Agricultural Employment Relations Board

 

What Is the Purpose of the Board?

The Agricultural Employment Relations Board (AERB) was established in 1993 to provide a means to collectively bargain which is fair and equitable to agricultural employers, labor organizations and employees. The Board oversees a process by which the agricultural community may engage in labor organization activities and fair elections and by which declaration may be made whether certain acts are unfair labor practices and therefore subject to legal intervention.

The Board is comprised of seven members (and two alternates): two agricultural employers/management; two organized agricultural labor representatives and three public members.

Board Contact

 

Executive Secretary

Lisa James
602-542-3262
[email protected] 

Current Members

Name

Title

City

Position

Steven Barclay

Chairman

Phoenix

Public Member

Larry Nelson

Member

Snowflake

Public Member

Theodore Charles Disbrow

Member

Chandler

Public Member

Terre Catanzaro

Member

Yuma

Ag Employer Rep

Vacant

Ag Employer Rep

John F. Flanagan III

Member

Flagstaff

Ag Employer Rep Alternate

Vacant

Ag Labor Rep

Vacant

Ag Labor Rep

Vacant

Ag Labor Rep Alternate

Important Documents

AERB Administrative Rules Download
Agricultural Employment Relations Act Download
Open Meeting Law Disclosure Statement - AERB Download
Substantive Policy Statements - AERB Download

Labor Elections Process

Statement of Procedures Download
Labor Elections Process Manual Download

Labor Elections Process Forms

Petition for Certification Election Download
Petition for Decertification Election Download

Unfair Labor Practice Procedures

Non-Agricultural Employment Related Complaints Download
Unfair labor Practices Manual Download

Unfair Labor Practice Forms

Charge Against Employer Download
Charge Against Labor Organization Download
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