DUES CHECK-OFF Sample Clauses

DUES CHECK-OFF. I.7.2.1 The Board shall deduct once monthly from the salary of each member of the bargaining unit such monthly dues or other assessments for general Association purposes as are uniformly and regularly payable by a member of the Association authorized in accordance with the Constitution and By-Laws of the Association and as certified in writing to the Board by the Association.
DUES CHECK-OFF. 5.01 The Co-operative agrees to deduct from the wages of each employee, such Union dues, initiation fees and assessments as are authorized by the Union. The Co-operative further agrees to deduct the Union dues automatically from the wages of new or rehired employees' first pay. Monies deducted during any period shall be forwarded by the Co-operative to the Secretary-Treasurer of the Union by electronic direct deposit not later than three (3) weeks following the end of the complete pay period and accompanied by an electronic Excel statement of the names and Social Insurance Numbers of the employees for whom the deductions were made and the amount of each deduction.
DUES CHECK-OFF. 4.01 The Employer shall, once in each month during the life of this Agreement, deduct from the salary of each member of the bargaining unit, such fees, monthly dues, or assess- ments as may be authorized from time to time by the Association and certified in writing to the Employer by the Association.
DUES CHECK-OFF. The Board shall deduct dues from the salary of each Union member, who shall authorize the same in writing, in an amount determined by the Illinois Council of Police (ICOP), provided the rate to be deducted shall be uniform for each Union member. Such deductions shall be made no later than thirty (30) calendar days following receipt of the authorization in the designated College office. A dues authorization may be revoked by the Union member’s written notice to the Union. The authorization shall be deemed automatically revoked with the issuance of the Union member's last paycheck. The union shall notify the College of any new members who have agreed to dues authorization and will notify the College of any current members who choose to cease paying dues pursuant to the terms of their signed membership/dues authorization card. In doing so, they shall also indemnify, defend and hold the Board harmless against any claim, demand, suit, cost, expense, or any other form of liability, including reasonable attorney’s fees and costs arising from or incurred as a result of any act taken or not taken by the Board , its members, officers, agents, employees, or representatives in complying with or carrying out the provisions of Article 4.4 including any charge that the Board failed to discharge any duty owed to its employees arising out of any deduction.
DUES CHECK-OFF. 1. The Employer agrees to deduct from the wages of any employee who is a member of the Union all Union membership dues uniformly required and as provided for in a written authorization voluntarily executed by the employee in accordance with the standard form used by the Union. The written authorization for Union dues deduction shall remain in full force and effect during the period of this Agreement and may be revoked only by written notice given the Employer during the period thirty (30) calendar days immediately prior to the expiration of this Agreement.
DUES CHECK-OFF. WCPS will deduct from the pay of each employee covered by this Negotiated Agreement all Association dues, provided that at the time of such deduction there is in the possession of the employer a written authorization validly in effect. An employee’s written authorization shall be irrevocable for a period of one (1) year and shall renew itself thereafter, from year to year, subject each year to revocation in writing received by WCPS Management and the Association prior to September 30th, such revocation to be effective on October 15th following. The deductions shall be made in sixteen (16) equal installments beginning with the salary check issued on or about October 30th of each year. In case of resignation within a school year, the balance due that year will be deducted from the final salary check issued to the employee. No later than October 30th of each year, WCPS will provide the Association with a list of those bargaining unit employees who have authorized dues deductions. Except in the event of unforeseen circumstances, WCPS agrees to transmit to the Association, via direct deposit after each pay period all dues, deducted pursuant to this section. The Association will furnish the authorization forms, the design of which will be approved by WCPS. The Association shall accept full liability for any claims of any unit member that arise out of, or by reason of, any action taken by WCPS for the purpose of complying with any provisions of this section.
DUES CHECK-OFF. 6.1 (a) The Employer agrees to deduct monthly dues as assessed by the Association from the salaries of all Members of the Bargaining Unit on a continuing basis.
DUES CHECK-OFF. .01 The Employer shall regularly deduct from the salary and/or wages (inclusive of vacation pay) of each member of the bargaining unit such dues or other assessments as are uniformly and regularly payable by a member of the Union, as certified in writing to the Employer by the Secretary or Treasurer of the Union. The Employer shall remit the amount deducted in accordance with this Article no later than the 15th day of the month following the month in which such deductions were made, and at the same time shall forward a list of names of the persons from whom deductions were made and the amount of each individuals’ earnings and deduction.
DUES CHECK-OFF. The Board shall deduct from the regular paycheck of each member, from whom it received written authorization to do so, the required amount of Union dues. The dues of a list of employees from whom the dues have been deducted, and the amount deducted from each shall be forwarded to the proper Union officer no later than ten (10) days after such deduction was made. Deductions shall continue unless and until authorization is withdrawn by the employee by written notice to the Assistant Superintendent for Finance and the Union Treasurer. If the Board shall comply with the foregoing, the Union shall defend and hold the Board harmless for all such actions.