Section 3.7. 8 There shall be one (1) official personnel file for each employee and it will be kept in the District 9 Personnel Office. Each employee shall have the right to see material placed in his/her personnel file, 10 provided the request is made at the District Personnel Office during normal work hours. Derogatory 11 material contained in the personnel file, except evaluations, may be removed upon request made to the 12 Superintendent or designee, two (2) years or more after its placement in the file, provided there are no 13 related violations. The employee shall have the right to respond in writing to any materials in the file, 14 and such response shall become part of the file. The intention is to remove non-egregious violations. 18 A R T I C L E I V 20 RIGHTS OF THE ASSOCIATION 22 Section 4.1. 23 The Association has the right and responsibility to represent the interests of all employees in the unit; 24 to present its views to the District on matters of concern, either orally or in writing; to consult or to be 25 consulted with respect to the formulation, development, and implementation of industrial relations 26 matters and practices which are within the authority of the District; and to enter collective negotiations 27 with the object of reaching an agreement applicable to all employees within the bargaining unit.
Section 3.7. 20 When an employee receives a written reprimand or warning from a supervisor that is to be placed in 21 her/his personnel file, the employee may request to sign the form, such signature only indicating that 22 she/he is aware of its existence. The District shall attach any written response to the reprimand from the 23 employee and place it in the personnel file.
Section 3.7. 25 In the event formal investigatory interviews are to be conducted, or in disciplinary actions where 26 formal, written charges are to be given to the employee, the District will give verbal or written notice 27 twenty-four (24) hours prior to the meeting. This notification will include informing the employee that 28 he/she will have the right to have a representative present at such meetings. 29
Section 3.7. 2 Special education paraprofessionals working with students identified as potentially violent or 3 aggressive may request to participate in the formulation of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) to 4 whom they may be assigned in order to give input as to their safety. If granted, participation time shall 5 be considered as time worked. If the employee is not satisfied with the outcome of the safety issue,
Section 3.7. 8 Release time for Pasco PSE members requested by the Public School Employees of Washington/SEIU Local 9 1948 State organization may be granted to the employee. All costs associated with the employee’s absence 10 will be reimbursed by PSE of Washington. Request for release time will be handled through the Director of 11 Employee Services or designee. 13 14 15 ARTICLE IV 16 17 APPROPRIATE MATTERS FOR CONSULTATION AND NEGOTIATION 18
Section 3.7. 9 The District shall maintain a separate supplemental confidential file for each classified employee of the 10 District. Said files shall be kept in the District administration office and will contain such sensitive 11 information as medical history, health related information, and criminal justice background clearance 12 information. This supplemental file will insure confidentiality of sensitive information regarding the 13 employee. Employees will full access to their own files.
Section 3.7. 43 Employees, upon request, shall be allowed to inspect their personnel files. Copies, at a cost, shall be 44 permitted. Each employee shall be provided a copy of all material placed in his or her personnel file 45 within five (5) working days of its insertion. Such materials shall be signed and dated by the employee 46 acknowledging the employee has read such material. An employee may attach comments to any 47 material that is part of the personnel file. Upon request from the employee, disciplinary material will 48 be removed from an employee’s file two (2) years after inclusion, provided that no disciplinary 49 material of a like nature has been added during the past year. 4 5 Section 4.1.
Section 3.7. 15 The use of audio/video devices is designed to monitor student behavior. The audio/video devices may 16 also be used by the supervisor to assist individual drivers by serving as a training aid for developing 18 inappropriate behavior, the content of the audio/video devices shall not be used to discipline driver 19 performance, or used to discipline any employee. Drivers shall have the right to review the recorded 20 audio/video devices for their bus(s) after making an appointment for such purposes with the 21 Transportation Supervisor. Drivers may request review of videos of days a substitute driver replaces 22 them if they have reason to believe student misconduct has occurred and only after the supervisor has 24 audio/video devices will be saved for up to fourteen (14) calendar days or until the driver can review 25 them, whichever comes first. Upon request drivers may be permitted to view the audio/video devices 26 with the supervisor present.