LABOR/MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES Sample Clauses

LABOR/MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES. Section 1. Labor/Management Committees The parties recognize that the holding of periodic meetings for the exchange of views and information contributes to the effectiveness of the labor/management relationship. Therefore, the parties shall establish Labor/Management Committees (LMC), in accordance with the provisions in this Article, for the purpose of addressing matters of concern in the areas of personnel policies, practices, conditions of employment, and other matters affecting employees. Each LMC will be co-chaired by one member from labor and one member from management.
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LABOR/MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES. A. Statewide There shall be established a Labor-Management Committee comprised of five (5) members appointed by MSEA-SEIU (MSEA-SEIU president or designee and one representative from each of the bargaining units) and five (5) members selected by the Governor to address workplace concerns or other matters assigned to the committee with the approval of the State Office of Employee Relations and MSEA-SEIU. The committee will be co-chaired by labor and management, and the chairs will agree on an agenda before each meeting. Meetings will be held periodically, although either chair may call special meetings with the concurrence of the other chair. There should be at least two
LABOR/MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES. A. Statewide The Labor/Management Committee established by the previous contracts shall continue. Committee members may participate in the work of the Committee during working hours without loss of pay.
LABOR/MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES. A. Statewide There shall be established a Labor/Management Committee comprised of five (5) members appointed by MSEA-SEIU (MSEA-SEIU president or designee and one (1) representative from each of the bargaining units) and five (5) members selected by the Governor to address workplace concerns or other matters assigned to the committee with the approval of the State Office of Employee Relations and MSEA-SEIU. The committee will be co-chaired by labor and management, and the chairs will agree on an agenda before each meeting. Meetings will be held periodically, although either chair may call special meetings with the concurrence of the other chair. There should be at least two (2) meetings each year. Committee members may participate in Committee meetings during working hours without loss of pay or benefits including necessary travel time. Any action taken by the committee will be by mutual agreement and approval by the State Office of Employee Relations and MSEA-SEIU. The labor/management committee has no authority to add to, delete from, or modify this agreement or requirements established by statewide policy.
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. 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. ‌ The Association and the Employer recognize the importance of cooperation among everyone employed at a facility in maintaining an effective program, and encourage facilities to establish Labor-Management Committees consisting of Employer representatives, teachers chosen by the Association, and interested members of other bargaining units. The purpose of the committees shall be to share ideas and concerns as to the operation of the facility within the confines of contract language and available resources.
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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. The purpose of labor/management committees is to improve quality and efficiency in the work processes through xxxxx and open discussion of those concerns and problems that impede the workflow. Upon request of the Union and with the concurrence of the department head or designee, a labor/management committee may be established by mutual agreement to address specific or ongoing issues. Such committees may be established according to the following guidelines:
LABOR/MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES. The City and Union agree to hold labor-management meetings as necessary. These meetings will be called upon request of either party to discuss any subject of a general nature affecting employees covered by this Agreement. The purpose of departmental labor-management meetings is to deal with matters of general concern to the Union and a particular department. It is understood that such meetings are consultative in nature.
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