PERB ruling supports AFT’s due process proposal when faculty face potential discipline

On October 6, 2015, the Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) issued a decision upholding a Union’s right to information when representing members who face potential discipline as a result of complaints filed against them. The long-awaited decision supports AFT 2121’s position that the Union is entitled to copies of the written complaint and District findings when representing faculty who are interviewed following complaints under Title 5 or 9. CCSF compliance officers routinely refuse to provide these document to the Union and the faculty member. The PERB decision also buttresses AFT’ October 28 proposal on Article 10 Discipline.

 

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