LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES. A. The State and SEIU encourage the use of Labor Management Committees to address issues of mutual concern in a problem solving context. Upon request of either party, a Labor/Management Committee (JLMC) shall be established to address specific or ongoing issues such as:
LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES. Both the Employer and the Union have an interest in maximizing the effectiveness of operations, the delivery of quality services and the promotion of satisfied work forces. To further this interest, the parties endorse the labor-management committee process as an appropriate means to identify and understand workplace issues and develop viable solutions. The Union and the Employer intend to xxxxxx an ongoing, communicative relationship in which the parties are encouraged to speak freely and resolve issues within the labor-management forum. The Employer and the Union shall cooperate in using training and other mutually agreed upon methods, within available resources, to assist statewide, department and local level LMCs to be effective. The number of attendees at each level shall be mutually agreed to and meetings will take place on work time.
LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES. 8.01 - Agency Committees In each Agency, there shall be a statewide committee consisting of an equal number of Union and Employer representatives. In each Agency that operates with institutions/geographic districts or regions, there shall be a committee consisting of an equal number of Union and Employer representatives per institution/geographic district or region unless otherwise mutually agreed upon by the parties. The Statewide Agency Committee will meet at least two (2) times per year but shall receive, upon request, quarterly progress reports. The institution/geographic district or region committee shall meet at least four (4) times per year.
LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES. 11.01 - Objective It is the objective of the Employer and the Association to maintain the highest standards of public service and professionalism which is to be fostered by the establishment of labor/management committees. The purpose of these committees is to provide a means for continuing communication between the parties and for promoting a climate of constructive employee-Employer relations. Issues shall be resolved in a timely manner with any deadlines set mutually agreed upon by both Association and management representatives. Labor/Management Committee meetings and agenda items shall be initiated by a letter from the designated management representative to the Association representative or from the designated Association representative to the designated management representative. Agenda items will be discussed and agreed upon by these representatives no later than fourteen (14) calendar days prior to the meeting. No agreement may be reached on any matter that would alter in any way the terms of this Agreement. Neither party has an obligation to resolve the issues raised. Persons who are specialists in the subject matter under discussion may be brought into the committee by mutual agreement of the parties. Should either party wish to schedule additional meetings, such meetings shall be at the mutual consent of the parties. Upon mutual agreement of the Labor/Management Committee, additional subcommittees may be formed to meet on issues designated by the Labor/Management Committee. Scheduling of work hours is an appropriate subject for discussion by Agency Labor/Management Committees.
LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES. A. The parties have jointly recognized that the creation of an effective Labor-Management Committee requires trust and commitment and open channels of communication. We believe that our working relationship will be enhanced by the creation of a Labor-Management Committee. The purpose of the committee shall be to:
LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES. 15.1 It is the intent of the Union to carry out its collective bargaining responsibility as an organization recognized as a collective bargaining representative by the City. To this end, the City agrees to confer with officials of the Union on matters subject to collective bargaining. The Union agrees that all representations made on its behalf by its agents shall have the same force and effect as if made by the Union itself, and that notices or other communications exchanged between the City and the Union or its agents shall have the same force and effect as if made by the Union itself.