Rrc Collective Agreement

Rrc Collective Agreement

All current members of the MGEU will continue to be represented by the MGEU. The proposed restructuring will result in two separate bargaining units that will result in two collective agreements in a union; the MGEU. All DRR employees are represented by a trade union (MGEU) with two bargaining units: one for specialized, administrative and assistance staff and the other for the faculty. Both groups will have a significant size between 700 and 800+ employees. Both groups will be among the largest inhabitants of the MGEU. Most educational institutions across Canada are supported by many groups of certified employees. Most educational institutions in Canada) allow the faculty to negotiate as a separate Aboriginal person. For example, the University of Manitoba has six unionized employment groups, including one for the faculty, one for educational assistance employees and four others. The University of Winnipeg has four collective agreements that govern its operation. With separate bargaining units, the two groups of workers have the opportunity to have their specific issues dealt with at the bargaining table and to vote on a collective agreement that reflects the negotiated terms and rights that relate to their particular position within the college. Participate in a “hands-on” approach to learning about collective bargaining.

Participate in all aspects of bargaining through case studies and collective bargaining simulations. Learn how to prepare for negotiation analysis, design contract language, publish proposals, develop and implement negotiation strategies, and work at the bargaining table. Upon successful conclusion of this course, participants have a good understanding of the collective bargaining process. Acquire an in-depth knowledge of the principles of a collective agreement. Topics covered include the employer/employee relationship; the definition of bargaining rights; negotiations; content of a collective agreement; union security; administrative fees; complaints; complaints; and arbitration. Why restructure Local 73 into two bargaining units that result in two separate collective agreements? Acquire the basic knowledge and skills to effectively implement RPL/PLAR. Learn more about the fundamentals of RPL/PLAR; how to develop learning outcomes, sound assessment practices, the portfolio and other assessment methods; the role of advisor, assessor and moderator and how RPL can be put in the context of developing a credible system. . . .

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