Nait Collective Agreement

Although a student or worker may submit a written request for personal data under the law, the institution can obtain the applicant`s consent to have the application treated as an informal application (outside the law). However, requests for personal data can only be classified as routine authorization in limited circumstances. This is because records must be verified to ensure that they are relevant to the application and that the personal data of other parties is separated if it is an inappropriate invasion of their privacy. Section 40 (1) (e) authorizes the disclosure of certain information in order to satisfy the conditions of a collective agreement. The terms of these agreements would determine what should be disclosed and how much personal data should be disclosed. Collective agreements should also be reviewed (and, if necessary, amended through negotiations) to ensure that the personal data disclosed is secure and confidential and is used only for the purposes of the agreement. Section 40 (1) (o) allows additional publicity from a representative of a negotiation representative who has been authorized in writing by a staff member to ask a question about the employee`s specific information. All media requests should be addressed to NAIT Media Relations at 780.916.8307 or media@nait.ca. For more information on making NAIT`s compensation available, visit our frequently asked questions section. For further questions, please contact compensation@nait.ca. Are you looking for your collective agreement or the last minutes of the meeting? Browse the list of downloadable documents. What are your rights and obligations as a supervisor working in a unionized environment? Learn how to interpret, manage and apply the terms of a collective agreement in your oversight function. This course is a study of the relationship between employment and employment services in Canada, with a particular focus on labour relations in Alberta.

Effective knowledge of the management of unionized personnel and conventional and conventional administration are being developed. Topics such as union certification, management rights, union safety, technological change, seniority, complaints and arbitration, staff discipline and contract negotiations are discussed. To gain hands-on experience, students participate in an exercise on industrial relations. What are your rights and obligations as a supervisor working in a unionized environment? Learn how to interpret, manage and apply the terms of a collective agreement in your oversight function. You recognize the regulatory responsibilities of Alberta`s labour law and learn about the history and social role of unions in Alberta and Canada. In addition, you will understand the role of the supervisory authority in the claims process, progressive discipline and collective bargaining. The principal will accompany the students in interpreting certain clauses of a collective agreement. Role-playing games in progressive discipline, collective bargaining, mediation and legal arbitration.