Integrity of the Bargaining Unit Sample Clauses

Integrity of the Bargaining Unit. Unless otherwise provided by law, the Employer recognizes the integrity of the bargaining unit and will act consistently with the current policy to use State employees to perform all State functions in State operated facilities in preference to contracting out with the private sector. In the event the Employer proposes to use non-bargaining unit individuals to displace continuing bargaining unit positions, it will provide the Union with notice at the earliest opportunity, but normally notify the union at least sixty (60) days in advance (unless circumstances require a shorter notice) and be available to meet with the Union within one week after the notice is sent. Supervisors will not be assigned posts for the purpose of limiting overtime opportunities for bargaining unit employees except when fiscal or operational exigencies necessitate.
Integrity of the Bargaining Unit. As provided in this Agreement, Bargaining Unit work will normally be performed by Bargaining Unit employees and the Employer will not assign work for the sole purpose of reducing or eroding the Bargaining Unit. Consistent with Article 4, Section 1., the State may continue to assign tasks performed in part by Bargaining Unit members to persons outside the Bargaining Unit where such assignment is an ongoing customary practice at that work location, or is due to improvements in work routines or systems, technological innovations, or similar efficiency measures, but shall not be done for the purpose of undermining the status of the Union as exclusive bargaining agent.The Employer may utilize intern programs, work experience programs, resident programs, volunteer programs, and/or seasonal programs of the kind currently employed in facilities in this Bargaining Unit. The primary purpose of such programs shall be to supplement ongoing activities or to provide training opportunities. Non-employee participants in such programs shall not be used to avoid recall of Bargaining Unit employees on layoff.The Employer recognizes that the integrity of the Bargaining Unit is of significant concern to the Union. In accordance with Section A. of Article 14 (Layoff and Recall Procedure), the Employer shall inform the Union of the economic or programmatic reasons for changes in work routines or systems that result in layoff or attrition of positions.
Integrity of the Bargaining Unit. The Employer recognizes the integrity of the Bar- gaining Unit, and will not take any action directed at eroding it. The Employer will assign Bargaining Unit work to Bargaining Unit Employees. Should the Em- ployer determine that subcontracting Bargaining Unit work is in the best interests of the School Board due to economics or greater efficiency, the Employer shall notify the Union and provide justification and substantia- tion for such proposal. Upon request from the Union, the parties shall meet for the purpose of consultation concerning any proposed sub-contracting.
Integrity of the Bargaining Unit. The Board and/or its designee recognizes the integrity of the bargaining unit, and will not take any action directed at eroding it. The Board and/or its designee will assign bargaining unit work to bargaining unit employees; however, the employment of substitute, temporary or emergency employees to supplement bargaining employee’s work on a temporary basis shall not be considered an erosion of the bargaining unit.
Integrity of the Bargaining Unit. The Board recognizes the integrity of the Bargaining unit, and shall not take any action directed at eroding it. The Board shall assign Bargaining Unit work to Bargaining Unit Members. The Board and its representatives shall not negotiate with any other labor organization or individual members on matters pertaining to the maximum number of credit hours, compensation, working conditions and fringe benefits of eligible adjunct instructors.
Integrity of the Bargaining Unit. The Employer recognizes the integrity of the Bargaining Unit, and will not take any action directed at eroding it. The Employer will assign Bargaining Unit work to Bargaining Unit employees, however, the employment of substitute, temporary or emergency personnel to supplement bargaining employee's work on a temporary basis shall not be considered an erosion of the bargaining unit. Nothing in this Agreement shall prohibit the District from using other staff to transport students in District vehicles that do not require a school bus driver’s license or permit.
Integrity of the Bargaining Unit. The Employer recognizes the integrity of the bargaining unit and will not take any action having the effect of eroding bargaining unit work. Subject to the provisions of this Agreement, the Employer will continue to endeavor to assign bargaining unit work to bargaining unit employees.
Integrity of the Bargaining Unit. Subject to the provisions of this Agreement, the Employer shall continue to en- deavor to assign work to bargaining unit employees. The Employer may continue its practice of assigning part-time employees to perform bargaining unit work. On a non- permanent basis, the Employer may assign bargaining work to employees outside the unit.
Integrity of the Bargaining Unit. In the event the Employer proposes to use non-bargaining unit individuals to displace continuing bargaining unit positions, it will provide the Union with notice at the earliest opportunity, but normally at least seventy-five (75) days in advance. Commanders will not be assigned bargaining unit work for the purpose of limiting overtime opportunities for bargaining unit employees except when fiscal or operational exigencies necessitate.
Integrity of the Bargaining Unit. The Employer recognizes that the integrity of the bargaining unit is of significant concern to the employees and the Union. Bargaining unit work shall, except as provided below, be performed by bargaining unit employees. The Employer shall not assign bargaining unit work to employees outside of the bargaining unit except in the case of emergency, temporary work relief or to the extent that such work is a part of their duties as provided in the Civil Service class specifications or to the extent that such assignment is a matter of customary practice. In no event shall such assignments be made for the purpose of reducing or eroding the Scientific and Engineering bargaining unit.