20.02 The university intends to set up a committee to examine food service issues as soon as possible after the agreement is ratified. Management agrees that UFCW will have a representative on this committee. c. ii. The university is committed to making available to the Union a monthly report on the actual working hours of students and members of THE UFCW and to making available to the Union a weekly work programme for both trade unionists and students. If your bargaining committee believes that strike action may be necessary, you will be with us at every step. We will hold meetings and give you the opportunity to vote on whether or not to support a strike. Our members make the final decision together. Members` contributions are essential to achieving equity at the negotiating table together. B. The use of problem-solving processes to resolve the problem is recommended before filing a complaint. While the Union still considers it necessary to file a complaint, problem-solving processes are used at every stage.
Delays at all stages of the complaint can be expanded by mutual agreement to accommodate problem-solving. Their union contract is negotiated by two parties: the company and the trade union bargaining committees. 3.10 None of the parties (employers or employees) will enter into agreements inconsistent with the provisions of this collective agreement. For each of the three years of the agreement, the university will make an annual lump sum payment of $1,000 to the UFCW Local Training Fund. The first payment will be made at ratification and subsequent payments on 1 August 10.02 A worker who obtains employment by means of a vacancy notice, who does not meet a satisfactory performance standard or who feels unfit for the new position, must return to his previous position within a maximum of twenty (20) days without loss of benefits or seniority. This review period may be extended by mutual agreement. If the previous position is no longer present, section 13.02 applies. The rights and privileges outlined in your union contract were achieved through the determination and unity of union members like you, who work together over the years for fairness in the workplace. Union negotiators have negotiated with workers in your bargaining unit many of the benefits you enjoy in the workplace through the collective bargaining process. Your union contract has been voted on and approved by membership in your workplace. In addition, your bargaining committee is supported by union representatives and a large number of professional experts, including legal advisors, health and safety and WSIB supporters.