Since 1982, California government officials have been involved in collective bargaining, a process of negotiating wages, working time and other conditions of employment. This collective bargaining process is governed by the Ralph C. Dills Act (Government Code Sections 3512-3524). The Labour Public Relations Committee manages and enforces the dills act. Executives, supervisors and confidential employees are excluded from collective bargaining under the Dills Act. Instead, CalHR`s Horsded Employees Bill of Rights Act, passed in 1990, requires CalHR to meet and design organizations representing these “excluded” workers in terms of wages, hours and working conditions. Although CalHR receives contributions from these organizations, it does not negotiate any employment contracts with these organizations and does not obtain formal agreements. New to the CSU? If you are unsure of the bargaining unit you are in or have other issues, check your new rental documents or call your local personal contact to find out more. As soon as CalHR and the union agree on a new treaty – a “provisional agreement” until it is ratified – the legislature will have to decide on its economic provisions and on all the legislative changes necessary for its implementation. As soon as legislative approval is available, the agreement will be submitted to the governor for signature. The union also submits the agreement to its members in the bargaining unit for ratification. The new treaty will be implemented after being ratified by the union, approved by the legislature and signed by the governor.
Another category of workers excluded from collective bargaining is called “exempt workers.” This category consists of exempt officers from the public service. Use the menu below to select another unit and view its negotiation agreement and other documents. For other collective agreements that are not listed below, please visit the Current Collective Agreements page and make your selection. Negotiations take place in meetings limited to state negotiators and bargaining unit negotiators. CalHR leads the management negotiation team, which also includes employees from other departments. The Department of Labor and Labor Relations of the Department of Research and Employment manages collective bargaining, complaint arbitration procedures and campus labour relations at California State University. We advocate a positive and productive relationship between the CSU and its 53,000 employees. CFA is the exclusive plenipotentiary of the Faculty of California State University. As such, CFA negotiates a contract with the CSU administration for the faculty, promotes academic freedom, preserves faculty rights, provides financial protection to the faculty and promotes the faculty`s participation in the leadership of the CSU and cfa. Prior to the negotiation of a new contract, CalHR and the union representing the bargaining unit issued the first negotiating proposals called “sun sessions” at a public meeting. The Dills Act provides that such meetings provide the public with the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the proposals and comment on them. The state`s rank and file staff is divided into 21 bargaining units.
Each bargaining unit is represented by a union; in some cases, the same Union represents several entities.