All notes for Subtopic 701.01000 – In General
| Clovis Unified School District
701.01000: EMPLOYER DOMINATION OR ASSISTANCE; DEFENSES; In GeneralA charging party union need not establish employer intent or actual diminution in its level of support in order to succeed in a charge under EERA section 3543.5, subdivision (d). The Board found that there was substantial information to suggest that the school district’s conduct has led to diminished support for the rival nonexclusive representative, thereby further supporting the conclusion that there is reasonable cause to believe the school district violated—and continued to violate—EERA section 3543.5, subdivision (d) by showing preference for one nonexclusive representative over the other. (p. 29.) more or view all topics or full text.
| Chula Vista Elementary School District
701.01000: EMPLOYER DOMINATION OR ASSISTANCE; DEFENSES; In GeneralUnfair practice charge alleging that the hiring of the union president by the school district for a management position interfered with the union’s internal activities by weakening the union and causing distrust among union members, and had a chilling effect on employees’ right to engage in protected activities, did not state a prima facie case of unlawful domination; charge did not set forth facts establishing that the school district was liable for the distrust or that its conduct tended to interfere with the internal activities of the union under EERA, section 35543, subdivision (d). more or view all topics or full text.
| County of Santa Cruz
701.01000: EMPLOYER DOMINATION OR ASSISTANCE; DEFENSES; In GeneralNo prima facie case where no facts are provided to indicate any attempt to interfere with internal union politics or sway favor away from exclusive representative. more or view all topics or full text.
| Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District
701.01000: EMPLOYER DOMINATION OR ASSISTANCE; DEFENSES; In GeneralDistrict’s letter to employees informing them of deficiencies in decertification petition and provision to employees of applicable rules and regulations governing decertification petitions do not constitute unlawful assistance. more or view all topics or full text.