Agency service fee definition

Agency service fee means a fee for representation in collective bargaining not exceeding labor organization dues, payable to a labor organization which is the exclusive representative for employees in a bargaining unit from individuals who are not members of the labor organization.
Agency service fee. Fair-share fee” means a fee for representation in collective bargaining not exceeding employee organization dues, payable to an employee organization which is the exclusive bargaining agent for employees in a bargaining unit from individuals who are not members of the employee organization

Examples of Agency service fee in a sentence

  • Effective / / I hereby request and authorized you to deduct Agency Service Fee (ASF) from my earnings each pay period in equal installments.

  • The District agrees to require that all employees, except those employees certified as members to the Committee by the Association, pay annually or by dues deduction to the Association as of the thirtieth (30th) day subsequent to the effective date of this Agreement, or thirty (30) days subsequent to the execution of this Agreement, whichever is later, an Agency Service Fee.

  • Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 463 of the Acts of 1970 accepted by the City Council, all employees covered by the Agreement who are not members of the Union will be required as a condition of employment to pay to the Union, weekly, an Agency Service Fee, equal to, but not in excess of weekly dues.

  • As a condition of employment, members of the bargaining unit who are not members of the Greater Lawrence Regional Teachers Federation, Local 1707, American Federation of Teachers (AFT), AFT Massachusetts, AFL-CIO, shall complete an Application for Agency Service Fee (ASF), (See Appendix E), and shall pay to the Greater Lawrence Regional Teachers Federation an Agency Service Fee.


More Definitions of Agency service fee

Agency service fee. Any person who is hired is not required to join the Union. However, if this person is hired, he/she, enjoying the benefits of the bargaining unit, must be assessed an agency service fee which will be equal to the Union dues paid by the members of the bargaining unit. This amount of the agency service fee shall be deducted from the employee's gross pay every week and shall be transmitted to the Union. In consideration of the Town's entering into this Collective Bargaining Agreement, which agreement includes a dues deduction and agency service fee provision, the Union hereby agrees to indemnify the said Town and hold it harmless from any and all claims, demands, suits or other liabilities or costs to the Town which arise out of, or by reason of, entering into or enforcement of said provision or which arise out of any payroll deduction of dues and agency service fees or any other action of the Town for the purposes of complying with this Article. The employer agrees to deduct from wages of an employee who is a member of the Union a PEOPLE deduction as provided for in a written authorization. Such authorization must be executed by the employee and may be revoked by the employee at any time by giving written notice to the employer and the union. The employer agrees to remit, once each month, any deductions made pursuant to this provision to the agent or address provided by the union, together with an itemized statement showing the name of each employee from whose pay such deductions have been made and the amount deducted during the period by the remittance. This provision is subject to the union agreeing to indemnify and hold the Town harmless for any claims arising out of or related to these payroll deductions in the same manner and on the same terms as the union agrees to indemnify and hold the Town harmless for claims arising from deductions for union dues and agency service fees as stated in this Article.
Agency service fee means a fee for representation in collective bargaining not exceeding employee organization dues, payable to an employee organization which is the exclusive bargaining agent for employees in a bargaining unit from individuals who are not members of the employee organization a fee deducted by an employer from the salary or wages of an employee who is not a member of an employee organization, which is paid to the employee organization that is the exclusive bargaining agent for the bargaining unit of the employee. A collective bargaining service fee shall not exceed 85 percent of the amount payable as dues by members of the employee organization and shall be deducted in the same manner as dues are deducted from the salary or wages of members of the employee organization and shall be used to defray the costs of chargeable activities.
Agency service fee means a fee for representation in collective
Agency service fee means the fee referred to in Section 2.05 of this Agreement for the services carried out by the Recipient, as a financial intermediary;
Agency service fee. As provided by Vermont statute, teachers who elect not to become members are subject to pay an agency service fee to the Association equal to 85% of applicable Association membership dues. The Board will deduct agency service fees by payroll deduction when authorized in writing to do so by the individual teacher. The Association will provide the Administration with the forms that will be utilized by teachers to authorize the deduction of agency service fees. The Association agrees to defend, indemnify and hold the Boards harmless from any suit, claim or grievance related to the deduction of Association agency service fees. If a teacher is currently an Association member or becomes an Association member in the future and elects to resign from membership in the Association, that teacher shall be subject to the provisions of this section re: payment of an agency service fee.
Agency service fee means a fee solely for representation in
Agency service fee means the fee referred to in Part A.4(a)(ii) of Schedule 3 to this Agreement for consultantsservices undertaken by the Agency to assist NEPA in the carrying out of an Annual Program.