2014 CALPELRA Annual Training Conference ~ How to Negotiate The Requirements of Effects Bargaining

Program: 11:00am - 12:30am
Location: Live Webinar

2014 CALPELRA Annual Training Conference ~ Rising Tides And Shifting Sands

November 17 - 21, 2014 ~ Monterey, California

Like an ocean's rising tides and shifting sands, the challenges confronting labor and employee relations professionals are perpetually moving. As California's economy gains momentum and local economies emerge from the Great Recession, California's public employers must ceaselessly adjust to changing economic conditions, employee expectations, and legal standards. With expert presenters and professional networking, CALPELRA's 2014 Annual Conference will give you the tools you need to lead your agency through the constantly changing labor relations and employment law tidal surges and shifting sands.

AALRR attorneys Irma Rodriguez Moisa & Jay Trinnaman will speak at the 2014 CALPELRA Annual Training Conference. They will present...

 How to Negotiate the Requirements of Effects Bargaining

Public employers typically understand their obligation to negotiate over decisions involving well known mantra of the mandatory subjects of bargaining – “wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of employment.”  However, while those bargaining obligations may be clear under the Meyers Milias Brown Act (“MMBA”), the issues become more muddied with respect to the requirements of “effects bargaining.”  With the constant threat of an unfair labor practice charge looming, employers must be cognizant of the potential pitfalls in this area to ensure good faith bargaining.  Join us as we provide valuable tips designed to help employers negotiate their effects bargaining obligations under the MMBA. 

Event Contact

CALPELRA Executive Office

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