All notes for Subtopic 1000.02053 – Financial Proposals
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Anaheim Union High School District|
1000.2053: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Financial ProposalsBecause the parties’ discussions concerned mandatory subjects, including the number and identify of employees to be laid off, and the wages and hours of remaining employees, the Board dismissed the charging party’s allegation that the employer had unlawfully insisted to impasse on a permissive subject of bargaining by proposing various economic concessions within the framework of alternative shorter and longer lists of employees to be laid off. Although an employer’s decision to layoff is not subject to bargaining, the negotiable effects of that decision include the timing, number and identity of employees to be laid off. Additionally, alternatives to layoffs, including furloughs, reductions in employee hours or other concessions in pay or benefits, are negotiable because they necessarily affect enumerated subjects, including wages and hours. (pp. 10-11.) more or view all topics or full text.
Laguna Salada Union School District|
1000.2053: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Financial ProposalsThe methodology used in making wage payments or adjustments to wages, how and when employees are paid, is a matter within the scope of representation; p. 11, 13. more or view all topics or full text.