All notes for Subtopic 803.07000 – Dues Deduction/Check Off
| Office and Professional Employees International Union, Local 29, AFL-CIO and Central Labor Councils (Fowles)
803.07000: UNION UNFAIR PRACTICES; UNION SECURITY; AGENCY/FAIR SHARE FEE; DUES DEDUCTION/CHECK OFF; Dues Deduction/Check OffAllegations that employee did not receive notice of her right not to become a union member, and that notice she did receive was inadequate to apprise her of her rights because union misrepresented that she was required to join union and pay full union dues as a condition of employment and failed to inform her of her rights to become an agency fee payer and to pay a reduced fee, states a prima facie violation of the MMBA and PERB Regulation 32992. more or view all topics or full text.
| Service Employees International Union Local 1000 (Slotterbeck)
803.07000: UNION UNFAIR PRACTICES; UNION SECURITY; AGENCY/FAIR SHARE FEE; DUES DEDUCTION/CHECK OFF; Dues Deduction/Check OffAllegations that union failed to honor non-member’s request to pay reduced fair share fee for two prior fiscal years were untimely because non-member knew, or should have known, when he received his first paycheck of each fiscal year that the union had not honored his request; the deduction of the full fair share fee on each subsequent paycheck did not extend the six-month statute of limitations under the continuing violation doctrine. Charge did not allege facts showing that the union failed to honor the non-member’s request to pay a reduced fair share fee in the current fiscal year. Non-member lacked standing to allege that the union improperly calculated the fair share fee because the non-member did not allege that he exhausted the union’s internal procedure for challenging the fee calculation, as required by PERB Regulation 32994(a). more or view all topics or full text.
| Los Angeles City and County School Employees Union, Local 99 (Grove)
803.07000: UNION UNFAIR PRACTICES; UNION SECURITY; AGENCY/FAIR SHARE FEE; DUES DEDUCTION/CHECK OFF; Dues Deduction/Check OffThe six-month statute of limitations was not extended under the continuing violation doctrine each time an employee’s union dues were deducted from the employee’s paycheck. The Board lacks jurisdiction to consider an employee’s claim that the union’s failure to immediately reduce his union dues upon resignation from union membership violated his constitutional right to resign from union membership. more or view all topics or full text.
| Davis Teachers Association (Carlson)
| State of California (Department of Personnel Administration)
| Pleasant Valley Elementary School District
| Simi Valley Educators Association (Ake) (Pringle)
| King City High School District Association, et al. (Cumero)