Decision 1548E – Mark Twain Union Elementary School District

SA-CE-2014-E

Decision Date: September 26, 2003

Decision Type: PERB Decision

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Perc Vol: 27
Perc Index: 134

Decision Headnotes

1201.00000 – REMEDIES FOR UNFAIR PRACTICES; REINSTATEMENT; BACKPAY BENEFITS
1201.01000 – In General

Board found that District violated EERA by unilaterally increasing the hours of work. As a remedy, the Board ordered the District to make the teachers whole by providing compensatory time off. The Board further ordered the parties to negotiate over the manner in which the compensatory time off would be granted. In the absence of agreement between the parties, the Board authorized the award of backpay with interest.

1201.00000 – REMEDIES FOR UNFAIR PRACTICES; REINSTATEMENT; BACKPAY BENEFITS
1201.03000 – Back Pay; Interest

Board found that District violated EERA by unilaterally increasing the hours of work. As a remedy, the Board ordered the District to make the teachers whole by providing compensatory time off. The Board further ordered the parties to negotiate over the manner in which the compensatory time off would be granted. In the absence of agreement between the parties, the Board authorized the award of backpay with interest.

1201.00000 – REMEDIES FOR UNFAIR PRACTICES; REINSTATEMENT; BACKPAY BENEFITS
1201.08000 – Other

Board found that District violated EERA by unilaterally increasing the hours of work. As a remedy, the Board ordered the District to make the teachers whole by providing compensatory time off. The Board further ordered the parties to negotiate over the manner in which the compensatory time off would be granted. In the absence of agreement between the parties, the Board authorized the award of backpay with interest.

1205.00000 – REMEDIES FOR UNFAIR PRACTICES; MISCELLANEOUS REMEDIAL PROVISIONS
1205.01000 – In General

Board found that District violated EERA by unilaterally increasing the hours of work. As a remedy, the Board ordered the District to make the teachers whole by providing compensatory time off. The Board further ordered the parties to negotiate over the manner in which the compensatory time off would be granted. In the absence of agreement between the parties, the Board authorized the award of backpay with interest.