All notes for Subtopic 1000.02090 – Negotiations, Arrangements, and Procedures
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City of Arcadia|
1000.2090: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Negotiations, Arrangements, and ProceduresParties must bargain bilaterally regarding ground rules for negotiations in the same manner they must bargain in good faith about substantive terms or conditions of employment. This includes all format and timing issues relating to negotiations, including but not limited to when to commence negotiations, deadlines for phases of negotiations, topic sequences, the use of cooling off periods, and interest-based bargaining formats. more or view all topics or full text.
Redwoods Community College District|
1000.2090: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Negotiations, Arrangements, and ProceduresParties to a collective bargaining agreement are not prohibited from negotiating alternative methods to attempt to resolve disputes. However, if the agreed upon dispute resolution process is unsuccessful, the parties are prohibited from making a unilateral change in a negotiable subject or engaging in strike activities until they have completed the statutory impasse procedure set out in the EERA; p. 3. more or view all topics or full text.
Petaluma City Elementary School District/Joint Union High School District|
1000.2090: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Negotiations, Arrangements, and ProceduresBy enacting EERA section 3549.1, the Legislature intended that negotiations would be attended only by the parties’ representatives, absent an agreement or established practice to the contrary. To the extent a public school employer insists on a policy of excluding employee observers from negotiations, it was simply following the statutory default rule for negotiations, and not unlawfully refusing to meet and negotiate. more or view all topics or full text.