Status of current version and details Related information Historical versions Future versions Print Comments Agreement with professional staff 2017 Section 1 – Purpose and ContextSection 2 – DefinitionsSection 3 – Policy Statement This is the current version of this document. To view the historical versions, click the link in the document navigation bar. § 1 Purpose and context (1) The university has two collective agreements, one for academic staff and the other for professional staff. Top of PageSection 2 – Definitions (2) Nile. Top of PageSection 3 – Policy Statement (3) The content of the 2017 Professional Personnel Agreement is set out below. Detailed information can be found in the current agreement. Part A – Operation of the Agreement Part B – Dispute Settlement Part C – Employment Contracts Part D – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment Contracts Strategy Part E – Remuneration, Charges and Allowances Part F – Hours of Work and Working Arrangements Part G – Workload Part H – Career Planning and Development Part I – Flexible Working Arrangements Part J – Holiday Entitlements Part K – Change of Gesture n Part L – Illness or vulnerability g Part M – Disciplinary proceedings Part N – Recruitment of employees Part O – Occupational health and safety and personal property Part P – Representation Part Q – Miscellaneous provisions Annex 1: Annual rates of pay for qualified personnel Annex 2: Rates of pay for apprentices Annex 3: Allowances Annex 4: Job descriptors Signatories to the agreement The 2017 Academic Staff Agreement was concluded on 14 May 2017. December 2017 accepted by the university`s research assistants by vote. (3) The content of the 2017 Professional Power Agreement is listed below. Detailed information can be found in the current agreement. Workers covered by the collective bargaining unit should refer to their collective agreements in order to find the rules, policies and procedures that staff act. The collective agreement serves as a manual for employees in this category.
If the leave falls on the employee`s normal working day, the employee is paid for the leave. Note: Employees whose positions are covered by a collective agreement must refer to their contract. Public sector employees should refer to the Washington Administrative Code (WAC), staff title 357, for rules that guide a wide range of staff actions. The WAC serves as a manual for employees in this category. With supervisory approval, the following options are available: Refer to the relevant collective agreement on the HRS Labour Relations website. Schedule changes are established by the supervising manager to meet departmental requirements and in accordance with applicable rules and policies. AP employees who are entitled to overtime are subject to the rules of the Fair Labour Standards Act. Faculty members should refer to the Faculty Manual for policies and procedures on the rights, privileges and responsibilities of faculty.
Personnel policies that apply to all categories of employees can be found in the Personnel Corporate Policies and Procedures Manual (BPPM). These guidelines work with the employee`s manuals and manuals. WAC-357-31-030: If a statutory holiday (as specified in WAC 357-31-005) falls on an employee`s regular day off, the employer must provide that employee with a reduction in leave as follows: Note: An employee must be paid on the business day preceding the vacation to receive vacation payment. The new agreement was approved by the Fair Work Board and began on May 15, 2018 and has a nominal expiry date of June 30, 2021. Contact the Provost Marshal`s Office at 509-335-5581 for more information. (1) The University has two collective agreements, one for academic staff and the other for professional staff […].