NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL AGREEMENTS Sample Clauses

NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL AGREEMENTS. 20.1 Subject to the National Joint Council By-Laws, agreements concluded by the National Joint Council of the Public Service on items which may be included in a collective agreement, and which the parties to this agreement have endorsed after December 6, 1978, will form part of this collective agreement, subject to the Public Service Labour Relations Act (PSLRA) and any legislation by Parliament that has been or may be, as the case may be, established pursuant to any Act prescribed in Schedule III of the PSLRA.
NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL AGREEMENTS. 20.01 Agreements concluded by the NAV CANADA Joint Council on items which may be included in this Collective Agreement and which the parties to this Collective Agreement endorsed after November 1, 1996 and made in accordance with the terms of the NAV CANADA Joint Council By-laws (as amended from time to time) will form part of this Collective Agreement.
NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL AGREEMENTS. Agreements concluded by the National Joint Council of the Public Service on items which may be included in a collective agreement, and which the parties to this agreement have endorsed after December will form part of this collective agreement, subject to the Public Service Staff Relations Act and any legislation by Parliament that has been or may be, as the case may be, established pursuant to any Act specified in Schedule of the items which may be included in a collective agreement are those items which parties to the agreements have designated as such or upon which the Chairman of the Public Service Staff Relations Board has made a ruling pursuant to of the Memorandum of Understanding which became effective the 6th day of December
NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL AGREEMENTS. Agreements concluded by the National Joint Council of the Public Service on items which may be included in a collective agreement, and which the parties to this agreement have endorsed December will form part of this collective agreement, subject to the Public Service Labour Relations Act and any legislation by Parliament that has been or may be, as the case may be, established pursuant to any Act specified in Section of the items which may be included in a collective agreement are those items which the parties to the agreements have designated as such or upon which the Chairman of the Public Service Labour Relations Board has made a ruling pursuant to clause of the Memorandum of Understanding which became effective December The following directives, policies or regulations, as amended from time to time by National Joint Council recommendation and which have been approved by the Treasury Board of Canada, form part of this Collective Agreement: Bilingualism Bonus Directive Commuting Assistance Directive First Aid to the General Public Allowance for Employees Foreign Service Directives Isolated Posts and Government Housing Directive Motor Vehicle Operations Directive Relocation Directive Occupational Health and Safety Directive Pesticides Directive Public Service Health Care Plan Directive Travel Directive Uniforms Directive Workforce Adjustment Directive Grievances in regard to the above directives, policies or regulations shall be filed in accordance with clause of this Collective Agreement. ARTICLE
NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL AGREEMENTS. Pursuant to the Settlement Agreement of the Parties at the B.C. Labour Relations Board dated October 29, 2013, the FNHA and the Union differ as to whether or not the NJC Directives continue to apply to employees as a matter of law. The parties have agreed to continue the application of the identified NJC Directives to members of the bargaining unit without prejudice to the position of either party pending resolution of their differences through collective bargaining.
NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL AGREEMENTS. EMPLOYEES ON THE PREMISES OF OTHER EMPLOYERS . . ..*.....................................
NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL AGREEMENTS. NO DISCRIMINATION .......................... OTHER LEAVE WITH OR WITHOUT PAY.. PAY ....................................................

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  • Extended Health Care Plan ‌ The Employer shall pay the monthly premium for regular employees entitled to coverage under a mutually acceptable extended health care plan.

  • Requirements Pertaining Only to Federal Grants and Subrecipient Agreements If this Agreement is a grant that is funded in whole or in part by Federal funds:

  • Time Limits to Present Initial Grievance An employee who wishes to present a grievance at Step 2 of the grievance procedure, in the manner prescribed in Article 9.4, must do so not later than thirty (30) days after the date:

  • Function of Joint Health and Safety Committee All incidents involving aggression or violence shall be brought to the attention of the Joint Health and Safety Committee. The Employer agrees that the Joint Health and Safety Committee shall concern itself with all matters relating to violence to staff.

  • NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD CERTIFICATION Contractor certifies that no more than one (1) final unappealable finding of contempt of court by a Federal court has been issued against Contractor within the immediately preceding two-year period because of Contractor's failure to comply with an order of a Federal court, which orders Contractor to comply with an order of the National Labor Relations Board. (Pub. Contract Code §10296) (Not applicable to public entities.)

  • Central Bargaining Committee (a) In central bargaining between the Canadian Union of Public Employees and the participating hospitals, an employee serving on the Union's Central Negotiating Committee shall be paid for time lost from his normal straight time working hours at his regular rate of pay and without loss of leave credits for attending central negotiating meetings with the Hospitals' Central Negotiating Committee in direct negotiations up to the point of arbitration. In addition, an employee serving on the Union’s Central Negotiating Committee shall be paid for time lost from his normal straight time working hours at his regular rate of pay and without loss of leave credits for two (2) days of preparation time for such central negotiating meetings with the Hospital’s Central negotiating Committee. Upon reference to arbitration, the Negotiating Committee members shall receive unpaid time off for the purpose of attending arbitration hearings. It is understood and agreed that the maximum number of Union Central Negotiating Committee members entitled to payment under this provision shall be eight (8), and in no case will more than one employee from a hospital be entitled to such payment. The Union shall advise the Hospitals' Central Negotiating Committee, before negotiations commence, of those employees to be paid under this provision. The Hospitals' Central Negotiating Committee shall advise the eight (8) Hospitals accordingly.