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Ua Agreement

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A signatory to the national service and maintenance contract is not required to sign a local agreement for work within the scope of the agreement. Working conditions and working conditions set out in the national agreement prevail over the provisions established on the ground. However, signatory contractors are bound by salaries, fringes, benefits and other contributions under the local agreement. Although they are not required to sign a local agreement, signatory contractors must sign the local trust agreement in writing. The standard working day consists of eight consecutive hours and the standard work week is forty hours per week, five consecutive days, from Monday to Saturday. A standard work day/week should not vary from day to day or week, except by mutual agreement. In some situations where work cannot be done during normal working time or on the basis of client needs, a flexible work plan may be established by mutual agreement between the employer, the worker and the local union. The Association Agreement, in its scope and thematic coverage, is the largest international legal document in Ukraine`s history and the largest international agreement ever reached with a third country by the European Union. PROTOCOLE III – on a framework agreement between the European Union and Ukraine establishing the general principles of Ukraine`s participation in trade union programmes The national service and maintenance agreement is an agreement negotiated and managed by the Association of Daily and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry (UA) and the Mechanical Service Contractors of America (MSCA). The agreement is a nationally recognized instrument to help contractors provide their customers with a quality and consistent service throughout the country and recover lost market share.

The agreement covers all work carried out by service, sanitation and refrigeration companies to effectively operate existing facilities and systems in these facilities.

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