PREAMBLE AND PURPOSE Sample Clauses

PREAMBLE AND PURPOSE. This Agreement is made between the Pacific Northwest Region- al Council of Carpenters (herein referred to as the Union), and members of the Northwest Wall & Ceiling Contractors Association (herein referred to as the Employer) . The Union and the Employer recognize and agree that the discrimination against and/or the ha- rassment of an employee as defined by local, state and federal laws is adverse to the interest of both the Union and the Employer . The parties agree that such discrimination and/or harassment is strictly prohibited . The purposes of this Agreement are to establish harmonious rela- tions and uniform conditions of employment; to promote the settle- ment of labor disagreements by consultation and arbitration; to pre- vent, where possible, strikes and lockouts; to utilize more fully the facilities of the Apprenticeship and Training Program; to promote efficiency and economy in the performance of all work covered by this Agreement and encourage a spirit of helpful cooperation be- tween the Employer and Employee to their mutual advantage and the protection of the investing public .
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PREAMBLE AND PURPOSE. This Agreement is made by and between the Board of Regents of the University of Washington, hereinafter referred to as the Employer, and the Service Employees International Union, Local 925, hereinafter referred to as the Union. The Employer is the Board of Regents of the University of Washington acting through its agents, administrators, and supervisors as determined by the Board of Regents. Provisions of this Agreement apply to those regular monthly employees who are employed at the University of Washington in classifications included in the University-wide Nonsupervisory bargaining unit, University-wide Supervisory bargaining unit, Healthcare Professional/Laboratory Technical bargaining unit, Research Technologist bargaining unit, and Research Technologist Supervisor bargaining unit (see Appendix I). Regular temporary employees shall be covered per Appendix VI. The purpose of this Agreement is to set forth certain terms and conditions of employment and to promote orderly and peaceful labor relations between the parties. The parties agree that it has been and will be their mutual aim to promote systematic and effective employee-management cooperation; fair and reasonable working conditions; effective methods for the prompt adjustment of differences, misunderstandings, and disputes; and dignified and fair treatment of employees in the implementation of all policies and procedures.
PREAMBLE AND PURPOSE. This Agreement is made and entered into by and between the State of Michigan and its principal Departments and Agencies (hereinafter referred to as the "Employer"), through the Office of the State Employer, and the Michigan Corrections Organization, Service Employees International Union, Local 526M, CTW, as exclusive representative of employees employed by the State of Michigan (as set forth specifically in the recognition clause) hereinafter referred to as the "Union".It is the purpose and intent of the parties hereto that this Agreement:
PREAMBLE AND PURPOSE. This Agreement, entered into by and between the City of Bellevue, hereinafter referred to as “Employer” and Ohio Council 8 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Local #2571, AFL-CIO, hereinafter referred to as “Union,” has as its purpose: • the promotion of harmonious relations between the parties; • the establishment of equitable and peaceful procedures for the resolution of differences in the application and interpretation of this contract; and • the establishment of salaries, wages, hours of work; and all other terms and conditions of employment as provided herein for all employees in the bargaining unit as defined herein.
PREAMBLE AND PURPOSE. 1ARTICLE 2RECOGNITION................................................................1Section ARepresentation Unit .........................................................1Section BState Employer ................................................................3ARTICLE 3INTEGRITY OF THE BARGAINING UNIT ......................4Section ABargaining Unit Work Performed by Non-Bargaining Unit Employees................................................................4Section BBargaining Unit Work Performed by Supervision ............4Section CWorking Out of Class .......................................................5Section DNew, Abolished or Revised Classifications......................5Section EContracting and Sub-Contracting ....................................5ARTICLE 4UNION SECURITY ..........................................................6Section ADues Deductions..............................................................6Section BRevocation .......................................................................7Section CMaintenance of Membership ...........................................7Section DRepresentation Fee Deductions ......................................8Section ENew Employees ...............................................................9Section FEnforcement Procedure ...................................................9Section GRemittance and Accounting .............................................10Section HUnit Information Provided to the Union ............................10Section IAid to Other Unions..........................................................11ARTICLE 5UNION RIGHTS...............................................................11Section ABulletin Boards.................................................................11Section BMail Service .....................................................................12Section CUnion Information Packet ................................................13Section DUnion Presentation ..........................................................13Section EUnion Office Space ..........................................................14Section FUnion Meetings on State Premises .................................15Section GTelephone Directory ........................................................15Section HAccess to Premises by AFSCME Staff ............................15Section IAccess to Computers.......................................................16ARTICLE 6MANAGEMENT RIGHTS .................
PREAMBLE AND PURPOSE. In accordance with provisions of the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 and the Executive Order 12871, this agreement is made between the American Federation of Government Employees Local 2831, hereinafter, referred to as the “Union” and the USDA, Rural Development, State of New Jersey, hereinafter, referred to as the “Employer”. It is the intent and purpose of the parties to promote and improve the efficiency of mission operations and the well being of bargaining unit employees.Through this agreement, the parties establish a basic understanding relative to personnel policies and practices, employee working conditions, methods and means of performing the work, and any other negotiable matters. This agreement is also established as a means to assure amicable discussion and adjustment of matters of mutual interest.
PREAMBLE AND PURPOSE. The Illinois Educational Labor Relations Act (IELRA) recognizes the attainment of educational objectives is a joint responsibility and requires mutual understanding and cooperation of the Board, the Administration and the Association. In an effort to promote orderly and constructive relationships between educational employers and employees, the IELRA has established a framework for collective bargaining. The Board and the Association have the authority and duty to bargain collectively with respect to wages and other terms and conditions of employment as specified by the IELRA. Curriculum and other instructional issues, as well as the employment and promotion of personnel are excluded as negotiable items. To foster a harmonious relationship that best serves the public interest, the Board and the Association shall engage in meaningful, good faith negotiations. “Good faith” is defined as the mutual responsibility of the Board and Association to deal with each other openly and fairly and to sincerely endeavor to reach agreement on items subject to negotiation by this Agreement. This Agreement is further established to resolve any problems that arise, thus promoting better relations between the Board and the Association, and contributing to a more positive educational climate for the benefit of the students and the community.
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