AB-119, a California bill signed into law in 2017, requires public employers, including UC, to provide unions with an accurate list of new (within 30 days of employment) and current employee names, job title, department, work location, and contact information.
SB-270, a California bill signed into law in 2021, authorizes unions to file an unfair labor practice claim for violations of AB-119 with the Public Employee Relations Board (“PERB”). Violations will incur a penalty of up to $10,000. Employers may have an opportunity to cure the violation up to three times per twelve-month period.
Supervisors and departments are responsible for ensuring accurate, complete, and up-to-date information.
PENALTIES for Non-Compliance Violations
Effective July 1, 2022, employers will be fined a penalty up to $10,000 for each violation.
WHO Pays Penalties for Non-Compliance
Departments will be responsible for any violations for failure to provide accurate employee job information, work location, and contact information for each employee.
HOW to update employee physical location information
For information regarding the transactional process of including and/or updating the physical work location, please visit UCPath’s Work Location Reporting Requirement for Represented Employees