Association Recognition Sample Clauses

Association Recognition. Pursuant to the Maine Labor Relations Board certification dated March 28, 1977, the State recognizes the Maine State Troopers Association as the sole and exclusive bargaining representative for negotiations with respect to wages, hours of work and other conditions of employment of employees included in the State Police Unit. For the purpose of this Agreement the terms "employee", "employees", "member" and "members" refer to employees included in the State Police Unit who have completed six (6) months of continuous service in the Bureau of State Police. Nothing in this article shall affect or impair the right of the State to consult or meet with individual members or a group of members. In the event of a dispute between the parties as to future inclusions or exclusions from the unit, either party to this Agreement may apply to the Maine Labor Relations Board for resolution of the dispute.
Association Recognition. The Board recognizes the Association as the sole and exclusive negotiating agent for the certificated employees of the district except the following classifications: superintendent, assistant superintendents, principals, assistant principals, and other full-time administrative or supervisory positions. High school department division heads, athletic directors or other part-time administrative or supervisory personnel are not included in the negotiating unit. The Board agrees not to negotiate with or recognize any teachers' organization other than the Association for the duration of this Agreement. The word teacher shall be defined as certificated employee. Certificated shall be the equivalent of the statutory requirement of licensed.
Association Recognition. 1-1 The Board of Trustees of Genesee Joint School District No. 282, Latah County, Genesee, Idaho (the "Board"), recognizes the Genesee Education Association (the "G.E.A.") as the exclusive negotiation agent for all professional employees under teaching contracts, except for the superintendent and principal.
Association Recognition. Pursuant to and in accordance with all applicable provisions of Part 2, Chapter 447, Florida Statutes and the rules and regulations of the Public Employees Relations Commission, the Board recognizes the Association as the exclusive bargaining representative for those employees in the defined bargaining unit commonly known as the Teacher Unit for the purpose of collective bargaining with respect to the determination of the wages, hours, and terms and conditions of employment of the public employees within the bargaining unit. The bargaining unit shall include:  Classroom Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Exceptional Child Education Teachers, Librarians and Guidance Counselors. The bargaining unit shall exclude:  Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, Supervisors, Principals, Assistant Principals, county- level Directors, county-level Coordinators, Teacher Aides, Substitute Teachers and all non- certified personnel. It is understood and agreed that the President of the Association is the official spokesman for the Association in any matter between the Association and the Board. The President may designate, in writing, an alternate or alternates.
Association Recognition. A. The District recognizes the BART Police Managers’ Association (BPMA) as the exclusive bargaining representative for all District Police employees in classifications placed in the “Police Management Unit” by the decision of the California State Department of Industrial Relations dated January 2, 1979. The District further recognizes the Association as the exclusive bargaining representative for all District Police employees in classifications of Police Sergeant and Police Lieutenant.
Association Recognition. 5.01 The employer recognizes the Yukon Teachers' Association as the exclusive bargaining agent for all employees in the bargaining unit.
Association Recognition. Alameda Management and Confidential Employees Asso ciation, hereinafter referred to as the "Association", is the recognized employee organization for the classifications listed in Appendix A, certified pursuant to the letter from the City Manager dated October 23, 1991.