AB 2261: Employment relations: state.

The Ralph C. Dills Act provides that once an employee organization is recognized as the exclusive representative of an appropriate unit, it may enter into an agreement with the state employer providing for organizational security in the form of maintenance of membership or fair share fee deduction. The act provides that fair share fee deductions shall continue, until the effective date of a successor agreement or implementation of the state’s last, best, and final offer, whichever comes first. Existing law requires every employee organization subject to these provisions to keep itemized financial records and to make those records available within 90 days after the end of its fiscal year, as specified.
This bill would shorten that timeframe and instead require the financial records to be made available within 60 days after the end of the fiscal year.

Staffer: Adam Boman

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