All notes for Subtopic 406.01000 – In General
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406.01000: EMPLOYER INTERFERENCE, RESTRAINT, COERCION; INTERFERENCE WITH STRIKES AND PICKETING: LOCKOUTS; In GeneralA California public sector employer cannot lockout or permanently replace its employees. (Fremont Unified School District (1990) 29 PERB Order No. IR-54, pp. 10-11.) more or view all topics or full text.
City and County of San Francisco|
406.01000: EMPLOYER INTERFERENCE, RESTRAINT, COERCION; INTERFERENCE WITH STRIKES AND PICKETING: LOCKOUTS; In GeneralLocal rule requiring dismissal of employees who refused to cross a picket line, and memorandum referring to this rule, were inherently destructive of employee rights to engage in a sympathy strike. more or view all topics or full text.
Fresno County In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority|
406.01000: EMPLOYER INTERFERENCE, RESTRAINT, COERCION; INTERFERENCE WITH STRIKES AND PICKETING: LOCKOUTS; In GeneralThe right to strike is fundamental to the statutory scheme of collective bargaining between equal partners. In the absence of some means of equalizing the parties’ respective bargaining positions, such as a credible strike threat, both sides are less likely to bargain in good faith, which, in turn, leads to unsatisfactory and acrimonious labor relations and ironically to more and longer strikes. Strikes by public employees are not illegal, unless statutorily prohibited, or unless there has been a clear showing that the strike poses a substantial and imminent threat to public health and safety. Strikes and strike-related conduct may also be statutorily protected by the MMBA and other California public-sector labor relations statutes. An employer may not impose terms that waive or limit this right. The Board overruled Compton Unified School District (1987) PERB Order No. IR-50 to the extent that it holds there is no statutory right to strike in protest of an employer’s unfair practices. more or view all topics or full text.
Santee Elementary School District||30||72||02/22/06|
Hilmar Unified School District||29||35||12/15/04|
San Marcos Unified School District||27||27||01/16/03|