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HB 20-1153 - Authorizes the State Employee's Union to Collectively Bargain with the State - Colorado Key Vote

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Title: Authorizes the State Employee's Union to Collectively Bargain with the State

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Title: Authorizes the State Employee's Union to Collectively Bargain with the State

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that authorizes state employees to collectively bargain with the state.

Highlights:

 

  • Requires covered employees to have the right to (Sec. 2):

    • Self-organize; 

    • Form, join or assist an employee organization; 

    • Engage in the partnership process and the formation of a partnership agreement collectively through representatives of their own choosing;

    • Engage in other concerted activities for the purpose of the partnership process or other mutual aid or protection; and 

    • Refrain from any or all such activities without interference, restraint, or coercion by the state or employee organization.

  • Requires covered employees to have the right to communicate with one another and with employee organization representatives concerning the organization, representation, workplace issues, the partnership process, and the business and programs of certified employee organizations via email, texts, other electronic communications, telephone, paper documents, and other means of communication, subject to reasonable restrictions (Sec. 2).

  • Defines a “covered employee” as an employee who is employed in the personnel system in the state, unless they fall into any of the following categories (Sec. 2):

    • Confidential employees; 

    • Managerial employees; 

    • Executive employees; 

    • The state personnel director or the director of the Division of Labor Standards and Statistics; 

    • Administrative law judges and hearing officers; 

    • State troopers; 

    • Employees of the legislative branch; or

    • Temporary appointees.

  • Defines “employee organization” as a nonprofit organization that engages with the state as an employer concerning wages, hours, and terms and conditions of employment, and that represents or seeks to represent covered employees in a partnership unit (Sec. 2).

See How Your Politicians Voted

Title: Authorizes the State Employee's Union to Collectively Bargain with the State

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that authorizes state employees to collectively bargain with the state.

Highlights:

 

  • Requires covered employees to have the right to (Sec. 2):

    • Self-organize; 

    • Form, join or assist an employee organization; 

    • Engage in the partnership process and the formation of a partnership agreement collectively through representatives of their own choosing;

    • Engage in other concerted activities for the purpose of the partnership process or other mutual aid or protection; and 

    • Refrain from any or all such activities without interference, restraint, or coercion by the state or employee organization.

  • Requires covered employees to have the right to communicate with one another and with employee organization representatives concerning the organization, representation, workplace issues, the partnership process, and the business and programs of certified employee organizations via email, texts, other electronic communications, telephone, paper documents, and other means of communication, subject to reasonable restrictions (Sec. 2).

  • Defines a “covered employee” as an employee who is employed in the personnel system in the state, unless they fall into any of the following categories (Sec. 2):

    • Confidential employees; 

    • Managerial employees; 

    • Executive employees; 

    • The state personnel director or the director of the Division of Labor Standards and Statistics; 

    • Administrative law judges and hearing officers; 

    • State troopers; 

    • Employees of the legislative branch; or

    • Temporary appointees.

  • Defines “employee organization” as a nonprofit organization that engages with the state as an employer concerning wages, hours, and terms and conditions of employment, and that represents or seeks to represent covered employees in a partnership unit (Sec. 2).

Title: Authorizes the State Employee's Union to Collectively Bargain with the State

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