Bea Collective Bargaining Agreement

l. Employees may be dismissed if the positions of the collective agreements unit are eliminated on the basis of one of the following points: 4. The association has at least thirty (30) minutes in relation to the new orientation session of the district`s pre-service teachers when it is organized to discuss the objectives, procedures and achievements of the association. If there is no new teacher orientation planned at the district level so that the association has the opportunity to discuss the objectives, procedures and benefits associated with the association, the district will provide the names and addresses of the newly recruited bargaining units. The association will be allocated one hundred and fifty (150) days per year, which is why As reimburses the replacement rate to the borough. A maximum of ten (10) of these days can be used by each member of the BEA per year. These days will be in addition to all the other days that will be made available to the association on the terms of this agreement. During the negotiation years, the district may agree on additional days for collective bargaining. In addition to the dates mentioned above, daily, which are set by each other by the District and the BEA for all trading sessions, are not included in the above limits. In unusual circumstances, such as the BEA president.B prolonged absence or the extension of the DUA treasurer`s duties, the parties will cooperate to grant sufficient association leave to the VICE-President of the BEA and/or the Treasurer beyond the limits of Article 2-I of the agreement. The association has, in each district institution where the members of the rate unit are assigned, the exclusive use of a reasonable amount of ballot space. Copies of all documents to be placed on these bulletins must be provided to the Senior Administrator and the Chief Human Resources Officer. 6.

The Section 4 appeal procedure should not be initiated to resolve disputes incurred by a member of the bargaining unit covered by Section H of this article. 1. Authorization – Wage deductions for association fees continue to apply to workers who have previously authorized such deductions and to the approval of all workers who do so, in accordance with the BEA Automatic Dues Deduction Plan (JULY 2, 2001). New authorizations may be provided to the payroll office through published salary data. Any worker who wishes to be paid by the contributions is withdrawn if he informs the association and the wage settlement body in writing on October 1. The association, if it is the recognized approved negotiator for workers with respect to labour relations, has the following rights: 1. All basic members of the tariff unit, with the exception of members from B-2 to B-4, receive an average of 675 minutes per week. 450 minutes of this time must be in blocks of at least 30 minutes.