Code of Maryland Regulations
Title 14 - INDEPENDENT AGENCIES
Subtitle 30 - STATE HIGHER EDUCATION LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
Chapter 14.30.07 - Unfair Labor Practices
14.30.07.03 - Permissible Labor Practices

Universal Citation: MD Code Reg 14.30.07.03

14.30.07.03. Permissible Labor Practices

It is not an unfair labor practice for:

A. An employer to permit employees to negotiate or confer with an employer during working hours without loss of time or pay;

B. An employer to negotiate with the exclusive bargaining representative concerning exclusive rights such as access to State facilities;

C. An employer to refuse to bargain over rights not subject to negotiation under the Collective Bargaining Law;

D. Any person to express or disseminate any views, arguments, or opinions, whether in written, printed, graphic, or visual form, if the expression or dissemination does not contain:

(1) A threat of reprisal;

(2) A threat of force;

(3) A promise of benefit; or

(4) A misrepresentation of fact; or

E. An employee or group of employees to engage in concerted activities for purposes of other mutual aid or protection, in addition to collective bargaining.

(Regulation .03 adopted effective April 1, 2002 (29:6 Md. R. 568)
Regulation .03 amended effective October 22, 2007 (34:21 Md. R. 1917))
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