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California Public Sector Labor Relations brings you the authoritative, comprehensive guidance you need to answer most any question related to public sector labor relations in California in one convenient resource. This comprehensive treatise provides labor attorneys, public sector employee organizations, public sector human resource personnel, and state and local public agency managers with an expert analysis of the statutes, case law, regulations, procedure, and agency decisions -- including PERB -- governing public sector labor relations in California. This single volume offers broad coverage of the employer-employee relationship at all levels: state and local government, public school, community college, and state university. It also provides detailed information on:
• Collective bargaining and organizational rights of public employees
• The public employer's duty to bargain
• The rights and duties of public employee unions
• Strikes and other concerted activities
• Enforcement of public sector collective bargaining agreements
• Enforcement of public sector labor laws by PERB
• Discipline, discharge and layoffs
California Public Sector Labor Relations gives practitioners a wealth of insight and expertise accumulated from over 60 authors and editors. This essential work also includes up-to-date integration of case law and statutory developments, and close tracking of regulatory developments.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Historical Development of California's Public Sector Labor Relations Law
Chapter 2 Overview of Public Sector Labor Relations Statutes
Chapter 3 Employers, Employees, and Organizations Covered by the Labor Relations Statutes
Chapter 4 Recognition and Representation
Chapter 5 Labor Relations in Transit Districts
Chapter 6 Duty to Bargain
Chapter 7 Employer’s Duty to Provide Information
Chapter 8 Scope of Bargaining
Chapter 9 Public Notice
Chapter 10 Impasse Resolution
Chapter 11 Strikes and Concerted Activities
Chapter 12 Employer Responses to Strikes and Concerted Activities
Chapter 13 Protected Employee Rights and Activities Under Public Sector Labor Relations Statutes
Chapter 14 Employee Organization Rights
Chapter 15 Organizational Security and Financial Disclosure
Chapter 16 The Duty of Fair Representation
Chapter 17 Enforcing Public Sector Labor Agreements
Chapter 18 PERB’s Jurisdiction
Chapter 19 Accommodating the Arbitration Process: Limits on PERB’s Jurisdiction
Chapter 20 Practice and Procedure in PERB Unfair Practice Cases
Chapter 21 PERB Orders and Remedies
Chapter 22 Judicial Review and Enforcement of PERB Orders
Table of Cases
Table of Agency Decisions
Table of Statutes