Commonwealth Of Massachusetts Collective Bargaining Agreements

(e) The exclusive representative has the right to use a public employer`s e-mail system to communicate with members of the bargaining unit on official trade union matters, including, but not limited to, elections, election results, assemblies and social activities; provided, however, that the use does not represent an unreasonable burden on the network capacity or the administration of the system. (d) residence addresses, private and personal mobile phone numbers, personal email addresses, dates of birth, collective agreements and employee groups, as well as emails or other communications between workers` organizations and their members, cannot be made public and cannot be disclosed unless provided for in paragraphs (o) and (p) section 7 of Chapter 4. (ii) the right to organize temporary and other work bans and, before and after the work day, to hold working meetings on the employer`s premises to discuss labour issues, collective bargaining, collective bargaining, other matters relating to the obligations of an exclusive representative and internal affairs relating to the management or affairs of the workers` organization; And a guide to the Massachusetts government employees` collective labor law, Mass. Mr. Dept. Labour Relations, 2017. This well-known book is now available online in the full text. Contains detailed procedures, a summary of the law and much more. The association of professional administrators` (APA) collective agreement applies for the period from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2020. This agreement is concluded by the And between the Board of Higher Education and the Association of Professional Administrators, Massachusetts Teachers Association/National Education Association, as an exclusive negotiating partner for positions in the bargaining unit. b) Public employers give access to a workers` organization to members of the bargaining unit that is exclusively represented by the workers` organization. Access includes, among other things, Section 5A. (a) For the purposes of this section, the “exclusive representative” refers to a workers` organization designated as the exclusive representative of workers in a collective agreement unit pursuant to Section 3.

The residence address, personal email address, the house number or mobile phone number of an employee of an agency, executive office, office, board of directors, commission, office, department or community authority or community authority, or authority established by the general court, under the custody of the public body that keeps records, identify persons in these categories; provided that the information can only be communicated to an organization of workers whose objectives and objectives are written, which are understood by the Department of Labour Relations is to represent public employees in the collective bargaining covered in Chapter 150E or Chapter 150A for workers of an authority submitted to this Chapter 150A by Chapter 760 of The 1962 Act, a not-for-profit organization for retired public servants in Chapter 180, a criminal justice authority pursuant to Chapter 167 of Chapter 6 or otherwise mandated by law.