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Will the hearing be recorded? Yes, the hearing must be recorded by use of a voice recorder or by use of a court reporter. By statute and rule, prohibited practice complaint (PPC) hearings and state employee grievance and discipline resolution proceedings under Iowa Code section 8A.415 will be recorded by a court reporter and...
Can I as an individual employee petition PERB to "certify" a union to be my representative? No. Although a “bargaining unit determination” petition may be filed by a public employee, only an employer or an employee organization seeking to represent a bargaining unit can petition for a “representative certification” election. Consequently, an employee interested in being represented by an...
What are the consequences of submitting incomplete or partial reports? The employee organization will be deemed out of compliance with its statutory reporting requirements. The employee organization must submit all the required reports and statements as outlined in Iowa Code section 20.25. Therefore, failure to provide all the required information within 90 days gives...
After the hearing is over, how will I find out what has been decided? You will receive a written decision electronically through e-Flex that states the facts about the case, application of the law, and the proposed decision of the presiding officer. The agency decision can be stated verbally by the decision maker at the conclusion of the hearing while you are still...
I'm represented by a union at my workplace, but don't want to be. What can I do? Initially, an employee in this situation needs to understand the concepts of the “bargaining unit” and how an employee organization becomes “certified” as the bargaining unit’s exclusive representative for purposes of collective bargaining with the public employer. If an employee is in a PERB-...

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