California Government Code

Sec. § 71625


(a)

Trial court policies related to accrued leave benefits, including the type and accrual rate of accrued leave benefits, in effect on the implementation date of this chapter shall remain in effect unless modified pursuant to subdivision (c).

(b)

The implementation of this chapter shall not cause a termination of employment and rehire for purposes of accrued leave benefits and shall not result in either the trial court or the county cashing out trial court employees’ accrued leave balances. A trial court employee shall retain his or her accrued leave balances upon implementation of this chapter. A trial court employee shall not cash out his or her accrued leave balances solely as a result of implementation of this chapter.

(c)

For employees who are represented by a recognized employee organization, the type and accrual rate of, and policies relating to, accrued leave benefits are subject to modification pursuant to the terms of a memorandum of understanding or agreement, or upon expiration of an existing memorandum of understanding or agreement, or upon revision to personnel, policies, procedures and plans, subject to meet and confer in good faith. For employees who are not represented by a recognized employee organization, the type and accrual rate of, and policies relating to, accrued leave benefits may be revised by the trial court. However, as provided in Section 71612, the implementation of this chapter shall not be a cause for the modification of the type and accrual rate of, and policies relating to, accrued leave benefits.
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