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Bargaining Unit

A group of employees represented by a union or other organization that is permitted to engage in collective bargaining with an employer.

bargaining unit

see COLLECTIVE BARGAINING.
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Ontario has reached a tentative three-year collective agreement with the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU), with respect to the Correctional Bargaining Unit.
Overall, experts say that San Miguel reminds in-house counsel at acute-care facilities that even though the Health Care Rule outlines eight specific appropriate bargaining units, the board may allow any combination of those.
New bargaining unit covers more than 1,400 employees at BRAC-consolidated HR center
A bargaining unit is not defined in the legislation, and there is no requirement that workers who sign union cards must be employed full time.
A card check is a procedure whereby signed cards authorizing a union to represent employees are checked against a list of workers in the bargaining unit to determine if the union has cards from a majority of workers in that unit.
It is groundbreaking, not only the process by which it was negotiated, but in the level of trade-offs made jointly with the bargaining units that will provide Metropolitan more flexibility to reduce future costs.
Together, nurses from different regions and various bargaining units convened in Helena to strategize and collaborate with their peers from other facilities where MNA represents nurses for collective bargaining purposes.
The parties also negotiated hospital-specific contracts for each of the four MNA bargaining units, which address a number of nursing practice concerns that will improve patient care.
THE PAPER, ALLIED-INDUSTRIAL, CHEMICAL & ENERGY WORKERS INTERNATIONAL UNION (PACE), Nashville, Tennessee, USA announced that a super majority of the paper bargaining units within PACE have agreed to adopt a National Paper Bargaining Policy in local union referendums across North America.
But so far, with three-quarters of the state's 21 collective bargaining units inking new deals, the total savings are a meager $195 million - less than a quarter of what Gov.
create four bargaining units for nurses, auxiliary nurses, paramedical, professional and technical services and general support services;
The chapters on representation case procedure, election procedure, and bargaining units are guidebooks by themselves.