Collective Bargaining Agreement


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Collective Bargaining Agreement

The contractual agreement between an employer and a Labor Union that governs wages, hours, and working conditions for employees and which can be enforced against both the employer and the union for failure to comply with its terms. Such an agreement is ordinarily reached following the process of Collective Bargaining. A high profile example of such bargaining happens in the world of professional Baseball.

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A decision that the switchman is entitled to this kind of transfer would not affect the collective bargaining agreement. To the extent that this transfer might result in a dispute over his placement on the engineers' seniority roster, that dispute could, and should, be adjudicated under the collective bargaining agreement and the RLA.
Jim OGrady, president of ATI, said, We are pleased that our pilot group has ratified the amendment to our collective bargaining agreement, which will support ATIs continued growth and superior service to customers.
United has joint collective bargaining agreements covering the majority of its represented employees and recently announced that it will open contract negotiations early for the airline's ramp service and passenger service agents, storekeepers, load planners, maintenance and fleet technical instructors, and other groups represented by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.
With the collective bargaining agreement, we have created a foundation for a new social partnership with the VC, says Dr.
Northwest Airlines, in a response to Boda posted on the PFAA website, President Gary Meek said the letter constituted "the latest of many incredible attacks on our flight attendants" and was a "blatant scare tactic." He said a "full-scale legal campaign would occur if Northwest took improper actions on abrogating our Collective Bargaining Agreement, if the TA were to be rejected...Be confident that PFAA will not stand by and allow you to break the law by way of a unilateral abrogation." May 18, 2006
The Act contains an opt-out provision, however, that affords unionized employers a complete exemption from the Act's notice and retention requirements if they are already, or agree to become, bound by the terms of a collective bargaining agreement that includes provisions that govern the discharge or lay off of building service employees.
* Payments by an employer corporation to a tax-exempt union educational and cultural charitable trust, when the payments were required pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement (Rev.
An agreement is in place between budget airline easyJet and union VNV on a collective bargaining agreement for easyJet pilots stationed in the Netherlands.
More than 9,000 Teamster aviation maintenance workers are seeking a fair collective bargaining agreement. The workers' last contract became amendable in January 2013.
Once these changes were made, they were incorporated into the company's pension plan by the express terms of the applicable collective bargaining agreement. In the collective bargaining agreements negotiated in 1991, Allsteel agreed to provide early retirement benefits as an incentive.
A new 5-year collective bargaining agreement has been inked by Universal Stainless & Alloy (USAP) with the hourly employees at its Titusville facility shown by Local 7312-03 of the United Steelworkers.
The agreements will remain in effect for the US Airways employees until a joint collective bargaining agreement covering the 30,000 employees of the new American Airlines has been reached.

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