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 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.
Bargaining Unit Member means a University employee who is included in the bargaining unit as defined in Article 2: “Recognition and Scope”.

Examples of Bargaining Unit Member in a sentence

  • The Board shall grant a Bargaining Unit Member an unpaid leave of absence where illness or disability is the reason for the request pursuant to the specifications and requirements of Section 3319.13 of the Ohio Revised Code.

  • Notwithstanding Section 3319.12 of the Ohio Revised Code, annual notice need not be given of the salary to be paid to each Bargaining Unit Member.

  • When serving on jury duty during a regular school day, the Bargaining Unit Member shall receive his/her regular rate of pay minus any jury duty pay.

  • During assault leave, the Bargaining Unit Member shall be maintained on full pay basis, and the leave shall not be charged against sick leave or personal leave.

  • Each new Bargaining Unit Member (first year employee) shall be assigned a mentor.

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 means an individual employed in a classification included in the bargaining unit represented by the Xxxx Classroom Teachers Association and covered by this Contract (see Appendix A).
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.
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 means a member of this Bargaining Unit, namely, CUPE, Local 3904, Unit 2.
Bargaining Unit Member or “Member” when used hereinafter in this contract shall refer to all employees represented by the Union in the bargaining unit as above defined.
Bargaining Unit Member means any person, excluding substitutes, who is working in any job family that is represented by the NCSSO.