Politics and the Legal environment of unions
Labor law and the workplace consists of Federal government and statutes for 50 states plus territories, some municipalities.
Public and Private are different sets of statutes but many of the rules (e.g. recog
Public Administration 215
Introduction to Public Personnel Management Instructor: Ronald D. Sylvia Class location Clark 243 Office: Clark 404M Office Hours 5 to 6 pm on Thursdays and every other Saturday 3 to 4 pm Office Phone (408) 924-5553 E-mail rdsylv
PUBLIC SECTOR LABOR RELATIONS, PADM 295
Instructor Ronald D. Sylvia Office: Clark Hall 404M Office hours: Monday: 3:30 to 5:30 and after class on Saturday Phone (408) 924-5553 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students will gain a working knowle
Leave laws-constitution outside where possible
Get parties to agree on article/articles at issue Arbitrator will go as narrow as possible
SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE THAT THE ALLEDGED OFFENSE
Administrative Law: Preparing a case for seminar discussion Seminar participants: As you read cases to discuss in our seminar, consider these ideas and if you find it useful, use them to orient how you think about the different points of the case. First o
Public Policy as Politics
Policy as Pub. Admin
Political actors Career bureaucracy Political executives
Distributive Policy Redistributive Policy
Demand for accountability
Greg Grusendorf, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. City of Oklahoma City, a municipal corporation; Jimmy R. Catledge, Fire Chief, City of Oklahoma City; Paul Benson, Assistant Fire Chief, City of Oklahoma City and John D. Parasich, Assistant Training Officer, Cit
U.S. Supreme Court
KELLEY v. JOHNSON, 425 U.S. 238 (1976)
REHNQUIST, J., delivered the opinion of the Court, in which BURGER, C. J., and STEWART, WHITE, BLACKMUN, and POWELL, JJ., joined.
In 1971 respondent's predecessor, individually and as president o
What do I want to study?
Create a paradigm of truth for the ages? Add to the store of knowledge on a topic? Test conventional wisdom about a problem or program? Study something that will benefit my agency, improve programs operation or solve a problem?
Waters v. Churchill (92-1450), 511 U.S. 661 (1994) Syllabus I. II.
WATERS et al. v. CHURCHILL et al.
certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the seventh circuit
No. 92-1450. Argued December 1, 1993 - Decided May 31, 1994 Petitioners fired res
MANAGE THINGS-LEAD PEOPLE
MTM 217 Leadership and Instructor: Ron Sylvia, Ph.D. Phone: (408) 924-5553 Email: email@example.com Office Hours: Monday 4:30 to 6 PM Course Format: This will be a seminar in leadership that requires everybody to have read each w
The first step is to find someone who cares
If A is not causing B we don't want to know to a statistical certitude. If B is not working what is wrong with A?
Something is not only what it is, it is what it is not.
Formative or Process Evaluations
Santa Clara County TB Case Management 1 yearpilot program
The Santa Clara County Health Department Tuberculosis Prevention and Control Program is responsible for the control and treatment of Tuberculosis (TB) in the area of i
PADM 213 POLICY ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION Instructor: Ron Sylvia Office: Clark 404M Phone: 408-924-5553 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Course Description: PADM 213 Policy Analysis and Evaluation: a course focusing on the prospect and problems of designing, condu
Out come evaluat ion For m follows funct ion.
Audience Dr iven: St akeholder s, L egislat or s, Over head agencies Ext er nal account abilit y agencies
Do we want an out come evaluat ion or a pr ogr am audit ? Dat a dr iven agencies. Basing decisions on r