Conducting Negotiations Sample Clauses

Conducting Negotiations. 5-2-1 The Association and the District agree that negotiations shall be guided by the following procedures, which may be modified at any time by mutual consent. 5-2-2 The parties agree to negotiate in good faith. Good faith is defined as an honest attempt to resolve issues, which arise during the negotiations process. Both parties agree to present reasonable proposals, which demonstrate educational and fiscal responsibility. The obligations of good faith negotiations does not compel either party to agree or to make concessions on a specific issue. 5-2-3 The parties agree that the primary teams at the table for each side will be limited to a mutually agreed upon number of participants. A majority of each team shall be District employees.
Conducting Negotiations. 4.6.1. During negotiations, the Board and the Association will agree on protocols, present relevant data, exchange points of view, and may make proposals and counter proposals. Upon request of either party, the other will, except as it may be limited by law, make available for inspection, available records and data pertinent to the subject of negotiations.
Conducting Negotiations. 3-6-1 The Board and the WEA agree to negotiate in good faith.
Conducting Negotiations a. All items for negotiations shall be submitted at the first meeting. No additional items shall be added unless by mutual consent of the representatives of the Board and the representatives of the Association.
Conducting Negotiations. 5-2-1 The Superintendent, or his/her designee, will make available to the Association his/her proposed detailed budget for the next fiscal year as soon as it is available. He or she shall also provide preliminary and/or supporting detailed budget data concerning the financial ability of the District to fund such matters as may be subjects of negotiations.