Bargaining Unit Members hired before July 1, 1995 Those Bargaining Unit Members whose current regular assigned work shift ends after 5:00 p.m. or commences before 7:30 a.m. or after 5:00 p.m. and who are currently receiving a shift differential pay of five percent (5%) for time worked after 5:00 p.m. or before 7:30 a.m. shall continue to receive said differential.
Bargaining Unit Members. 1. Teacher(s) shall mean all certificated/licensed personnel, but excluding the Superintendent, Director of Human Resources, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Principal, Assistant Principal, Technology Coordinator, Director of Pupil Services, county employees, day-to-day substitutes, home instruction tutors, High School Athletic Director, and all other supervising and managerial personnel. Additionally, if any certificated/licensed employee holds a part-time administrative position during the regular school year that is excluded from the bargaining unit, his/her individual teaching position shall also be excluded from the bargaining unit for the period that he/she is in the part-time administrative position.
Bargaining Unit Members. The minimum salary for new full-time AAUP-2 bargaining unit members employed after the effective date of this Agreement shall be as follows: Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree Doctorate Year Or Equivalent Or Equivalent Or Equivalent 2011-12 $53,066 $58,086 $63,100 2012-13 $54,525 $59,683 $64,835 2013-14 $56,024 $61,324 $66,618
Bargaining Unit Members. 1. The bargaining unit (hereinafter "Employee" or "Teacher") shall be comprised of all certificated/licensed, non-supervisory personnel employed under regular teaching contracts including, but not limited to, all classroom teachers (K-12, Adult, Special, and Vocational), long- term substitutes, guidance counselors, librarians, media and program specialists, and head teachers.
Bargaining Unit Members. 8 The District recognizes that an effort shall be made to remediate any 9 unsatisfactory job performance for hourly Bargaining Unit Members prior to taking any 10 action to release from employment. Remediation will include, but not be limited to, 11 clarifying or reinforcing expectations and may include coaching and written notice. 12 The District will make hourly Bargaining Unit Members aware of employment 13 standards as well as the consequences for non-compliance with the standards prior to 14 to corrective or disciplinary action. Disciplinary action for hourly Bargaining Unit 15 Members is defined as release from employment. 18 19 20 22 24 1 ARTICLE 16
Bargaining Unit Members. By the tenth (10th) day of Fall quarter, the College shall provide the Association with a list of the employee identification number, name, hire date, employee type, salary schedule placement (both adjunct and Full-Time rank), home address, work and personal phone numbers, program assignment, work and personal email addresses of all bargaining unit members.