Recognition Agreement With Trade Union

4.10 The final decision on exemption for union functions and activities rests with the Chief of Staff or delegated representative. 4.4 The university has agreed on a reasonable remuneration period for: 4.2.5 Meeting with other representatives of its union, either certified local representatives or full-time civil servants; 5.2 A Joint Academic Consultation and Negotiation Committee (JACNC) is set up for consultation and negotiation, both with regard to collective and pre-existing issues, which concern entirely and exclusively employees of the education and research employment family remunerated according to remuneration scales negotiated at national level by the Joint Negotiating Council for Higher Education (JNCHES). The composition and functioning of this Committee are defined in the attached JACNC heading (see Annex 2). (b) The competent trade union representative shall inform the Director of Personnel and the Deputy Director of Personnel in writing and confirm the election of the representatives as soon as possible after their election; 3.3 The University, as an employer and its recognised trade unions, are jointly committed to establishing a university system of labour relations that operates at all levels of the organisation on the basis of the essential characteristics of cooperation, teamwork, transparency and mutual respect. 6.1 The mutually agreed objective of all parties to this Agreement is to cooperate in partnership with a view to resolving disputes using the consultation and negotiation processes described in this document and to avoid disputes until all stages of this procedure have been exhausted. If you do not wish to recognize the union and you have more than 21 employees, they can apply for legal recognition from the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC). As a rule – and quite simply – an employer voluntarily recognizes the union, without resorting to legal procedures. 4.16 Further information on the communication possibilities available to trade unions is given in Appendix 4. The letter informs a union that the organization is not aware of any previous recognition agreement, despite the correspondence it has provided, which indicates that it presents itself as recognized. As a result, the organization will not have discussions on collective bargaining or union actions. This letter informs the union that the Central Arbitration Committee has been invited to help define the bargaining unit. Confirmation of the trade unions recognised by the University of Bath and the bodies made available to their representatives.

7.2 In accordance with the relevant provisions of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act (1992), the parties to this Agreement agree that it is not legally applicable and the conclusions reached by the Committees in Section 5 above shall constitute a legally binding obligation for the accredited university or trade unions. (a) he withdraws from the trade union order for which recognition and facilities have been granted; 4.9 Members of recognized trade unions (as opposed to elected and certified representatives) may apply for an appropriate exemption to participate in the collective activities of a recognized trade union (in accordance with Article 170(1) of TULR (C)A 1992), including participation in company meetings to discuss and vote on the outcome of negotiations with the university. Meeting of full-time agents to discuss issues relevant to the workplace, access to the services of a steward for apprenticeship and voting in union elections. . . .

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