Illinois

 


Sec. 1. Policy. It is the public policy of this State and the purpose of this Act to promote orderly and constructive relationships between all educational employees and their...


Sec. 2. Definitions. As used in this Act: (a) Educational employer or employer means the governing body of a public school district, combination of public school districts, including...



Sec. 3. Employee Rights. (a) It shall be lawful for educational employees to organize, form, join, or assist in employee organizations or engage in lawful concerted activities for the purpose...



Sec. 4. Employer rights. Employers shall not be required to bargain over matters of inherent managerial policy, which shall include such areas of discretion or policy as the functions of...



Sec. 4.5. Subjects of collective bargaining. (a) Notwithstanding the existence of any other provision in this Act or other law, collective bargaining between an educational employer...



Sec. 5. Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board. (a) There is hereby created the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board consisting of 7 members, no more than 4 of whom may be of the...



Sec. 6. Illinois Educational Labor Mediation Roster. The Board shall establish an Illinois Educational Labor Mediation Roster, the services of which are available to the educational employer...



Sec. 7. Recognition of exclusive bargaining representatives -- unit determination. The Board is empowered to administer the recognition of bargaining representatives of employees of public...



Sec. 8. Election -- certification. Elections shall be by secret ballot, and conducted in accordance with rules and regulations established by the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board....



Sec. 9. Board Rules. The Board shall promulgate rules and regulations governing the appropriateness of bargaining units, representation elections, employee petitions for recognition and...



Sec. 10. Duty to bargain. (a) An educational employer and the exclusive representative have the authority and the duty to bargain collectively as set forth in this Section. Collective...



Sec. 11. Non-member fair share payments. When a collective bargaining agreement is entered into with an exclusive representative, it may include a provision requiring employees covered by...



Sec. 12. Impasse procedures. (a) If the parties engaged in collective bargaining have not reached an agreement by 90 days before the scheduled start of the forthcoming school year, the...



Sec. 13. Strikes. (a) Notwithstanding the existence of any other provision in this Act or other law, educational employees employed in school districts organized under Article 34 of the...



Sec. 14. Unfair labor practices. (a) Educational employers, their agents or representatives are prohibited from: (1) Interfering, restraining or coercing employees in the exercise of the...



Sec. 15. Unfair labor practice procedure. A charge of unfair labor practyce may be filed with the Board by an employer, an individual or a labor organization. If the Board after...



Sec. 16. Judicial review. (a) A charging party or any person aggrieved by a final order of the Board granting or denying in whole or in part the relief sought may apply for and obtain...



Sec. 17. Effect on other laws. In case of any conflict between the provisions of this Act and any other law, executive order or administrative regulation, the provisions of this Act shall...



Sec. 17.1. Precedents established by other labor boards. Unless contradicted by administrative precedent previously established by the Board, all final decisions in representation and unfair...



Sec. 18. Meetings. The provisions of the Open Meetings Act...



Sec. 19. Sovereign immunity. For purposes of this Act, the State of Illinois waives sovereign immunity. ...



Sec. 20. Short title. This Act shall be known and may be cited as the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Act. ...



Sec. 21. Inapplicability of State Mandates Act. The General Assembly finds that this Act imposes additional duties on local educational employers which can be carried out by existing staff...




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