All notes for Subtopic 503.10000 – Wages, Bonuses, Incentives; Severance Pay

DecisionDescriptionPERC Vol.PERC IndexDate
1680S State of California (State Personnel Board)
503.10000: EMPLOYER DISCRIMINATION; ADVERSE ACTIONS; Wages, Bonuses, Incentives; Severance Pay
PERB has recognized that it is an unfair practice for an employer to prosecute a baseless lawsuit with the intent of retaliating against employees for their exercise of protected rights. In these cases, the lawsuit must be both objectively baseless and subjectively motivated by an unlawful purpose. more or view all topics or full text.
2822408/20/04

503.10000: EMPLOYER DISCRIMINATION; ADVERSE ACTIONS; Wages, Bonuses, Incentives; Severance Pay
City violated the MMBA by adopting a retroactivity plan for Association represented employees that was less favorable than the plan adopted for other employees because the Association had utilized the City's impasse procedures. more or view all topics or full text.

503.10000: EMPLOYER DISCRIMINATION; ADVERSE ACTIONS; Wages, Bonuses, Incentives; Severance Pay
City plan to provide an additional three percent of the monthly salary to nonorganized management employees but with hold it from management employees who had joined an employee organization was discriminatory and violated section 3506 of the MMBA. more or view all topics or full text.
1188H Regents of the University of California (University Professional and Technical Employees)
503.10000: EMPLOYER DISCRIMINATION; ADVERSE ACTIONS; Wages, Bonuses, Incentives; Severance Pay
Denying a salary increase if employees choose an exclusive representative constitutes adverse action; p. 28. more or view all topics or full text.
212806703/19/97
0641H California State University, Long Beach
503.10000: EMPLOYER DISCRIMINATION; ADVERSE ACTIONS; Wages, Bonuses, Incentives; Severance Pay
Adverse actions (denial of merit salary adjustment, bad evaluation, refusal to alter work assignment, and imposition of involuntary disability leave) against an employee were taken because of dissatisfaction with her (employee's) work, displeasure with her resistance to accepting directions and criticism from supervisors, and the desire of the supervisors to conduct the program according to their own judgments. Adverse actions were not due to Charging Party invoking aid of union. more or view all topics or full text.
121900612/11/87