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14.32.05.00.htm 14.32.05.00. Title 14 INDEPENDENT AGENCIES Subtitle 32 STATE LABOR RELATIONS BOARD Chapter 05 Unfair Labor Practice Complaint Process Authority: State Personnel and Pensions Article, §3-204, 3-205, 3-206, and 3-306, Annotated Code of Maryland
14.32.05.01.htm 14.32.05.01. 01 Complaint.. A. Party. A party alleging an unfair labor practice, as defined in State Personnel and Pensions Article, §3-306, Annotated Code of Maryland, may request relief from the Board by filing a complaint with the Executive Director, within 90 days of knowledge of the occurrence.B. Form. A complaint shall be in writing and signed according to this subtitle, and set forth on a form provided by the Board.C. Timeliness. The complaint shall be filed with t
14.32.05.02.htm 14.32.05.02. 02 Relief from Unfair Labor Practices.. A. A complaint shall:. 1) Accurately describe the issues;. 2) Provide a clear and concise statement of the facts constituting the alleged unfair labor practice, including the names of the individuals involved in the alleged act, the dates and places of the alleged occurrence, and the specific unfair labor practice under this chapter;3) Contain the name, address, and telephone number of the complainant, respondent, and any other par
14.32.05.03.htm 14.32.05.03. 03 Voluntary Informal Disposition.. A. Request for Assistance. A party seeking to settle a controversy which may result in a contested case may request assistance from the Board. The Board may schedule meetings between the parties and assist the parties in reaching a settlement of the dispute, provided, however, that parties are not required to settle the controversy pursuant to this regulation or to participate involuntarily in these efforts.B. Extension of Time. A p
14.32.05.04.htm 14.32.05.04. 04 Inadmissible Evidence.. Evidence of efforts to resolve or proposed offers of settlement of a prohibited practice complaint are inadmissible at the hearing.
14.32.05.05.htm 14.32.05.05. 05 Order Scheduling Hearing.. Regardless of the exercise of the procedures in Regulations .03 and .04 of this chapter, in order to conclude its responsibilities in a timely manner, the Board may exercise its authority under State Personnel and Pensions Article, §3-207, Annotated Code of Maryland, to investigate the allegation or allegations of the complaint or to hold a hearing in accordance with COMAR 14.32.02.
14.32.05.9999.htm 14.32.05.9999. Administrative History Effective date: February 13, 2006 (33:3 Md. R. 241) ―. Chapter recodified from COMAR 17.07.05 to 14.32.05 effective November 1, 2007 ―. Chapter revised effective July 28, 2008 (35:15 Md. R. 1350). Regulation .02 amended effective November 1, 2010 (37:22 Md. R. 1554).
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