UNION RECOGNITION Sample Clauses

UNION RECOGNITION. The Employers hereby recognize the Union as the exclusive collective bargaining representative of the Employees in the craft signatory to this Agreement, in respect to rates of pay, wages, hours of employment, fringe benefits, vacations where applicable, and other conditions of employment. The respective Union is hereby recognized hereunder by the Employers as the sole and exclusive bargaining representatives of the Employees represented by them. The respective Union represents that they are qualified for such recognition.
UNION RECOGNITION. Pursuant to the Maine Labor Relations Board certifications dated May 3, 1977, June 30, 1977 and January 5, 1978 and Chapter 695 (Public Law 1985), the Trustees recognize the Maine State Employees Association (MSEA) as the sole and exclusive representative for the purpose of representation and negotiations with respect to wages, hours of work and other conditions of employment included in the Support Services Bargaining Unit. Eligibility in the MSEA-SEIU Income Protection Plan without evidence of insurability requires that individuals make membership to MSEA-SEIU prior to completion of six (6) months of employment since the date of hire. In the event of a dispute between the Parties as to future inclusions or exclusions from the unit resulting from the establishment of new or changed classifications or titles, either Party to this Agreement may apply to the Maine Labor Relations Board for resolution of the dispute. Employees who are employed on a seasonal basis, i.e., for regularly recurring seasonal periods of three (3) months or more, shall be covered by the provisions of this Agreement upon the completion of six (6) months employment subject to any special provisions relating to their employment. In order to qualify, such six (6) months must be worked in not more than three (3) consecutive years and only time in pay status during such seasons shall count. Employment time of persons outside MCC System service who are on acting capacity assignment to a seasonal position, and employment time of persons holding a seasonal intermittent position shall not count towards the completion of such six (6) months. Part-time employees will be covered by the provisions of this Agreement after completion of six (6) months of service except for the provision for dismissal for just cause. The just cause provision for dismissal shall apply after completion of 1,040 compensated hours exclusive of overtime hours. All benefits provided to part time employees shall be prorated. Part-time employees’ work time for the past year shall be reviewed no less frequently than on each anniversary date in order to determine the appropriate prorated benefits level. Temporary, seasonal and on-call employees, excluded by law from the bargaining unit, include project employees, seasonal employees not covered by the preceding paragraphs, persons from outside the MCC System service who are on acting capacity assignment, and intermittent employees. Project employees are employees appointed to...
UNION RECOGNITION. The Board recognizes the Union as the exclusive bargaining representative of all per annum and per monthly employees employed in school lunch or other school food service programs operated and controlled by the Central Board or by a community school board in the titles of School Lunch Helper, Senior School Lunch Helper, School Lunch Aide, Senior School Lunch Aide, School Lunch Assistant, Senior School Lunch Aide (Cook), School Lunch Assistant (Cook) and School Lunch Loader and Handler, excluding those employees performing essentially supervisory functions (hereinafter referred to as "per annum and per monthly employees" or as "employees"). During the term of this Agreement should the Board employ a new title or category of employees having a community of interest with employees in an existing bargaining unit described herein, employees in such new title or category shall be included within the existing unit, and upon request of the Union the parties shall negotiate the terms and conditions of employment for such new title or category of employees; but nothing contained herein shall be construed to require renegotiation of terms and conditions of employment applicable to employees in the existing bargaining unit as a result of the Board's redesignation of the title or category of employees in the unit. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to prevent any Board official from meeting with any employee organization representing school lunch employees for the purpose of hearing the views and proposals of its members, except that, as to matters presented by such organizations which are proper subjects of collective bargaining, the Union shall be informed of the meeting and, as to those matters, any changes or modifications shall be made only through negotiation with the Union. It is understood that all collective bargaining is to be conducted at Board headquarters level. There shall be no negotiation with the Union or its units at any work location or with any other employee group or organization at any other level. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to prevent any individual employee from (1) informally discussing a complaint with his immediate superior or (2) processing a grievance in his own behalf in accordance with the complaint and grievance procedures hereinafter set forth in Article XXI. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to deny to any employee his rights under Section 15 of the New York Civil Rights Law or under applicable civil...
UNION RECOGNITION. The Employer recognizes the Union as the sole and exclusive collective bargaining agent for all persons to whom the Certification issued to the Union on August 15, 1996 applies, including any changes to said Certification made from time to time by the Labour Relations Board of British Columbia, or any of its successors, but excluding those persons expressly excluded by the Labour Relations Board of British Columbia, or any of its successors.