CHECKOFF definition

CHECKOFF. The Employer agrees to deduct initiation fees, union dues, and uniform assessments where lawful, uniformly required as a condition of acquiring or retaining membership in the Union from the wages of each employee, present and future, as the same shall be due, provided each such employee executes written authorization, therefor, in a form authorized by law, and such authorization is turned over to the Employer. The Employer agrees to remit such dues and initiation fees as deducted to the Union. The Union shall, on or before the tenth (10th) day of the same month furnish to the Employer a list of member employees and the amounts due therefor, including dues owing for the succeeding month. The Employer shall, on or before the last day of the same month, deduct and remit such dues as authorized to the Union. In the event no wages are then due the employee, or, are insufficient to cover the required deduction, it shall be the responsibility of the Union to re-submit the amount due on the next regular monthly billing. Once each month the Employer will submit to the Union a list of employees hired the previous month. The list will include the employees’ name, Social Security number, store code, job code and date of hire. Once each week, the Company will deduct from the pay of the employees, who have certified in writing, a political deduction. The Union shall furnish the Company the amounts to be deducted on the regular monthly billing.

Examples of CHECKOFF in a sentence

  • ARTICLE 2.8 LEGISLATIVE CHECK-OFF During the term of this MOU, a payroll deduction will be established by the Association for the purpose of allowing employees in this unit to contribute towards the Association's federal legislative activities.

  • ARTICLE 5.01: CHECKOFF PAYMENTS‌The Employer shall deduct from every employee any dues, initiation fees or assessments levied by the Union on its members.

  • BUSINESS TYPE CHECK-OFF -- Check the appropriate box for the type of business ownership.

  • DUES CHECK-OFF The Association shall be permitted authorization for payroll dues deductions as set forth in Appendix A.

  • DUES CHECK-OFF The Association shall be permitted authorization for payroll dues deductions as set forth in Appendix J.

  • Night Supervisor shall inspect all JANITORIAL CARTS taken to the Basements, trash bins and certify such inspection on the Check-Off Sheets (as mentioned in section 5 CHECK-OFF SHEET).

  • DUES CHECK-OFF The Association shall be permitted authorization for payroll dues deductions as set forth in Appendix J and for agency service fee deductions as set forth in Appendix K.

  • SECTION 3.1: DUES CHECKOFF The Employer agrees to deduct from the pay of those employees who are Union members union membership dues, assessments, or fees.

  • Address EXHIBIT B 1199 SEIU FEDERAL CREDIT UNION CHECKOFF AUTHORIZATION 1199 SEIU Federal Credit Union CHECKOFF AUTHORIZATION Effective Date TO: You are hereby authorized and directed to deduct from my wages or salary the sum of $ each pay period and to remit such deductions to the 1199 SEIU Federal Credit Union, no later than the 10th day of each month following the month in which the deductions are made.

  • ARTICLE 2.8 LEGISLATIVE CHECK-OFF During the term of this MOU, a payroll deduction will be established by the Association for the purpose of allowing employees in this unit to contribute towards the Association’s federal legislative activities.

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