California Government Code Chapter 4 - Labor Relations

  • Section 110018.
    No individual provider shall be subject to punitive action or denied promotion, or threatened with any such treatment, for the exercise of lawful action as...
  • Section 110019.
    (a) Notwithstanding Section 110002, any other provision of this title, or any other law, rule, or regulation, an agency shop agreement may be negotiated between...
  • Section 110020.
    (a) Nothing in this title shall affect the right of an employee to authorize a dues or service fees deduction from his or her salary...
  • Section 110021.
    If a predecessor agency is party to any memorandum of understanding or agreement with any bargaining unit that includes individual providers that contains an agency...
  • Section 110022.
    Recognized employee organizations shall have the right to represent their members in their employment relations with the employer. Employee organizations may establish reasonable restrictions regarding...
  • Section 110023.
    (a) The scope of representation shall include all matters relating to wages, benefits, and other terms and conditions of employment. The scope of representation shall...
  • Section 110024.
    (a) Except in cases of emergency as provided in this section, the Statewide Authority shall give reasonable written notice to each recognized employee organization affected...
  • Section 110025.
    (a) Consistent with Section 12300.5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, the Statewide Authority shall meet and confer in good faith regarding matters within the...
  • Section 110026.
    The Statewide Authority and employee organizations shall not interfere with, intimidate, restrain, coerce, or discriminate against employees because of the exercise of their rights under...
  • Section 110027.
    (a) The Statewide Authority shall grant exclusive recognition to employee organizations designated or selected pursuant to rules established by the board for employees of the...
  • Section 110028.
    If an agreement is reached by the representatives of the Statewide Authority and a recognized employee organization or recognized employee organizations, they shall jointly prepare...
  • Section 110029.
    (a) If, after a reasonable period of time, representatives of the Statewide Authority and the recognized employee organization fail to reach agreement, the dispute shall...
  • Section 110030.
    (a) If the parties are unable to effect settlement of the controversy within 30 days after the appointment of a mediator, the parties shall submit...
  • Section 110031.
    (a) If the dispute is not settled within 30 days after the appointment of the factfinding panel, or, upon agreement by both parties within a...
  • Section 110032.
    After the applicable mediation procedure has been exhausted, fact finding has been completed and made public, and no resolution has been reached by the parties,...
  • Section 110033.
    The Statewide Authority shall allow a reasonable number of representatives of recognized employee organizations reasonable time off without loss of compensation or other benefits when...
  • Section 110034.
    The Statewide Authority shall not do any of the following:(a) Impose or threaten to impose reprisals on individual providers, to discriminate or threaten to discriminate...
  • Section 110034.5.
    All of the following proceedings are exempt from the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act (Article 9 (commencing with Section 11120) of Chapter 1 of Part 1...
  • Section 110035.
    (a) The Statewide Authority may adopt reasonable rules and regulations for all of the following:(1) Registering employee organizations.(2) Determining the status of organizations and associations...
  • Section 110036.
    The provisions of this title are severable. If any provision of this title or its application is held invalid, that invalidity shall not affect other...

Last modified: September 9, 2016