Area Co-Management Committees Sample Clauses

Area Co-Management Committees. Establishment and Purpose

Related to Area Co-Management Committees

  • Labour Management Committee Where the parties mutually agree that there are matters of mutual concern and interest that would be beneficial if discussed at a Labour/Management Committee meeting during the term of this Agreement, the following shall apply: An equal number of representatives of each party as mutually agreed shall meet at a time and place mutually satisfactory. A request for a meeting hereunder will be made in writing prior to the date proposed and accompanied by an agenda of matters proposed to be discussed, which shall not include matters that are properly the subject of grievance or negotiations for the amendment or renewal of this agreement. Any representative(s) attending such meetings during their regularly scheduled hours of work shall not lose regular earnings as a result of such attendance. It is agreed that the topic of a rehabilitation program for drug and alcohol abuse is an appropriate topic for the Labour/Management Committee. It is understood that joint meetings with other Labour/Management Committees in the Hospital may be scheduled concerning issues of mutual interest if satisfactory to all concerned. Where two or more agreements exist between a Hospital and CUPE the Committee may be a joint one representing employees under both agreements, unless otherwise agreed. It is also agreed that the topic of utilization of full-time and part-time staff is an appropriate topic for the Labour-Management Committee. The committee shall have access to work schedules and job postings upon request.

  • JOINT COMMITTEES 1101 Release Time

  • Advisory Committees The board may from time to time appoint such other committees as it may deem advisable, but the functions of any such other committees shall be advisory only.

  • JOINT LABOUR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 18.01 A Joint Labour Management Committee shall be established to attend to those matters which are of mutual interest. To ensure its effectiveness the Committee shall be separate and apart from the grievance procedure.

  • LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES Section 1. Labor/Management Committees The parties recognize that the holding of periodic meetings for the exchange of views and information contributes to the effectiveness of the labor/management relationship. Therefore, the parties shall establish Labor/Management Committees (LMC), in accordance with the provisions in this Article, for the purpose of addressing matters of concern in the areas of personnel policies, practices, conditions of employment, and other matters affecting employees. Each LMC will be co-chaired by one member from labor and one member from management.

  • Management Committee The Parties will act in good faith and use commercially reasonable efforts to promptly resolve any claim, dispute, claim, controversy or disagreement (each a "Dispute") between the Parties or any of their respective subsidiaries, affiliates, successors and assigns under or related to this Agreement or any document executed pursuant to this Agreement or any of the transactions contemplated hereby. If the Parties cannot resolve the Dispute within such time frame, the Dispute will be submitted to the Management Committee for resolution. For ten (10) days following submission of the Dispute to the Management Committee, the Management Committee will have the exclusive right to resolve such Dispute; provided further that the Management Committee will have the final and exclusive right to resolve Disputes arising from any provision of the Agreement which expressly or implicitly provides for the Parties to reach mutual agreement as to certain terms. If the Management Committee is unable to amicably resolve the Dispute during the ten-day period, then the Management Committee will consider in good faith the possibility of retaining a third party mediator to facilitate resolution of the Dispute. In the event the Management Committee elects not to retain a mediator, the dispute will be subject to the resolution mechanisms described below. "Management Committee" will mean a committee made up of a senior executive from each of the Parties for the purpose of resolving Disputes under this Section 7 and generally overseeing the relationship between the Parties contemplated by this Agreement. Neither Party will seek, nor will be entitled to seek, binding outside resolution of the Dispute unless and until the Parties have been unable amicably to resolve the Dispute as set forth in this Section 7 and then, only in compliance with the procedures set forth in this Section 7.

  • Union Management Committee There shall be a union/management committee comprised of four (4) employee representatives appointed by the Union and four (4) employer representatives. The Committee's purpose is to provide and promote effective and meaningful communication of information and ideas and to make joint recommendations on matters of concern. Matters that are properly the subject of an individual grievance will not be discussed at this committee. The Committee will meet quarterly, unless agreed otherwise, at a time and place mutually agreed to provided there is business for their joint consideration. The parties will exchange agenda items at least one (1) week prior to the meeting. The parties further agree the Committee may meet at any time its members mutually agree a meeting should be held. The duties of the Chairperson will be shared by the parties. Copies of the minutes shall be provided to Committee members. The employer agrees to pay for time spent during regular working hours for representatives of the union attending such meetings. The parties may utilize video or teleconferencing services for the purposes of committee members attending committee meetings, where appropriate and available. Neither party can unreasonably deny an initiative to utilize video or teleconferencing services.

  • Operating Committee the Consortium’s managing body, composed of representatives of the Manager and the Contractors, pursuant to Annex XI.

  • Professional Development Committee There shall be a Professional Development Committee composed of at least two (2) representatives of the Association and an equal number of representatives from the Hospital. Each party may have alternates to replace a member from time to time.

  • Joint Union/Management Committee It shall be appropriate for either the Union or the University to request that a Joint Union/Management committee be convened, with Environmental Health and Safety as a participating member, to discuss health and safety concerns and to explore options for addressing those concerns through appropriate training or other approaches.