Category Archives: PERB Decision

PERB Addresses “Public Hearing” Requirement Under MMBA

City of Yuba City (2018) PERB Decision No. 2603-M (Issued on 12/12/18) Under the MMBA, an employer must hold a “public hearing” regarding the impasse between the parties before it may implement its last, best, and final offer (LBFO). (Gov. Code § … Continue reading

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PERB Orders Litigation Sanction Against Repeat Litigant

Los Rios Community College District and Los Rios College Federation of Teachers, Local 2279 (2018) PERB Decision No. 2614-E (Issued on 12/21/18) This case involved an appeal of two unfair practices charges that were dismissed in 1987. That’s not a … Continue reading

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PERB: Unions Have Right to Use Employer Email System

Los Angeles Unified School District (2018) PERB Decision No. 2588-E (Issued on 10/17/18) Earlier this year, in Napa Valley CCD (2018) PERB Decision No. 2563-E, PERB adopted the holding of the National Labor Relation Board in Purple Communications, Inc. (2014) … Continue reading

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PERB Clarifies Standard on Employee Speech; Affirms Adoption of Purple Communications

Chula Vista ESD (Yvellez) (2018) PERB Decision No. 2586-E (Issued on 9/28/18) [Note: I’ve fallen behind in commenting on recent PERB cases. There have been quite a few significant PERB cases in the last few months.  This is one of … Continue reading

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PERB: Reconsideration Only Available in Limited Circumstances

Lake Elsinore USD (2018) PERB Decision No. A446-Ea (Issued on 5/15/18) This case provided PERB the opportunity to emphasize the limited nature of reconsideration. Under PERB Regulation 32410, a “request for reconsideration” is warranted only in “extraordinary circumstances.” PERB affirmed … Continue reading

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