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The next round of collective bargaining is scheduled for September.
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By the terms of the collective bargaining agreement, Ollie is entitled to a hearing with Benedict to hear the school’s evidence within 15 days.
In regular session, the board approved a collective bargaining agreement with the Cardiff Elementary Teachers Association; and a raise for classified, confidential and classified management employees.
And with the next collective bargaining agreement still years away, there’s no way for the embattled players union to fix any of those issues in time for him or the rest of the players set to hit free agency this winter.
During the scheme, the government says, Holiefield was the director of the UAW Chrysler Department and acted as the lead negotiator and the lead administrator for the collective bargaining agreements between the UAW and FCA.
Because the collective bargaining agreement prohibits coaches from interacting with players from the end of the season until April, Trubisky will be getting his new playbook for the first time Tuesday.
The union that represents immigration judges has been fighting the move, which is now allowed in their collective bargaining agreement, according to the Justice Department.
Changing those policies is further complicated by the fact that the decisions are often tied to collective bargaining agreements.
Cadets are at-will employees and are not covered by the collective bargaining agreement.
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COLLECTIVE BARGAINING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of collective bargaining for English Language Learners
: talks between an employer and the leaders of a union about how much a group of workers will be paid, how many hours they will work, etc.
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