Section 4117.20 | Prohibiting conflict of interest in bargaining.
(A) No person who is a member of the same local, state, national, or international organization as the employee organization with which the public employer is bargaining or who has an interest in the outcome of the bargaining, which interest is in conflict with the interest of the public employer, shall participate on behalf of the public employer in the collective bargaining process except that the person may, where entitled, vote on the ratification of an agreement.
(B) The public employer shall immediately remove from his role, if any, in the collective bargaining negotiations or in any matter in connection with negotiations any person who violates division (A) of this section.
Available Versions of this Section
- April 1, 1984 – Senate Bill 133, 115th General Assembly [ View April 1, 1984 Version ]