text.
Trustees of the California State University (San Marcos)|
1000.2045: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; EvaluationsMerit systems and procedures for conducting employee evaluations are matters within the scope of representation. more or view all topics or full text.
Compton Community College District|
1000.2045: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; EvaluationsStudent grievance policy, which requires placement of material in employee's personnel file, negotiable on ground that it is a procedure for the evaluation of certificated employees and, thus, an enumerated subject of bargaining; pp. 3-4; pp. 24-25, proposed dec. more or view all topics or full text.
Modesto City Schools|
1000.2045: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; EvaluationsTeachers' evaluations are within scope of representation. more or view all topics or full text.