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Collective Bargaining Agreement In Florida

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The agreement provides for a one-time flat-rate bonus for all members of the bargaining unit. The money available for this bonus is 4% of the salaries of all faculty members. This agreement was ratified by the negotiating unit and the foundation board. It was in effect on October 1, 2019. On this page, you will find your collective agreement (“CBA” or “faculty contract”) and all contracts signed. The current KBA will be in effect from January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2019 or until the ratification of the new KBA. Section 24 on “treatments” is called into question each year. The University of Florida may have collective agreements with qualified faculty members and staff. The university is committed to negotiating collective agreements that are competitive and fair to our employees; creating a solid foundation for long-term working relationships with our unions; and position the University of Florida as a successful institution for performance, innovation and teamwork. For more information on the ongoing CBA 2020-22 negotiations, click here (link).

However, no collective bargaining unit is created or approved, including non-professional workers, unless the majority of each group votes in favour of inclusion in this unit. Changes to the language of the contract for review here: Article 24 Final Count 2017 (pdf). This agreement was ratified by the foundation board and the bargaining unit. It is in effect on September 7, 2017. In some cases, collective agreements may change or change the terms and conditions of employment of workers covered by these agreements. In these cases, the applicable provisions of the collective agreement apply to the unity of collective agreements. Labour Relations Coordinators are available to assist employees and managers in applying or interpreting the contract. To contact a labour relations coordinator, please email Brook Mercier or call (352) 392-1072. Collective bargaining is negotiations between an employer and a negotiator who are chosen by a group of workers to define the terms of employment.

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