Ceiu Collective Agreement

Ceiu Collective Agreement

The provisions of the collective agreement apply to all employees of the university, whether they are members of a union, and are mandatory for both the administration and employees of the university. – participate in the drafting and adoption of the collective agreement; • to familiarize the worker with this collective agreement and other local laws on workers` rights; – the use of individual and collective protection centres for workers; Labour relations and other relations directly related thereto are also governed by this collective agreement and by local provisions containing labour law laws. • compliance with labour law and other legal acts that contain labour law laws, local regulations, collective agreements, agreements and employment contracts; 2.1. The collective agreement is concluded on the basis of the legislation in force, accepted by the parties to the obligations, in order to regulate industrial, industrial and socio-economic relations and to harmonize the interests of workers, owners and their approved bodies. The collective agreement is concluded in companies, institutions, organizations, regardless of ownership and economic activity, which employs the temporary worker and has the rights of a legal person. A collective agreement is mandatory for all employers who, upon signature, have been members of the signatory party or subsequently become members, as well as all workers who work in companies where the employer is bound by the agreement (whether or not they are unionized, and whether they are called non-members). Since in Austria collective agreements are generally signed on the employers` side by representative bodies whose membership is compulsory for all enterprises in a given sector (see chambers), in most sectors of industry and crafts there is almost universal coverage by collective agreements. – to grant representatives of the primary trade union organisation, at its request, the right to participate in the examination of labour disputes related to a violation of labour law and other legislative acts containing labour law laws, obligations arising from collective agreements and collective agreements and changes in working conditions. . .

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