After ratification and approval by the parties, the university publishes the agreement on a particular website. 3. An agreement resulting from these negotiations is executed in writing and becomes an endorsement to this agreement. 4. If the parties fail to reach an agreement during the negotiations, the procedures for implementing the ACCORD are APPLICABLE. 5. If there is disagreement between the parties as to whether a proposed amendment is subject to Section C, that disagreement is subject to the article of this agreement. B. None of the parties is required to meet and transfer to change the terms of the contract. The parties agree that the UAW may participate in coalition negotiations with SEIU 925, WFSE, SEIU 1199NW-Research Hall Health via the U-PASS for the 2019-2021 contracts. Currently, the scheduled dates are August 16, 2018, August 22, 2018, August 24, 2018 and September 13, 2018.
In negotiations for a succession agreement, the parties agreed that the remainder of the articles in this agreement would not apply to THE ESAs employed in the summer session. During negotiations on the 2018-2021 successor agreement, the parties agreed on the following with regard to immigration status and work permit: 1. On each campus, the university provides compensation, including eligible fees and GSHIP remissions, for an ETP (40 hours/week) of ASE appointments (GSHIP fees and remissions may not be paid for more than 2 ASEs per duration) as members of the UAW bargaining committee to participate in system-wide negotiations for two (2) durations during which it takes place. In the case of negotiations during the summer sessions, one (1) time limit for compensatory purposes corresponds to two consecutive 6-week summer sessions or equivalent meetings. Members of the UAW`s negotiating committee have a paid release period for the remaining duration of the negotiations no later than the expiry date of the contract, unless the parties agree otherwise. It is permissible for the university to provide compensation in the summer (up to 100%) instead of a semester or a university term to meet the requirements of this section. 2. Persons who receive Section 1 compensation must be in the term student or ASE on campus in the term when negotiations begin.
(3) Bargaining committee members are compensated for no losses or profits from their current or last appointment on campus or at the highest appointment rate in an ASE position in the ESA`s on-campus career. In cases where an ESA would normally advance on the basis of campus procedures, the higher rate would be paid. 4. The UAW informs members of the UAW Negotiating Committee of the University of the UAW who, in accordance with this section, must be allocated and compensated 30 calendar days before the date on which they must be assigned and compensated for system-wide negotiations or as soon as possible. 5. An ESA working in this capacity for the above conditions must not record these conditions within a limit imposed by an academic service for the number of conditions of employment to which an ESA may be eligible.