All notes for Subtopic 301.10000 – Notice of Intent to Strike
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Regents of the University of California (American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Local 3299 and University Professional and Technical Employees Communication Workers of America Local 9119)|
301.10000: UNFAIR PRACTICE ISSUES; STRIKES, SLOWDOWNS AND WORK STOPPAGES; Notice of Intent to StrikeThe Unions gave ample notice of their intent to strike, thus enabling the University to prepare continuity plans well in advance of each walkout. While such notice is not statutorily required, the fact that the Unions gave more than 10-days’ notice for each strike indicates that they did not convert their protected activities into an unlawful pressure tactic. At the very least, this advance notice was completely inconsistent with the notion that these were “‘hit and run’ strikes engaged in as part of a planned strategy intended ‘to harass the company into a state of confusion[.]’” [Citation.] (p. 9.) more or view all topics or full text.
San Ramon Valley Unified School District|
301.10000: UNFAIR PRACTICE ISSUES; STRIKES, SLOWDOWNS AND WORK STOPPAGES; Notice of Intent to StrikeBoard finds the surprise nature of strikes constitutes an unlawful pressure tactic warranting injunctive relief; p. 13. Board orders General Counsel to seek injunctive relief against association requiring it to give adequate notice to district before engaging in a work stoppage; p. 16. more or view all topics or full text.