Dues Deduction. During the term of this Agreement, the Employer shall deduct an amount equal to the Union’s uniform monthly dues or agency fees from the pay of each member of the Union who voluntarily executes a wage assignment authorization form. Upon request, the Employer shall deduct an initiation fee and any additional dues amounts as specified by the Union and authorized by the employee. When filed with the Employer, the authorization form will be honored in accordance with its terms. Deductions will be promptly transmitted to the Union by electronic transfer. Upon electronic transfer of funds to the Union, the Employer’s responsibility shall cease with respect to such deductions. The Union and each employee authorizing the assignment of wages for the payment of Union dues hereby undertakes to indemnify and hold the Employer harmless from all claims, demands, suits and other forms of liability that may arise against the Employer for or on account of any deduction made from the wages of such employee.
Dues Deduction. Pursuant to 4117.09(B) of the Ohio Revised Code, the City agrees to deduct Lodge membership dues in the amount certified by the Lodge to the City, the first payperiod of each month, from the pay of any Lodge member requesting such deduction. The City also agrees to deduct Lodge initiation fees and assessments, in the amount certified by the Lodge to the City, the first payperiod of each month in which such fees and assessments are due, from the pay of any appropriate Lodge member. If a deduction is desired, the member shall sign a payroll deduction form which shall be furnished by the Lodge and presented to the appropriate payroll clerk. The City agrees to furnish to the Financial Secretary of the Lodge, once each calendar month, a warrant in the aggregate amount of the deduction made for that calendar month, together with a listing of the members for whom deductions were made. The actual dues amount to be deducted shall be based on a uniform amount for each member (or some other system that can be implemented through the City's payroll system). The Lodge will give the City thirty (30) days notice of any change in the amount of dues to be deducted. Dues shall be withheld and remitted to the Financial Secretary of the Lodge unless or until such time as the City receives a notice of revocation of dues checkoff from a member, or notice of a member's death, transfer from covered employment, termination of covered employment, or when there are insufficient funds available in the member's earnings after withholding all other legally-required deductions. Information concerning dues not deducted under this Article shall be forwarded to the Financial Secretary of the Lodge, and this action will discharge the City's only responsibility with regard to such cases; there will be no retroactive deduction of such dues from future earnings. If an excessive deduction is made from a member's check and those funds have been forwarded to the Lodge, the Lodge shall refund directly to the member(s) any such excess amount. The City shall continue providing the Lodge with three (3) additional payroll deduction spaces for the purpose of the Lodge providing additional member benefits. As needed, the Lodge may request additional payroll deduction space(s). Such request(s) shall not be unreasonably denied.
Dues Deduction. 3.04 The Employer agrees to deduct and forward to the Financial Secretary of the Local Union—upon receipt of a voluntary written authorization—the additional working dues from the pay of each IBEW member. The amount to be deducted shall be the amount specified in the approved Local Union Bylaws. Such amount shall be certified to the Employer by the Local Union upon request by the Employer.
Dues Deduction. During the term of this Agreement, the Board agrees to deduct from the monthly check of each Faculty member, upon receipt of an initial written authorization from that Faculty member or subsequently certified by the Association in succeeding years, the amount required for Association membership. Such authorization must be received by the University’s Director of Human Resources (or designee) by the fifteenth day of the first month for which the deduction shall be made and can only be revoked by written notice to the Association Treasurer and the Director of Human Resources or designee. The Board agrees to remit such deductions by the first (1st) day of the succeeding month to the Treasurer of the Association. If a Faculty member has no earnings due for a given pay period, the Association shall be responsible for collecting such Faculty member’s amount due for that period. The Association will notify the University’s Director of Human Resources (or designee) of the exact amount of the regular monthly membership amount due to be deducted within fifteen (15) days of the date this Agreement is executed, and thereafter within fifteen (15) days of the start of each academic year. The amount of said deduction shall not be subject to change for the duration of the academic year. If an improper deduction is made, and paid to the Association, the Association shall refund any such amount directly to the Faculty member involved. The Association shall indemnify and hold harmless the Board, its members, officers, agents and employees from and against any and all claims, demands, actions, complaints, suits or other forms of liability (monetary or otherwise) that arise out of or by reason of any non- negligent action taken or not taken by the Board for the purpose of complying with the above provisions of this dues deduction section or in reliance on any list, notice, certification, affidavit, or assignment furnished under any of such provisions, and the Association shall defend such action, at its own expense and through its own counsel, provided that:
Dues Deduction. Section 1. The Employer agrees to deduct the Union membership dues, an annual assessment, and an initiation fee, from the pay of those employees who individually request in writing that such deductions be made. The signature of the employee on a properly completed Union dues deduction authorization card shall constitute the only necessary authorization to begin payroll deductions of said dues. The Union shall certify to the Employer the rate at which Union dues are to be deducted, and dues at this rate shall be deducted from all compensation paid. The aggregate deductions of all employees shall be remitted together with an itemized statement to the Union by the last day of the succeeding month, after such deductions are made. Except as otherwise provided in Article 2 of this Agreement, the authorization shall be irrevocable during the term of this Agreement. When revoked by the employee in accordance with Article 2, the agency shall halt the check-off of dues effective the first full pay period following the expiration of this Agreement.
Dues Deduction. (a) Upon written, electronic or recorded voice request from an employee, monthly Union dues plus any additional voluntary Union deductions shall be deducted from the employee’s salary and remitted to the Union. Additionally, upon written notice from the Union, authorized increases in Union dues in the form of special assessments, shall be deducted from the employee’s salary and remitted to the Union according to this Section. Such notice shall include the amount and duration of the authorized special assessment(s). All applications or cancellations of membership shall be submitted by the employee to the Union. Any written applications for Union membership and/or authorizations for Union dues and/or other deductions or for dues cancellations which an Agency receives shall be promptly forwarded to the Union. The Union will maintain the written, electronic and recorded voice authorization records and will provide copies to the Employer upon request.
Dues Deduction. 1. The Employer agrees to deduct the regular monthly Union dues and initiation fees uniformly required as a condition of membership in the Union on a weekly basis from the wages of each employee covered by this collective bargaining Agreement who has completed thirty (30) days of employment and has provided the Employer with a voluntary individual written authorization to make such deductions on a form that has been mutually agreed upon by the Employer and the Union. Such deductions as referenced above, shall include political contributions and, by mutual agreement, weekly deductions for deposits or payments to a local credit union. The political contribution authorization may be either a separate authorization or one that has been combined with the dues deduction authorization. Such deductions, when authorized, shall be made from the net wages due an employee each weekly pay period, and shall be transmitted to the Union's office no later than the twelfth (12th) day of the month following the month in which such deductions were made. The deduction shall be expressly limited to regular monthly Union dues, initiation fees and political contributions only and the Employer shall have no obligation of whatsoever nature to make deductions for any other purpose, including but not limited to, reinstatement fees, special dues, special assessments, fines, strike funds or other assessments.
Dues Deduction. Upon receipt of a written and signed authorization form from an employee, the Employer shall deduct the amount of Union dues and initiation fees, if any, set forth in such form and any authorized increase thereof, and shall remit such deductions monthly to the Secretary-Treasurer of Laborers’ Local 773 at the address designated by the Union in accordance with the laws of the State of Illinois. The Union shall advise the Employer of any increase in dues, in writing, at least thirty (30) days prior to its effective date. The two (2) dues authorization forms to be signed by each employee may be found in Appendix “A” of this Agreement.
Dues Deduction. The Union shall have the exclusive right to payroll deductions for employees included within the applicable bargaining unit and subject to the following provisions: The employer agrees to deduct the Union biweekly membership dues, service fees, and benefit premiums from the pay of those employees who individually request in writing that such deductions be made. The amounts to be deducted shall be certified to the employer by the Treasurer of the Union, and the aggregate deductions of all employees shall be submitted together with an itemized statement to the Union by the last day of the succeeding month, after such deductions are made. The employee's written authorization for payroll deductions shall contain the employee's name, Social Security number, agency in which employed, work location, Union name and Council number. Such authorization shall be transmitted by an authorized representative of Council #93 clerk or by the employee directly to the State Controller through the applicable agency payroll officer. The Union shall indemnify and hold the employer harmless against any and all claims, suits, orders or judgments brought or issued against the employer as the result of the action taken or not taken by the employer under the provisions of this Article.