Agency Shop. (a) Each employee who is a member of the Union or who is obligated to tender to the Union amounts equal to periodic dues on the effective date of this Agreement, or who later becomes a member, and all employees entering into the bargaining unit on or after the effective date of this Agreement shall, as a condition of employment, pay or tender to the Union amounts equal to the periodic dues applicable to members, for the period from such effective date, or, in the case of employees entering into the bargaining unit after the effective date, on or after the thirtieth (30th) day of such entrance, whichever of these dates is later, until the termination of this Agreement.
Agency Shop. As a condition of continued employment, all employees included in the collective bargaining unit set forth in Section 1.0, thirty-one (31) days after the start of their employment with the Employer or the effective date of the Agreement, whichever is later, shall either become members of the Union and pay to the Union the dues and initiation fees uniformly required of all Union members, or the employee shall sign a service fee check-off authorization form and pay to the Union a service fee equivalent to the periodic dues uniformly required of the Union members if the employee so desires not to become a member of the Union.
Agency Shop. Effective thirty (30) days following the effective date of this Agreement, each employee employed on or before such effective date and covered by the terms and conditions of this Agreement shall, as a condition of employment, either become a member of the Union, or pay or tender to the Union amounts which are the equivalent of periodic Union dues. Employees covered by this Agreement employed after the effective date thereof shall, on or after the thirtieth (30th) day of their employment, and as a condition of such employment, either become a member of the Union or pay or tender to the Union amounts which are the equivalent of periodic Union dues. The foregoing shall be subject to any prohibitions or restrictions contained in the laws of the states covered by this agreement.
Agency Shop. All faculty, both full-time and part time, except those teaching only community service or non-credit contract service courses (Appendix F) shall, as a condition of continued employment, on or after the thirtieth (30th) day following the beginning of such employment, become members of the AFT or pay a representation fee equal to the periodic dues uniformly required as a condition of acquiring or retaining membership in the AFT. This fee shall be to reimburse the AFT for the expense of representing members of the bargaining unit. The District shall provide payroll deduction of such fees or dues and, upon written authorization as allowed by current law, contributions to political action committees. Such deductions shall be remitted to the authorized AFT representative within five (5) working days of the issuance of payroll checks. If a faculty member asserts a right of non-association based on bona fide religious tenets or teachings of a church or religious body of which he or she is a member, that faculty member shall pay to a non- religious charity or other charitable organization an amount of money equivalent to the periodic dues uniformly required as a condition of acquiring or retaining membership in the AFT, in accordance with Chapter 28B.52.045, Revised Code of Washington. Authorizations in effect prior to the effective date of this Agreement shall be carried forward.
Agency Shop. A. The Board agrees to deduct the fair share fee from the earnings of those employees who elect not to become members of the Association and transmit the fee to the majority representative in compliance with N.J.S.A. 34:13A-5.4.
Agency Shop. 1. Each bargaining unit member shall, as a condition of employment, (1) on or before thirty (30) days from the date of commencement of duties or the effective date of this Agreement, whichever is later, join the Association/Union, or (2) pay a Service Fee to the Association, pursuant to the Association's "Policy Regarding Objections to Political-Ideological Expenditures" and the Administrative Procedures adopted pursuant to that policy. The Service Fee shall not exceed the amount of Association dues collected from Association members. The bargaining unit member may authorize payroll deduction for such fee. In the event that the bargaining unit member shall not pay such Service Fee directly to the Association, or authorize payment through payroll deduction, the Employer shall, pursuant to MCLA 408.477; MSA 17.277 (7) and at the request of the Association, deduct the Service Fee from the bargaining unit member's wages and remit same to the Association. The deduction of such authorized amount shall be made in twenty (20) equal amounts from the first twenty (20) salary payments of the authorizing teacher beginning in September of each year. In the event such authorization is revoked at any time the teacher shall within thirty (30) days, pay in one lump sum to the Association that portion permitted by law of the amount remaining to be deducted. The Board agrees to remit promptly to the respective Association all monies so deducted, accompanied by a list of teachers from whom such deductions have been made.
Agency Shop. All current and future employees of the SFMTA as described in Article I.A., except as set forth below, shall, as a condition of continued employment, become and remain a member of the UNION or, in lieu thereof, shall pay a service fee to the UNION. Such service fee payment shall be 80% of the regular dues of the UNION, provided that such agency shop fee will be used by the UNION only for the purpose of collective bargaining and representing the employees in the unit. The SFMTA may request verification of such use. Changed service fees will be assessed as of the time changes in the fees are set in accordance with applicable law, including: (1) the provision of sufficient financial information to gauge the propriety of the fees; (2) the provision of a reasonably prompt opportunity to challenge the amount of the fee before an impartial decision maker; and (3) provision for an escrow account of amounts reasonably in dispute during an appeal. A description of the actual fee setting procedure shall be added to this CBA as an addendum when established.
Agency Shop. It shall be a condition of employment under this Agreement that all employees covered hereunder shall be members of the Union in good standing, except that if a person chooses not to join the Union, he/she shall pay registration and agency fees to the Union in such amounts as the Union may prescribe. In no event shall the registration or agency fee exceed, respectively, the initiation fees or dues required of Union Members.