Bargaining Unit Member definition

Bargaining Unit Member or “employee” means a University employee who is included in the bargaining unit as defined in Article 2: “Recognition and Scope”.
Bargaining Unit Member or “employee” means a person employed by the Employer who holds an Appointment in the bargaining unit described in Article 2.
Bargaining Unit Member means an employee of the Board covered by the terms and conditions of this Agreement. The singular shall include the plural. The masculine shall include the feminine.

Examples of Bargaining Unit Member in a sentence

  • Communication between a voluntary participant and his or her consulting Bargaining Unit Member concerning participation in the Program shall remain confidential from the principal/ evaluator and PAR Panel.

  • If a Bargaining Unit Member is employed for at least one semester of a school year, he/she shall be given credit for that year's experience for salary schedule advancement purposes.

  • The Bargaining Unit Member shall continue to be entitled to participate in disability and accident insurance plans, pension and retirement plans, supplemental unemployment benefits plans, and/or any other Bargaining Unit Member welfare benefit plan to the same extent and under the same conditions as apply to an unpaid leave taken for any other purpose.

  • Unit Members will provide oral and written feedback documentation to the volunteer Bargaining Unit Member.

  • Should the transfer of a Bargaining Unit Member become necessary at any time after two (2) weeks prior to the commencement of a new school year because of enrollment changes or other emergency circumstances, and should such a transfer involve a change in school site, grade level assignment and/or subject matter assignment, the affected Bargaining Unit Member, upon request, shall be entitled to receive two (2) full days of released time for use in preparing for his/her new assignment.

More Definitions of Bargaining Unit Member

Bargaining Unit Member means all regular full-time and part-time employees of Eastern Oregon University working as library and teaching faculty holding ranks including Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Senior Instructor, Senior Instructor II, and Instructor, and excluding those employees represented in another bargaining unit, those who teach as online adjuncts, supervisors as defined by PECBA, and casual employees.
Bargaining Unit Member is defined as any person who is represented by the UNH Lecturers United-AAUP, as pursuant to the Certification Order issued by the New Hampshire Public Employee Labor Relations Board - Decision No. 2014-050 - dated Feb. 27, 2014.
Bargaining Unit Member or “employee” means a person employed by the University in the bargaining unit defined in Article 2.
Bargaining Unit Member means any person, excluding substitutes, who is working in any job family that is represented by the NCSSO.
Bargaining Unit Member means a member of this Bargaining Unit, namely, CUPE, Local 3904, Unit 2.
Bargaining Unit Member means any full time, permanent, paid employee who has been hired in substantial compliance with Chapter 143 of the Local Government Code.
Bargaining Unit Member or “employee” means a Postdoctoral Fellow employed by the Employer who is in the bargaining unit described in Article 2. “business day” does not include weekends, public holidays or any day on which the University is closed.