Decision 2545E – Alliance College-Ready Public Schools, et al.

LA-CE-6025-E & LA-CE-6027-E

Decision Date: December 28, 2017

Decision Type: PERB Decision

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Perc Vol: 42
Perc Index: 76

Decision Headnotes

201.00000 – PARTIES; DEFINITIONS; WHO IS AN EMPLOYER?
201.01000 – In General

The Board cannot obtain jurisdiction over a private entity that does not fall within the definition of “employer” under the applicable statute by finding that entity to be part of a “single employer” relationship with an entity over which the Board does have jurisdiction.

201.00000 – PARTIES; DEFINITIONS; WHO IS AN EMPLOYER?
201.04000 – Joint, Single or Dual Employers

The Board cannot obtain jurisdiction over a private entity that does not fall within the definition of “employer” under the applicable statute by finding that entity to be part of a “single employer” relationship with an entity over which the Board does have jurisdiction.

1107.00000 – CASE PROCESSING PROCEDURES;PROCEDURES BEFORE THE BOARD
1107.04000 – Unalleged Violations

The unalleged violation test was not met with respect to new theories of liability first raised in charging party’s response to cross-exceptions.

1205.00000 – REMEDIES FOR UNFAIR PRACTICES; MISCELLANEOUS REMEDIAL PROVISIONS
1205.03000 – Notices; Posting, Reading, and Mailing

The reading of a notice by a respondent is an “extraordinary” or “special” remedy that will be imposed only where required by the particular circumstances of a case, which may include when the violations are egregious or repeated, or when there are low levels of literacy among employees.

1205.00000 – REMEDIES FOR UNFAIR PRACTICES; MISCELLANEOUS REMEDIAL PROVISIONS
1205.10000 – Other Affirmative Relief

Ordering a respondent to provide a list of its employees to the charging party is an extraordinary remedy, typically reserved for egregious violations.