Common use of Integrity of the Bargaining Unit Clause in Contracts

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.

Appears in 8 contracts

Samples: dbm.maryland.gov, dbm.maryland.gov, dbm.maryland.gov

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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 oflimiting overtime opportunities for bargaining unit employees except when fiscal or operational exigencies necessitate.

Appears in 3 contracts

Samples: marylandreporter.com, marylandreporter.com, dbm.maryland.gov

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 statutory 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 advance. Supervisors will not be assigned posts for the purpose of limiting overtime opportunities for bargaining unit employees except when fiscal or operational exigencies necessitate . If a proposed contract with a private vendor to provide services in a State operated facility is not exempt under any of the specific exemptions provided in law, the contract may only be presented to the Board of Public Works for approval if: (1) the contracting agency has provided DBM with an analysis of the cost of the contract that shows that it will save the State at least $200,000 or 20% of the value of the contract, whichever is less; and (2) DBM finds that the economic advantage of the contract is not outweighed by the preference to use State employees to perform all State functions in State operated facilities. At least 60 days before issuing a solicitation for a nonexempt service contract to provide services in a State operated facility a State agency must notify the Union of the nature of the work to be performed, the contracting procedures and timetables, and the rights of State employees as provided by law.

Appears in 3 contracts

Samples: Memorandum of Understanding, dbm.maryland.gov, dbm.maryland.gov

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 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.

Appears in 2 contracts

Samples: www.afscmemd.org, www.afscmemd.org

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 statutory 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 advance. Supervisors will not be assigned posts for the purpose of limiting overtime opportunities for bargaining unit employees except when fiscal or operational exigencies necessitate.

Appears in 2 contracts

Samples: dbm.maryland.gov, dbm.maryland.gov

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 statutory 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 advance. Supervisors will not be assigned posts for the purpose of limiting overtime opportunities for bargaining unit employees except when fiscal or operational exigencies necessitate. If a proposed contract with a private vendor to provide services in a State operated facility is not exempt under any of the specific exemptions provided in law, the contract may only be presented to the Board of Public Works for approval if: (1) the contracting agency has provided DBM with an analysis of the cost of the contract that shows that it will save the State at least $200,000 or 20% of the value of the contract, whichever is less; and (2) DBM finds that the economic advantage of the contract is not outweighed by the preference to use State employees to perform all State functions in State operated facilities. At least 60 days before issuing a solicitation for a nonexempt service contract to provide services in a State operated facility a State agency must notify the Union of the nature of the work to be performed, the contracting procedures and timetables, and the rights of State employees as provided by law.

Appears in 2 contracts

Samples: dbm.maryland.gov, pilot.dbm.maryland.gov

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 Unionwith 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.

Appears in 1 contract

Samples: www.afscmemd.org

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 statutory 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 advance. Supervisors will not be assigned posts for the purpose of limiting overtime opportunities for bargaining unit employees except when fiscal or operational exigencies necessitate . If a proposed contract with a private vendor to provide services in a State operated facility is not exempt under any of the specific exemptions provided in law, the contract may only be presented the to the Board of Public Works for approval if: (1) the contracting agency has provided DBM with an analysis of the cost of the contract that shows that it will save the State at least $200,000 or 20% of the value of the contract, whichever is less; and (2) DBM finds that the economic advantage of the contract is not outweighed by the preference to use State employees to perform all State functions in State operated facilities. At least 60 days before issuing a solicitation for a nonexempt service contract to provide services in a State operated facility a State agency must notify the Union of the nature of the work to be performed, the contracting procedures and timetables, and the rights of State employees as provided by law.

Appears in 1 contract

Samples: dbm.maryland.gov

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 statutory 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 advance. Supervisors will not be assigned posts for the purpose of limiting overtime opportunities for bargaining unit employees except when fiscal or operational exigencies necessitate. If a proposed contract with a private vendor to provide services in a State operated facility is not exempt under any of the specific exemptions provided in law, the contract may only be presented the to the Board of Public Works for approval if: (1) the contracting agency has provided DBM with an analysis of the cost of the contract that shows that it will save the State at least $200,000 or 20% of the value of the contract, whichever is less; and (2) DBM finds that the economic advantage of the contract is not outweighed by the preference to use State employees to perform all State functions in State operated facilities. At least 60 days before issuing a solicitation for a nonexempt service contract to provide services in a State operated facility a State agency must notify the Union of the nature of the work to be performed, the contracting procedures and timetables, and the rights of State employees as provided by law.

Appears in 1 contract

Samples: dbm.maryland.gov