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Instead, the employees have to initiate an election by gathering signature cards calling for a vote from at least 30 percent of the bargaining unit. All the signatures and paperwork must be submitted during a 30-day window period once every contract cycle--in this case, every two years.
* A new joint-employer ruling by the NLRB that will require employers who use staffing agencies to enter into multi-employer bargaining agreements if the employees of both entities organize into a single bargaining unit.
A proliferation of small bargaining units across the company was not compatible w ith "efficient management", it argued.
"Aggregate Industries transferred work from one bargaining unit to another over the objections of the union representing both units," observes Senior Circuit Judge A.
"We're happy with the pay increase and with the contract term being for two years," said Kate Morris, a registered nurse and bargaining unit chairwoman for the Oregon Nurses Association at McKenzie Willamette.
The recognition agreement is applicable to Bank Windhoek employees (non-managerial staff) as defined in the bargaining unit. The bargaining unit refers to all employees who are permanently employed by Bank Windhoek, irrespective of their job grades, but exclusive of the Bank's management staff.
Faculty members have a separate bargaining unit and aren't involved in the dispute.
The agreement includes all bargaining unit union-represented employees working in the company's mineral sands operations in Namakwa, on the west coast of South Africa, and in KwaZula-Natal, on the country's east coast.
The election concerned the formation of a bargaining unit comprising all on-site professionals and nonprofessionals, excluding the guards.
With 323 workers in the bargaining unit, the vote was 151 to 103 with 3 voting for no union.