Employer Union Relations Sample Clauses

Employer Union Relations. 7.1 Representation at Meetings with the Employer No employee or group of employees shall undertake to represent the Union at meetings with the Employer without the proper authorization of the Union. To implement this, the Union shall supply the Employer with the names of its officers and, similarly, the Employer shall supply the Union with a list of its supervisory or other personnel with whom the Union may be required to transact business.
Employer Union Relations. 7.01 The Employer will grant Union Representatives access to its premises for a specific purpose provided prior approval has been obtained. When investigating a grievance for the purpose of meeting with the Grievor or his immediate supervisor, an appointment with the grieving Employee or his immediate supervisor will be obtained through the Chief Administrative Officer. The foregoing approval shall not be unreasonably denied.
Employer Union Relations. Union Dues
Employer Union Relations. 4.01 (a) The Employer agrees that access to its premises will be granted to members of the staff of the Union when dealing or negotiating with the Employer, as well as for the purpose of investigating and assisting in the settlement of a grievance. Members of the Union shall notify the designated supervisory official in advance of their intention and their purpose for entering and shall not interfere with the operation of the department or section concerned. They will be required to sign in upon arrival and be accompanied by a steward. In order to facilitate the orderly, as well as the confidential investigation of grievances, the Employer where possible will make available to union representatives or stewards, temporary use of an office or similar facility. Discussions will not be carried on in the presence of clients.
Employer Union Relations. 7.01 All correspondence between the parties, arising out of this Collective Agreement or incidental thereto, shall pass to and from the Employer and the President of the Union.
Employer Union Relations. 7.1 Labour-Management Committee A Labour-Management Committee shall be established, consisting of two (2) employees and two (2) representatives of the Employer. The Union shall appoint one (1) alternate representative. On the written request of any of its members(s), the Labour Management Committee shall meet at least once every two (2) months during the term of this Agreement, to discuss issues relating to the workplace that affect the Parties or any employee bound by this Agreement, The purpose of the Labour Management Committee is to promote the cooperative resolution of the workplace issues, to respond and adapt to changes in the economy, to foster the development of work related skills and to promote workplace productivity. Employees shall receive their basic rate of pay for time spent in attendance at the Labour management Committee.
Employer Union Relations. 7.0.1 The University and the MSA commit to the goal of a positive labour relations culture, recognizing that the University’s role is to manage in the best interests of the University community and MSA’s role is to represent the collective interests of the bargaining unit.
Employer Union Relations. 8.01 The Employer will grant Union Representatives access to its premises for a specific purpose provided prior approval has been obtained through the Human Resources Department. The foregoing approval shall not be unreasonably denied.
Employer Union Relations. 7.01 ESTABLISHMENT OF COMMITTEE A Labour Management Committee shall be established consisting of three (3) representatives of the Union and the same number representing the Employer. Both parties may appoint alternative members. This Committee shall enjoy the full support of both parties in the interests of improved service to the public, and job security for the employees.