Negotiating Committee. The Hospital agrees to recognize a Negotiating Committee comprised of representatives of the Union for the purpose of negotiating a renewal agreement. The total number of nurses on the Negotiating Committee is set out in the Appendix of Local Provisions, included in this number shall be the Bargaining Unit President. The Hospital agrees to pay members of the Negotiating Committee for time spent during regular working hours in negotiations with the Hospital for a renewal agreement up to, but not including, arbitration. (b) Central Negotiating Team In central bargaining between the Ontario Nurses' Association and the Participating Hospitals, a nurse serving on the Union's Central Negotiating Team shall be paid for time lost from the nurse's regularly scheduled straight time working hours at her or his regular rate of pay, and without loss of leave credits, for attending central negotiating meetings with the Hospitals' Central Negotiating Committee up to, but not including, arbitration. Central Negotiating Team members shall receive unpaid time off for the purpose of preparation for negotiations. The Union will advise the Hospitals concerned, as far in advance as possible, of the dates for which leave is being requested. Upon reference to arbitration, the Central Negotiating Team members shall receive unpaid time off for the purpose of attending arbitration hearings. Time spent on such meetings will not be considered leave under Article 11.02, Leave for Union Business. The maximum number of Central Negotiating Team members entitled to payment under this provision shall be ten (10), and in no case will more than one (1) full-time nurse and one (1) part-time nurse from a hospital be entitled to such payment. The Union shall advise the Hospitals’ Central Negotiating Committee as far in advance as possible, of the names of the nurses to be paid under this provision. The Hospitals’ Central Negotiating Committee will make such request known to the affected hospitals. For any unpaid leave of absence under this provision, a full-time nurse's salary and applicable benefits shall be maintained by the Hospital, and the Union agrees to reimburse the Hospital in the amount of the full cost of such salary. For any unpaid leave of absence under this provision, a part-time nurse's salary and percentage in lieu of fringe benefits shall be maintained by the Hospital, and the Union agrees to reimburse the Hospital in the amount of the full cost of such salary and percentage in ...
Negotiating Committee. The Hospital agrees to recognize a Negotiating Committee comprised of four (4) members to be elected or appointed from the bargaining unit. The purpose of the Negotiating Committee shall be to negotiate a renewal of this Collective Agreement. The Hospital agrees that the members of the Negotiating Committee shall suffer no loss of earnings for time spent during their regular scheduled working hours in attending negotiating meetings with the Hospital up to, and including, conciliation.
Negotiating Committee. The Union Bargaining Committee shall consist of four (4) bargaining unit employees. Members of the negotiating team shall be granted paid administrative leave for the time of each negotiating session. Paid administrative leave shall be limited to eight (8) hours for each day of negotiations. The Highway Patrol will assign persons assigned to the bargaining team to the day shift with weekends off. If negotiations are suspended for any extensive period of time, the members of the negotiating team will be returned to their normal work schedule. Administrative leave shall be limited to a total of one hundred and sixty (160) hours for each employee involved in the negotiations process. Each member of the Union Bargaining Team will each receive five (5) eight (8) hour days with paid leave to prepare for negotiations. All travel, lodging, and meal expenses of the employees involved shall be the responsibility of the employee organization. Members of the Union's bargaining team shall not use State vehicles for transportation to bargaining sessions.
Negotiating Committee. The Employer agrees to recognize a negotiating committee comprised of two (2) Nurses for the purpose of negotiating a renewal agreement. The Employer agrees to pay members of the negotiating committee for time spent in negotiations with the Employer up to but not including Arbitration.
Negotiating Committee. The Employer agrees to recognize and deal with a Negotiating Committee of not more than two (2) employees who shall be regular employees of the Employer in the Bargaining Unit, not from the same department, along with Representatives of the International Union for the purpose of negotiating a renewal of this Collective Agreement. Members of the Negotiating Committee shall not lose their regular straight time earnings for attending negotiation meetings with the Employer during their regularly scheduled working hours, up to the time that an Application for Conciliation is made.
Negotiating Committee. The Employer agrees to recognize a Negotiating Committee comprised of two (2) representatives of the Association, one (1) of whom shall be the Bargaining Unit President or designate, for the purpose of negotiating a Collective Agreement or renewal. The Employer agrees to compensate the members of the Negotiating Committee for loss of salary incurred for regular time spent during regular working hours in negotiations with the Employer for a renewal Agreement up to, but not including arbitration.
Negotiating Committee. The Union has the right to appoint a Negotiating Committee. Employees or DSPs to a maximum of three (3) on the committee will be paid by the Employer to a maximum of forty(40) hours per employee or DSP, at their regular straight-time hourly rates for all time spent on negotiating the collective agreement and wage and benefit reviews with the Employer, whenever this takes place during the regular working hours of the employees or DSPs concerned. STRIKES OR LOCKOUTS