Memorandum Of Agreement Fauw
As a core campaign that runs (for now) 100% digitally, it will take time to collect cards, but organizers are working hard to reach potential members, hear your concerns in the workplace, and provide information about union training. The organisers hope to be able to submit the application to the labour agency during the autumn semester and the cards are valid for one year. If the request is successful, a vote will be held one week later, during which all potential members will be able to vote; If 50% +1 vote in favour, the negotiation process can begin (see FAQ below). Since the first collective agreement forms the basis of all future agreements, it is the most important and, therefore, it takes time (about a year) to be concluded. There is no cost to sign a card. It therefore takes time to ensure that the language is complete and covers all the employment issues that members have and wish to address. This usually takes about a year, but can take more or less time depending on the local context. You can submit your name for one of these roles (and receive paid training to help you with this job)! Next, the bargaining committee will conduct a survey/consultation process to determine which key issues the commission members should focus on in the negotiations. You will also take feedback into account during the negotiation process in the event of a problem.
Finally, all members may vote for or against the proposed collective agreement before it can be approved and entered into force. . . .