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An in-depth explanation of the collective bargaining negotiations process, this video covers the makeup of the labor and management committees, how decisions are made, and what your rights and responsibilities are during the negotiations process.
In this video, you will learn about the various scenarios under which you may be contacted by the legal team contracted by the union trust funds. These include benefits overpayments, underpayments, incorrect or late payments, zero-hours reports, and the process for appeals.
A primer on understanding hours worked, payments on hours, and obligations to the union trust funds, this video provides specific instructions on payment processes, as well as where to turn for help with further wage and payment-related questions.
As the labor side of the labor-management partnership, the local union district council, DC16, determines guidelines all union signatory contractors must adhere to.
Welcome to union contracting. In this video, you will learn about NCAT, NCGMA and NCPFC; the resources we provide to help you manage your business; our partnership with DC-16; and the role you are expected to play as a union-signatory contractor.
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Please note: Some cities and counties may have higher minimum wage rate requirements than some net taxable wages (particularly with production workers and pre-apprentices).
As the outcome of the negotiations process, Collective Bargaining Agreements govern the terms and conditions of employment between employers and the union workforce.