Union Contract


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Union Contract

A contract governing the relations between an employer (or industry) and its employees represented by a union. The union contract may govern wages, benefits, retirement packages, working conditions, and other matters. Union contracts are renegotiated periodically and can be a source of considerable tension.
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If all five union contracts are approved, they will add significant new spending to the county budget.
Most importantly, employees from a union facility should not have been transferred to the new location, or if necessary, less than 40 percent of the employees should have been transferred from either location with union contracts if the object is to be union free at the new location or from the undesired union if a change in representation is desired.
"This bill specifically recognizes union contracts which may, now or in the future, provide stronger benefits for retirees covered by the contracts," said Assemblyman Peter J.
While they still had to produce print stories, they withheld their names to show opposition to the union contract. Their current contract expired last summer, and the byline strike was a reaction Gannett's unexpected offer in late January after months had gone by without negotiations.
Farmworkers at Pictsweet Mushroom Farm in Ventura, California won their 17-year battle for a United Farm Workers union contract in February.
AB Electrolux also revealed that the Greenville, Mich., refrigeration plant is being evaluated for possible closure because of "weak financial performance." A company representative said no shutdown could occur before November 2005, when the union contract expires.
Rugby union: Former Newcastle Falcon Liam Botham is in talks with Leeds and could sign a dual league and union contract with the Yorkshiremen.
However, the union contract did not provide that he was not to be treated as an employee for those services for Federal tax purposes.
ALL BLACK wing sensation Doug Howlett has finally put his name to a fresh New Zealand Rugby Union contract, but no-one is even hinting at what it is worth.
The report found that many of the country's 229 apparel factories were deficient in some aspect of workers' rights, and not one had a union contract;
No union contract today even comes close to what the market produces on its own for the working poor, who rapidly move on to better-paying jobs.

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