Association Rights Sample Clauses

Association Rights. 5.1 Right to Participate.Members shall have the right to form, join, and participate in the activities of member organizations of their own choosing for the purpose of representation on matters of member relations. Members shall also have the right to refuse to join or participate in the activities of any member organization. No member shall be interfered with, intimidated, restrained, coerced, or discriminated against by the City or by any member organization because of his/her exercise of these rights. The City and the Association shall not discriminate in regard to hiring, tenure, or any terms and conditions of employment for the purpose of encouraging or discouraging membership in the Association. 5.2 Association Business; Collective Bargaining.Up to two (2) bargaining unit members who are on-duty shall be allowed to perform their duties as a representative of the Association to negotiate labor contracts between the City and Dallas Police Employees Association without loss of pay during the negotiation process for an Agreement. Association representatives involved in negotiating who are onduty are subject to call and not more than two representatives from the same squad can attend negotiation sessions. No overtime shall be paid to Association representatives participating in negotiation sessions. The City and the Association will mutually schedule the meeting times for negotiations. 5.3 Grievance Investigation.Grievances may be investigated by Association representatives who are on-duty without loss of pay. The Association shall notify the City in writing of those members serving as such representatives. Members serving in this capacity who are on duty must remain available for call. No overtime shall be paid to Association representatives participating in these activities. Whenever possible, investigation and processing grievances shall be transacted to avoid unreasonable disruption of the work of on-duty bargaining unit members. 5.4 Right of Access.Designated Association representatives shall be allowed access to member work locations for the purpose of processing grievances or for contacting members of the Association to process a grievance. Such representatives shall not enter any work location without the consent of the chief of police. Access shall be restricted so as to not interfere with the normal operations of the police department or with established security requirements. 5.5 Association Representatives.To the extent allowable by the operat...
Association Rights. The Association shall have, in addition to other rights expressly set forth or provided by statute, the following rights:
Association Rights. The Association and its members shall have the right to:
Association Rights. Section 1--Facilities. The Association shall have the right to use District facilities at reasonable times, providing that requests for the use of facilities shall be submitted on regular District forms provided for such use and subject to the provisions of the Civic Center Act. Individual school meetings held within or adjacent to the regular workday will not be bound by the above. Section 2--Reasonable Time. For the purpose of this Article, "reasonable time" shall be defined to mean not interfering with or interrupting the instructional program. Section 3--Communication. The Association shall have the right to post notices of Association concern on bulletin boards, at least one of which shall be maintained in each work location in an area frequented by unit members. A notice must be dated and must identify the person and organization responsible for its promulgation. Section 4--Pre-School Orientation. The Association shall be given one (1) hour on the agenda of any District-wide, pre- school orientation program for new teachers to explain the Association's activities. Section 5--Right of Access. Authorized Association representatives shall, in accordance with the conditions notedherein, have the right of reasonable access to District facilities for the purpose of contacting unit members and transacting lawful Association business. Upon arriving at a school site, any representative shall first report to the office of the site administrator to announce his/her presence. In no event shall any representative or unit member interrupt or interfere in any way with normal work. Contacts with unit members shall be limited to non-classroom teaching hours, such as, breaks, duty-free lunch periods, and before and after school. Section 6--Bargaining Unit Information. The District shall provide the Association, on or before November 1 of each year, a list of employees within the unit, their home addresses, and designated work sites. The District shall present to each new unit member, upon initial employment, an Association-supplied employee information form. Upon receipt of the completed form, the District shall forward the form to the Association. Section 7--Layoff Notification. The District shall notify the Association of any proposed layoff of unit members prior to the mailing of the layoff notices to unit members. The notice shall contain the names of unit members to receive layoff notices, along with their employment dates and current work locations.Section 8--Co...
Association Rights. 7.1 Proper Conduct for CSEA ActivitiesAll CSEA business, discussions, and activities will be conducted by unit members or CSEA officials at such times and in such places that will not interfere with the assigned work hours of employees. CSEA may use District facilities when: 7.1.1 An authorized CSEA representative obtains advance permission from the Superintendent or designee regarding the specific time, place and type of activity to be conducted. 7.1.2 CSEA agrees to adhere to the requirements of the Education Code relating to the use of school facilities. 7.1.3 CSEA may use the school mailboxes, intra-district mail and e-mail system, and bulletin board spaces designated by the Superintendent or designee without charge. In addition, the District will provide access to the District server for a CSEA Chapter web page. 7.1.3.1 All postings for bulletin boards or items for school mailboxes must contain the date of postings or distribution and the identification of the organization together with a designated authorization by the CSEA President or designee. 7.1.3.2 A copy of such postings or distributions must be delivered to the Superintendent or designee at the same time as posting or distribution.7.2 Additional RightsIn addition to the rights granted above, CSEA shall also have the right to: 7.2.1 Access at reasonable times to areas in which employees work. 7.2.2 Be supplied with a complete "hire date" seniority list quarterly, if requested by CSEA. 7.2.2.1 Additional reports may be made available at CSEA expense. 7.2.3 The Board packet will be delivered to CSEA by a District representative the same day it becomes available to the Board of Trustees, which is normally a Friday. 7.2.4 Unpaid release time for employees who are CSEA state officers to conduct necessary CSEA business, and for CSEA Chapter delegates to attend CSEA annual conference, subject to approval of the immediate supervisor. 7.2.5 The District shall grant CSEA seventy three days (73) of Chapter release time in accordance with Education Code 45210 for the purposes of problem solving, contractual issues and acting as a resource for conflict resolution. The release time shall include the complete salary and benefits for the released member. The release time shall be used at the Association’s discretion and by any member that the Chapter designates. The above release time shall be separate and apart from release time in accordance with 3543.1(c) of the Government Code. 7.2.5.1 A day used shall be...
Association Rights. Authorized representatives of the Association shall have the right to confer with members of the Bargaining Unit at work locations during times when teachers are free from any responsibility to supervise children. Such conference shall be held in the teachers’ lounge, teachers’ lunchroom facility or in any other room selected by the teacher(s) involved, provided that the conference take place outside the presence of students. The Association Representative shall make known to the Principal, or designee, that s/he is present in the building.[12.2] MAILBOXES AND EMAIL [12.2.1] ASSOCIATION MATERIALS‌The Association may utilize teachers’ mailboxes and the District email system to communicate notices and other materials related to Association activities to teachers. Communication of such material through mailboxes and through email shall be made by authorized representatives of the Association. All materials placed in mailboxes and in email by the Association shall bear the name of the Association. The Association acknowledges that the District may review email communications, and that any communications through the District email system accordingly are not private or confidential. [12.2.2] COPY TO PRINCIPALA copy of the notice or materials shall be provided to the building principal. [12.3] USE OF FACILITIESConsistent with District Building Use Policies, the Association, with prior approval of the Principal, may use school facilities for its meetings. Such request of the Principal shall be upon the appropriate building use form, supplied by the School District. Such approval shall not be arbitrarily denied.[12.4] LIST OF NEW HIRESThe Timberlane School Department shall provide the Association with a listing of the names, addresses and work location of all newly hired members of the Bargaining Unit. [12.5] DUES DEDUCTION [12.5.1] AUTHORIZATIONTeachers shall have the right to request and be allowed dues deduction for the Association. Upon receipt of a properly executed authorization form from the teacher involved, the District will deduct from the teacher’s pay check, the dues which the teacher has agreed to pay the Association during the period provided in said authorization. [12.5.2] DISCONTINUE DEDUCTIONA teacher wishing to discontinue dues deduction must notify the Payroll Department and Association in writing on or before September 15 of the school year for which the discontinuance is to be effective. [12.5.3] TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENTAll authorizations for ...
Association Rights. The Association, or any committee thereof, shall have the right to use school buildings and facilities, without charge, for professional meetings for Lapeer teachers, provided the use does not conflict with previously scheduled activities. Bulletin boards in the teachers' lounges and the inter-school mail shall be made available for official business of the Association. Should a shortage of materials or equipment force the Administration to adopt a policy which would restrict their use, the Administration will notify the Association and building principal of this policy and establish a scale for reimbursement for those materials used by the Association. The Board agrees to furnish to the Association in response to reasonable requests a single copy of available information concerning the financial resources of the district including annual financial reports and audits and Board adopted budgets. Also, on the same basis, the Association may receive a register of certificated personnel including the salaries paid and educational level. In response to specific requests the Association may receive a single copy of Board meeting minutes of open sessions.
Association Rights. The Association and its representatives shall for Association business purposes have the following exclusive rights:
Association Rights. The parties specifically recognize that each has the right to invoke the assistance of the Michigan Employment Relations Commission or a mediator from such public agency.
Association Rights. In order to facilitate the administration of this Agreement, the Association shall have, in addition to other rights expressly set forth herein or provided by statute, the following rights: 2.11 Meeting Facilities. The use of College facilities at reasonable hours for the conduct of Association meetings, provided that such use shall not interfere with the Employer's use of the facilities and that the Association shall reimburse the Employer for any additional reasonable expenses occasioned by such use. 2.12 Services and Equipment. The use of designated equipment, provided that such use shall not interfere with the Employer's use, shall not require the services of any non-bargaining unit employees and shall not be used by any employees in such manner as to interfere with the discharge of their employment duties or the discharge of the duties of any other employee. The Employer shall be promptly reimbursed by the Association for all supplies used and for any damage. 2.13 Employee Communications. The Association shall have the right to communicate with bargaining unit members through the use of designated bulletin boards, or sections thereof, or the reasonable use of the College e-mail and mail service. All materials shall bear the name of the Association and the name of the person authorizing the posting or distribution thereof. No Association materials of any kind shall be displayed on or about the physical facilities of the College except on the designated bulletin boards and no displayed material shall be derogatory to the Employer or to any employee. The Association shall save and hold the Employer harmless from any and allexpense or liability whatsoever arising out of the preparation and/or use of any such materials. 2.14 Bargaining Unit Membership/KVCC Faculty Association Membership. This section applies to all positions in the bargaining unit. The bargaining unit is described in Article 1. All positions in the bargaining unit are “bargaining unit members.”