Bcgeu Cssea Collective Agreement

16 The government, CSSEA and a member of the CSSEA are not required to include a provision based on the Ombudsman`s recommendations in a collective agreement with a union certified under the code. Note: If you have problems downloading one of these documents, try the PDF list below, or e-Mail-bronwen.barnett@bcgeu.ca to email you a copy. 10 (1) A collective agreement that is in conflict with this party or is not compatible is non-ae of a conflict or inconsistency. (7) There is nothing in this section to exempt a member from the obligations he has under a collective agreement to provide benefits to workers covered by the collective agreement. 2. A collective agreement between HEABC and a union representing health care workers may not contain any provision that somehow limits or regulates an employer`s right in the health sector to enter into non-clinical services outside the collective agreement. (c) workers will continue to receive equivalent benefits granted to workers by the confidence of the member`s workers under a collective agreement, provided that a collective agreement requires the provision of these benefits. (b) if applicable, the amount of payment instead of termination, which applies to that worker under the collective agreement, as soon as the subsection comes into force (2). (6) A provision of a collective agreement that requires a member to become a participating employer or to continue to be a participating employer is inoperative to the extent that it is necessary to obtain authorization. "ESLA," the labour safety and adjustment agreement adopted as part of the recommendations of the Industry Commissioner of 8 May 1996, which is, in whole or in part, included in one or more collective agreements between HEABC and unions representing workers in appropriate tariff units, and contains all the provisions of the collective agreements arising from the ESLA, including Part 4 and Schedule 1 of the Commissioner`s recommendations for industrial inquiry; (a) require an employer in the health sector to negotiate with a union to replace the provisions of the collective agreement that are not required under sub-section 1, or (3) THE ESLA does not apply to the interpretation or application of the collective agreement.