PERB Announces Advisory Committee Meeting In Glendale on February 28, 2013

The Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) has announced a meeting of its Advisory Committee to be held in Glendale on February 28, 2013 at 11 a.m.  (Click here for announcement.)  The location will be at PERB’s Glendale office at 700 N. Central Ave., 8th Floor.  (Note: The meeting will be held on the 8th Floor, not the 2nd floor where PERB’s main offices are located).

The scheduled agenda items are: 1) possible regulation changes concerning the conduct of elections by the State Mediation and Conciliation Service; 2) possible regulation changes concerning appeals of Board agent determinations on MMBA factfinding requests; and 3) the timing of regulation changes related to the enactment of the In-Home Supportive Services Employer-Employee Relations Act.  In addition there will be time for participants to ask questions and raise other issues.

This is the same agenda for PERB’s advisory committee meeting held on Sacramento on January 17, 2013.  So PERB appears to be providing stakeholders in Southern California an opportunity to chime in on these issues.

PERB has also placed on its website a second draft of the regulations to be discussed at the meeting.  (Click here.)  The second discussion draft appears to be the same as the first, with some minor differences.  The only differences I noted are: 1) Regulation 33004 now requires that employers provide 2 sets of mailing labels instead of one and provide the voter list electronically if requested, and 2) Regulation 33006 now requires that any challenge to a voter’s eligibility be made before the opening of ballots, instead of merely before the tally of ballots.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

headquarters in Sacramento at 1031 18th Street, First Floor, Room 103, Sacramento, CA. The scheduled agenda items are: 1) possible regulation changes concerning the conduct of elections by the State Mediation and Conciliation Service; and 2) timing of regulation changes related to the enactment of the In-Home Supportive Services Employer-Employee Relations Act. In addition there will be time for participants to ask questions and raise other issues.

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