CASE PROCESSING PROCEDURES; ISSUES ON APPEAL – In General
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1109.01000 – In General
PERB Regulation 32635(b) prohibits a charging party from submitting new allegations and new supporting evidence on appeal absent good cause. In the absence of a showing as to why new allegations and evidence could not have been submitted previously to the Board agent, and because the new allegations and evidence predate the dismissal letter and therefore were known to charging party, Board does not find good cause to consider them on appeal. Where appeal states “Please consider my appeal for layoff by displacement as retaliatory due to my Union protected activities” but does not identify the specific issues to which the appeal is taken or the page or part of the Board agent’s dismissal appealed or state the grounds for appeal, the appeal fails to comply with the requirements set forth in PERB Regulation 32635(a).