All notes for Subtopic 101.04000 – Statutues in Other Jurisdictions
|Decision||Description||PERC Vol.||PERC Index||Date|
|A452E|| Fairfield Unified School District|
101.04000: PERB: OPERATION, JURISDICTION, AUTHORITY; APPLICABILITY OF AND CONFLICTS WITH OTHER STATUTES; Statutues in Other JurisdictionsThe Board denied an appeal from an administrative determination which denied a severance petition that sought to sever speech-language pathologists from a school district’s other certificated employees, based on societal changes that have occurred in special education and speech-pathology. The community of interest among certificated employees is implicit in the statutory guidelines used for evaluating all certificated personnel, as set forth in the Stull Act, Education Code Article 5.5, sections 13485 through 13490, which are not used for evaluating classified personnel. (p. 4.) Additionally, the distinction between certificated and classified personnel in public education is not simply a standard imposed by PERB Regulations and decisional law, but a statutory distinction set forth in EERA and the Education Code, which, in the absence of legislative action, PERB is not authorized to ignore. (pp. 3-5.) more or view all topics or full text.
|A437H|| Regents of the University of California and Teamsters Clerical, Local 2010 (Polk)|
101.04000: PERB: OPERATION, JURISDICTION, AUTHORITY; APPLICABILITY OF AND CONFLICTS WITH OTHER STATUTES; Statutues in Other JurisdictionsPERB is a public entity which must make reasonable modifications in policies, practices, or procedures to accommodate individuals with disabilities, unless it can be demonstrated that making such modifications would result in undue financial and administrative burdens or would fundamentally alter the nature of the service, program, or activity offered. While charging party provided PERB’s Appeals Office with documentation of her medical impairments or conditions and restrictions, that documentation did not explain how granting a fifth extension of time (which extended beyond her return-to-work dates on previous medical releases) would enable her to complete the appeals process, given that the previous four extensions of time granted by PERB had not been sufficient to enable her to complete and file an appeal from dismissal of her unfair practice charges. For this reason, PERB was unable to assess the reasonableness of granting the charging party’s request for another extension of time and denied her appeal from the Appeals Assistant’s administrative determination. more or view all topics or full text.
|2223E|| Baldwin Park Education Association (Hayek, et al.)|
101.04000: PERB: OPERATION, JURISDICTION, AUTHORITY; APPLICABILITY OF AND CONFLICTS WITH OTHER STATUTES; Statutues in Other JurisdictionsPERB has no jurisdiction over employment-related discrimination claims enforced by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing; PERB’s jurisdiction under EERA section 3543.6, subdivision (b), is limited, in pertinent part, to discrimination that occurs not on account of an employer’s age or marital status but on account of an employee’s exercise of rights under the collective bargaining statute. more or view all topics or full text.
|2166M|| Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles||35||49||02/25/11|
|2016E|| Compton Unified School District||33||67||04/01/09|
|1701E|| Options for Youth-Victor Valley, Inc.||29||4||11/05/04|
|1624E|| Antelope Valley College Federation of Teachers (Stryker)||28||146||04/28/04|
|1581M|| County of Sacramento||28||57||01/09/04|
|1448E|| California School Employees Association, Chapter 245 (Waymire)||25||32088||06/25/01|
|0335E|| Los Angeles Unified School District||7||14227||08/18/83|