Unite Model Recognition Agreement

The TUC has published a revised version of the TUC Academies Model Agreement with the six teacher and school support unions in England. In line with previous expenditure, the agreement aims to give trade unions greater recognition in academies and free schools, to improve their bargaining position and to grant representatives the right to benefit from leave for trade union tasks. The agreement was signed by the teachers` unions (NAHT, NASUWT and NEU) and the unions, which represent support staff and other school professionals (GMB, UNISON and Unite). (a) he withdraws from the trade union order for which recognition and facilities have been granted; 1.1 This Agreement between the University and its accredited trade unions (in summary referred to as “parties” in this document), which are listed in paragraph 2.1, applies to all employees of the University of Bath paid nationally on pay scales negotiated by the Joint Negotiation Council for Higher Education Staff (JNCHES). In addition, the University and University Union (UCU) is specifically recognized for jointly representing professors. 3.2 The spirit and intention of this agreement is to promote the best possible relations between the university and its employees represented by its recognised trade unions, providing for this purpose a mutually agreed method of discussion, consultation and negotiation. Without prejudice to the provisions relating to management decisions that have been or are to be adopted within the framework or in the general government of the university, in accordance with the statutes and statutes, this agreement aims to put in place additional mechanisms to resolve problems between the university as employer and the staff represented by the trade unions recognized as workers. 6.4 Any difference of opinion on the interpretation of this Agreement should be referred first to the corresponding Director of Staff or Delegate Representative and designated (and certified) trade union representatives. Level 3 – If the issue has not been resolved after Phases 1 and 2, it may be referred to an appropriate external body (ACAS) with the agreement of both parties (defined in Section 6).