§ 17b-705 Collective bargaining for family child care providers. Definitions
§ 17b-705a Rights of family child care providers. Prohibitions. Procedure for negotiation and binding arbitration. Election and designation of exclusive bargaining agent
§ 17b-705b State immunity from liability
§ 17b-706 Collective bargaining for personal care attendants. Definition
§ 17b-706a Personal Care Attendant Workforce Council. Membership. Duties
§ 17b-706b Rights of personal care attendants. Prohibitions. Procedure for negotiation and binding arbitration. Election and designation of exclusive bargaining agent
§ 17b-706c Applications for waiver of federal law
§ 17b-706d State immunity from liability
§ 17b-706e Provision of training and related services to personal care attendants

Terms Used In Connecticut General Statutes > Chapter 319pp - Collective Bargaining for Family Child Care Providers and Personal Care Attendants

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