Flashcards in HPM 9.1 Deck (35)
Bargaining Units within CHP. CHP management administers contracts in ___ of the ___ bargaining units. HPM 9.1
11 of the 21
Bargaining Unit Contracts are distributed by OER and can be located in the following locations _____. HPM 9.1
Each command, Division, section, unit, receives one command library copy and in addition, contracts are posted on the CHP intranet under the OER web-
page. Each bargaining unit contract is also available at DPA’s website.
Contract Interpretations should be referenced to ensure the consistent interpretation and application of the negotiated language. What is the CHP form for a CI and where are they to be located? HPM 9.2
CHP 602, Each headquarters and Field command shall maintain a library of all current CIs, filed adjacent to the contracts.
Commanders shall ensure that all applicable managers and supervisors, as well as first-line supervisors designated “represented” under the Dills Act, are informed of the content of the published CIs
If any provisions of HPM 9.1 conflict with the contract, the contract shall be ______.
The Dills Act is the State Employer-Employee Relations Act (SEERA) was sponsored by _______
California State Employees Association (CSEA)
Dills Act elements cover all represented civil service employees, requires state and employee rep to negotiate wages, hours, terms of employment, and defines ___ labor practices.
If there is a a conflict between department policy and the provisions of a negotiated contract, the contract shall be ___
Supervisory employees are not _____ to bargaining unit rights
Managements authority is not ____ and is directed by laws and rules. Management at all levels are to encourage ___ ___
absolute, open communication
Employee Representatives are on ___ ___ with management when discussing employee relations
Role of the supervisor is to be a ____ between employee and management.
Rep must obtain permission from immediate supervisor to engage, during ___ ___ , in business related to rep matters.
recognized organization may use existing bulletin boards to post such as notice of committee meetings, of elections, of _____ and ___ events, of other official business. Posted material shall be ___ and ____ by rep and a copy give to the commander
recreational, social, dated, signed
During assigned work hours employees __ ___ conduct or participate in employee organization business.
note: most offices allow anyway
Non-working hours may be ____ ___ or ___ ___.
lunch breaks, rest breaks
Solicitation for membership may only take place during ____ ___
Employee ____ can be utilized for distribution of org literature.
Use of State/Dept. internal mail systems is ___ ____ for employee org business
Release time may only be granted during employee's ____ ___. No shift or schedule changes are allowed for the use of release time.
Release time is limited to those instances when represtenting an employee from the Rep's area of primary responsibility. Time must be utilized from ___ ___ when a rep represents an employee who is assigned outside that area of responsibility.
another source (release time bank, reimbursable paid leave, dock time, vacation credits, ect.)
Employee's supervisor has the authority to ____ a request for state release time.
shall be consistent with the contract and dept. policy
No employee shall conduct or ____ in the internal business affairs of an employee organization during assigned working hours.
An employee and representative may be granted up to ___ hours of release time to prepare and present grievance. An Employee does not have the right to release time if ____ ____.
4, representing self
To utilize time from the contributory back, an authorized employee must provide reasonable advance notice to supervisor; if approved, the employee shall complete a CHP 610 and record on CHP 415 with special code ____. CHP 610 must be submitted to commander within ___ days after representation, which is then approved and sent to OER.
Grievance/complaint procedure is a ___ ____ mechanism to confidentially raise and process a claim alleging violation of contract/policy.
Grievance is for _____ issues and complaints are for ___ issues.
MOU, Policy including SOP
Steps of the Grievance/Complaint procedures:(4)
1. informal discussion
2. investigating the Grievance/Complaint at informal level
3. issuing the informal response
4. formal Grievance/Complaint
Elements of a formal Grievance/Complaint: (3)
1. alleged violation
2. statement of the problem
3. proposed remedy
Employee is responsible for _____ the grievance/complaint through the appeal and response process.