California Government Code Chapter 2 - Transitional Provisions

  • Section 110004.
    It is the intent of the Legislature to stabilize the labor and employment relations of individual providers in order to provide continuity of care and...
  • Section 110005.
    For the purposes of this title, the county implementation date is defined in subdivision (a) of Section 12300.7 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.(Added by...
  • Section 110006.
    For purposes of collective bargaining, and as expressly set forth in subdivision (d) of Section 110003, the Statewide Authority is deemed to be the employer...
  • Section 110007.
    Individual providers employed by any predecessor agency as of the county implementation date shall retain employee status and shall not be required by the Statewide...
  • Section 110008.
    On the county implementation date, separate bargaining units shall be created consistent with the bargaining units that have been recognized by predecessor agencies. Bargaining units...
  • Section 110009.
    If, on the county implementation date, individual providers are represented by a recognized employee organization, the Statewide Authority shall be deemed the successor employer of...
  • Section 110010.
    Negotiations between the Statewide Authority and recognized employee organizations shall be conducted only in the following manner:(a) As of July 1, 2012, all recognized employee...
  • Section 110011.
    (a) Except as otherwise expressly provided in this title, the enactment of this title shall not be a cause for the employer or any predecessor...
  • Section 110012.
    If the Statewide Authority and the recognized employee organization negotiate changes to locally administered health benefits for individual providers, the Statewide Authority shall give 90...

Last modified: September 9, 2016