Ua Collective Bargaining Agreement
UA represents approximately 1,900 faculties on campus, including tenure track and non tenure track faculties, adjuncts, librarians, research faculties and postdoctoral fellows. The Faculty of Law, the Faculty ec Cares and the Faculty of Control (mainly heads of department and primary intermediaries) are excluded from the bargaining unit. (281) No subsequent changes in wages take effect after the start of the employer`s activity, unless such a change in wages or working conditions has been agreed and in accordance with the effective date agreed in the negotiations between the local union and the recognized bargaining agency of the contractors. (5) The employer recognizes the Union as a single and exclusive bargaining partner for all workers involved in the performance of schedule A work in the following Ohio counties: Defiance, Fulton, Hancock, Henry, Lucas, Ottawa, Paulding, Putnam, Sandusky, Seneca, Williams and Wood, provided that the Union`s jurisdiction is changed by their parent organization. , this change is reflected in the operational effect of this agreement. (195) Mechanical Contract Management Fund – Each employer pays the Mechanical Contractors Management Fund the amount set in Article XX for each hour paid to each employer worker in the bargaining unit. Six (6) cents per hour are used exclusively for the management of employer safety programs and for staff safety training. Like many of the university`s functions, negotiations between the university and the AU have been influenced by COVID-19 and related home stays. Covid-19 has had an impact not only on the parties` negotiation process, but also on the university`s ability to predict and understand its public resources and its enrolment position next year. State resources and education are the university`s two main sources of income. The decrease in these two sources has a significant impact on the university`s financial position. (97) In the event of unforeseen overtime on a construction site, members of the bargaining unit working on that site receive the same order as the removal order in paragraph 84 of this article.
Workers in a lower priority group cannot be offered unscheduled overtime until overtime has been available to those in a higher priority group. According to Human Rights Watch, the treatment of workers by employers and the inability of the U.S. government to prevent this constitutes a serious violation of human rights. In his report, it says: “Many workers… be spied on, harassed, pressured, threatened, suspended, dismissed, deported or sentenced in retaliation for their exercise of the right to vote in trade unions. The consequences have been devastating for American society as a whole. When collective bargaining is suppressed, wages are lagging, inequality and poverty are growing, gender pay gaps are widening, society`s safety net is tight and civic and political participation is compromised.