bargaining unit


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bargaining unit

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(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a specific group of employees who are covered by the same collective agreement or set of agreements and represented by the same bargaining agent or agents
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The Central Collective Agreement and the Unified Bargaining Unit Collective Agreement were ratified on October 30, 2015.
The bargaining unit refers to all employees who are permanently employed by Bank Windhoek, irrespective of their job grades, but exclusive of the Bank's management staff.
6, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Officials from the American Federation of Government Employees and the Defense Contract Audit Agency today signed the first-ever contract covering all bargaining unit employees at the agency.
Circuit heard the case to argue that the proposed bargaining unit was inappropriate because there was no community of interest within the group.
This vote brings the membership of the expanded AMPA/SPEEA bargaining unit to 105 members.
If the state determines that the group has met that requirement, it would certify the new bargaining unit.
Previous experience shows that unions define the size of the bargaining unit and will select the employee groups (e.
Consequently, they awarded recognition of the bargaining unit.
she did not hire, promote or demote employees, therefore, she could be included in the bargaining unit.
The bargaining unit now must negotiate a contract with the Journals.
The NLRB determined that the nurses should be in the bargaining unit and denied the employer's request for additional review.
The board approved a petition to allow the doctors of Wellness Plan, which has 134,000 members in urban Detroit, to vote on having the AMA's national union represent them as a bargaining unit.