All notes for Subtopic 1000.02083 – Lunch Periods or Duties
|Decision||Description||PERC Vol.||PERC Index||Date|
|1149S|| State of California (Department of Corrections) (International Union of Operating Engineers)|
1000.02083: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Lunch Periods or DutiesEmployer change in past practice from employees eating their meal while working to a half hour unpaid lunch break is not an unlawful unilateral change when the change is consistent with the parties' collective bargaining agreement; p. 4; p. 3, warning letter. more or view all topics or full text.
|0414E|| Modesto City Schools and High School District|
1000.02083: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Lunch Periods or DutiesThe length of the lunch period falls directly within the statutorily enumerated subject of hours of work. It is not necessary to analyze the length of the lunch period under the test of matters "related to" an enumerated subject. more or view all topics or full text.
|0314E|| Marysville Joint Unified School District * * * OVERRULED IN PART by Culver City Employees Association v. City of Culver City (2020) PERB Decision No. 2731-M|
1000.02083: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Lunch Periods or Duties* * * OVERRULED IN PART by City of Culver City (2020) PERB Decision No. 2731-M, where the Board held that Marysville involved a contractual waiver defense to a unilateral change allegation, and that, contrary to suggestions in post-Marysville decisions, such a contractual waiver does not survive expiration of the collective bargaining agreement. * * *As clear and unambiguous language of collective bargaining agreement guaranteed employees a duty-free lunch period of no less than 30 minutes each day, District's decision to reduce lunch period to no more than 30 minutes was consistent with the contractual provision; p. 9. more or view all topics or full text.