All notes for Subtopic 1000.02151 – Use of District Facilities, Equipment

DecisionDescriptionPERC Vol.PERC IndexDate
1926H Trustees of the California State University
1000.2151: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Use of District Facilities, Equipment
The decision to implement a computer policy is within CSU’s exercise of managerial prerogative because computer policies are necessary for CSU to provide its educational mission. “Computing resources support virtually every facet of [CSU’s] operations, including student admissions, registration, advisement, instruction, health care services, library services, research, communications, fund-raising, business and finance, plant operations, human resources, and public safety.” Additionally, computer networks are constantly under attack from viruses and worms which have the potential to take down an entire computer network thereby preventing CSU from providing its educational mission. more or view all topics or full text.
3115210/31/07
1501E Los Angeles Unified School District
1000.2151: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Use of District Facilities, Equipment
An employee’s use of an employer’s vehicle for commuting to and from home is a mandatory subject of bargaining. more or view all topics or full text.
27410/31/02
1507H Trustees of the California State University
1000.2151: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Use of District Facilities, Equipment
Under the Anaheim test, CSU’s computer usage policies established new grounds for discipline against employees who violate their provisions and so are within the scope of representation. Such policies are subject to negotiation both as to the criteria for discipline and as to the procedure to be followed. CSU’s computer usage policies affect matters within the scope of representation as they pertain to APC’s use of CSU e-mail to communicate with employees. Computer resources, telephones and fax machines comprise “reasonable” means of access in a large academic institution and reasonable access rights are negotiable. Govt. Code section 8314 does not prohibit personal use of computer, telephone and fax equipment; rather, it prohibits use for personal purposes but excludes from that prohibition occasional, incidental or minimal use for personal purposes. more or view all topics or full text.
272601/08/03
0973E West Covina Unified School District
1000.2151: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Use of District Facilities, Equipment
It is necessary to take a cautious approach on the subject of home-garaging district vehicles by requiring that the facts of each situation be evaluated on a case-by-case basis to determine whether the home-garaging of district vehicles is a negotiable subject; p. 13. more or view all topics or full text.
172404202/09/93
0474E Davis Joint Unified School District
1000.2151: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Use of District Facilities, Equipment
Bad faith bargaining by District found where it refused to bargain over Association Rights Clause, which included provisions for use of District facilities, equipment, right to access to bulletin boards and mail system, transfer nonconfidential information and giving the Association the school board agenda; pp. 28-31. more or view all topics or full text.
91604512/31/84