Bargaining Unit Defined Sample Clauses

Bargaining Unit Defined. The bargaining unit shall comprise all employees included in the bargaining unit as described in the certificate at each university or institution, issued by the Labour Relations Board of British Columbia, except positions excluded by mutual agreement between the local parties or excluded by the Labour Relations Board of British Columbia.
Bargaining Unit Defined. (a) The bargaining unit shall include all employees as defined by the certification except persons in positions deemed excluded:
Bargaining Unit Defined. (a) The bargaining unit shall comprise all employees employed by the Employer except those excluded by mutual agreement of the parties or by the applicable industrial relations authority holding legal jurisdiction in the matter.
Bargaining Unit Defined. The bargaining unit shall comprise all employees included in the certification dated May 8, 1981 as defined in this agreement except those employees in positions mutually agreed to between the parties as managerial and/or confidential exclusions. The guidelines to be considered in negotiating exclusions shall be:
Bargaining Unit Defined. (a) The bargaining unit shall comprise all employees included in the Public Service bargaining unit as defined in this agreement except those employees in positions mutually agreed to between the parties as managerial and (or) confidential exclusions. The parties to this agreement acknowledge the difficulty in establishing a service-wide policy for determining managerial and (or) confidential exclusions. The parties further agree that cognizance shall be given to the type of organization and to the degree to which employees, at varying levels, are involved either in the formation of government policy or in the process of employer-employee relations.
Bargaining Unit Defined. The classifications included in the bargaining unit are listed in the attached Appendix A and, by reference, incorporated herein and made a part of this Agreement.
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Bargaining Unit Defined. (a) The bargaining unit is the unit for collective bargaining for which the B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union is voluntarily recognized by the Employer, and includes:
Bargaining Unit Defined. The bargaining unit shall comprise all employees included in the College bargaining units as defined in this Agreement except those employees in positions mutually agreed to between the parties as managerial and/or confidential exclusions. The parties to this Agreement acknowledge the difficulty in establishing a service wide policy for determining managerial and/or confidential exclusions. The parties further agree that cognizance shall be given to the type of organization and to the degree to which employees, at varying levels, are involved either in the formation of College policy or in the process of employer-employee relations. The guidelines to be considered in negotiating exclusions shall be:
Bargaining Unit Defined. The bargaining unit is as in the Certification issued by the Labour Relations Board of British Columbia on December 17, 1974, as amended on March 31, 1983 and on November 18, 1986.
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