Decision 2527S – State of California (Employment Development Department)
Decision Date: May 26, 2017
Decision Type: PERB Decision (Non-Precedential)
Description: Charging party alleged that the State violated the Dills Act in numerous ways when he was yelled at by a supervisor; his vehicle was vandalized; CHP failed to take a report of the vandalism; he had pay, vacation and benefit deficiencies; he endured treatment for refusing to sign a release form; CHP failed to render assistance to him the State ordered an air card device in his name; the State requested he share his Outlook calendar; he was unable to obtain an “employee position statement” from his manager; a manager refused to sign a timesheet; he was unable to join a leadership program; he was forced to take days off; he was demoted; and he experienced an issue applying for certain positions.
Disposition: The Office of the General Counsel dismissed the charge for failure to state a prima facie case, lack of standing, lack of jurisdiction, and timeliness. The Board affirmed the dismissal of the charge and adopted the warning and dismissal letters of the Office of the General Counsel.
Perc Vol: 41
Perc Index: 183