On August 13, 2020, and requires that any non-teaching staff member have the right to submit disputes regarding whether there is just cause for disciplinary action to binding arbitration. This includes, but is not limited to, reprimands, withholdings of increment, termination or non-renewal, and expiration or lapse of a contract or term.
Who does this apply to?
This applies to any employee who is not a teaching staff member. In addition, this applies to county college employees who are not faculty or members of the professional staff.
A teaching staff member is defined as “a member of the professional staff of any employer holding office, position or employment of such character that the qualifications, for the office, position or employment, require him to hold a valid and effective standard, provisional or emergency certificate, appropriate to that office, position or employment, issued by the State Board of Examiners.” “Teaching staff member” also includes school nurses.
When does this take effect?
This bill takes effect immediately.
If you have questions, please contact us
If you have any questions or if you would like to discuss the matter further, please contact me, Caitlin P. Dettmer, or the Scarinci Hollenbeck attorney with whom you work, at 201-896-4100.