CHECK-OFF. 11.01 Subject to the provisions of this Article, the Employer will, as a condition of employment, deduct an amount equal to the monthly membership dues from the monthly pay of all employees. Where an employee does not have sufficient earnings in respect of any month to permit deductions made under this Article, the Employer shall not be obligated to make such deduction from subsequent salary.
CHECK-OFF. 6.1 Except as provided in clause 6.4, the Council will, as a condition of employment make every reasonable effort to have deducted through Public Works and Government Services Canada, an amount equal to the amount of the membership dues from the monthly pay of all employees in the bargaining units covered by this Agreement. The amounts deducted shall be remitted by cheque to the Association within a reasonable period of time after deductions are made and shall be accompanied by particulars identifying each employee and the deductions made on the employee’s behalf.
CHECK-OFF. Section 1. The City shall deduct regular monthly Union dues from the pay of each employee covered by this Agreement; provided, that at the time of such deduction there is in the possession of the City a current unrevoked written authorization, executed by the employee, in the form and according to the terms of the authorization form. Such authorization may be revoked by the employee at any time by giving written notice thereof to the City.
CHECK-OFF. The Company will deduct from their wages and turn over to the President of the Union the regular current monthly membership dues (plus any arrears) and regular initiation fees in such amount as the Union shall certify in writing, of such members of the Union covered by this Agreement as individually and voluntarily certify by dated written assignment that they authorize such deductions. All regular monthly dues, plus any arrears and initiation fees deducted by the Employer shall be withheld each week and shall be remitted to the Union, if possible, no later than the twenty-fifth (25th) day of the calendar month in which such deductions are made. The Company will not deduct membership dues from wages of any employee unless proper assignment is in the hands of the Company at his main office at least five (5) days before the end of the pay period in which such deductions are to begin. All sums deducted by the Company shall be remitted to the President of the Local Union, if possible, not later than five (5) days following the closing of the third (3rd) pay period in the calendar month. Previously signed and unrevoked written authorizations shall continue to be effective as to employees reinstated following layoff or leave of absence; previous authorizations of other employees rehired or reinstated shall not be considered to be effective. The Union agrees to indemnify and hold the Employer harmless from and against any and all demands, claims, damages, losses, liability or expenses, including and without limiting to the generality of the foregoing, attorney’s fees, arising from or growing out of the application of Section 6 by the Employer, provided the Employer gives written notice to the Union within ten (10) days of receiving such demand, claim, allegation of damages, losses, liability or expenses and the Employer retains the right to approve the defense of any such matter and does not oppose the intervention of the Union in any proceeding pertaining to said Claim. Disputes arising from this Article shall not be subject to any grievance and arbitration procedure except for issues pertaining to the deduction and transmission of employee’s money that has been duly authorized by the employee pursuant to this Article.
CHECK-OFF. CSEA shall have the sole and exclusive right to have membership dues, initiation, and service fees deducted for Unit Members by the District. The District shall, upon appropriate written authorization from any Unit Member, deduct and make appropriate remittance for insurance premiums, credit union payments, charitable donations, and other plans or programs jointly approved by CSEA and the District. The District shall pay to the designated payee, within a reasonable amount of time, all sums so deducted.
CHECK-OFF. The Company shall deduct from each new employee an amount equal to the Union dues from the employee's first payroll cheque after completion of six (6) days of work in a calendar month and add that employee's name and the said amount to the closest applicable check-off; i.e., if the check-off for that month has not been remitted to the Union, it shall be added to that check-off; if that month's check-off has been remitted, it shall be added to the following month's check-off and shown as the previous month worked.
CHECK-OFF. The Employer agrees to deduct on behalf of the Union, when requested in writing and accompanied by signed authorization cards, all initiation fees, regular monthly dues, assessment and levies, from and on behalf of all employees who are members of the Union from the employee's pay cheque each month. The Employer shall remit such deductions to the Executive Director of Operations of the Union prior to the twentieth (20th) day of the month following the calendar month in which such deduction is made, accompanied by a list of names, classifications and addresses of employees from whose wages the deductions have been made.