6.2 This document outlines the procedures for dealing with and resolving differences in the form of collective issues that fall within the agreement, which are raised by its accredited representative of a union recognized on behalf of the members. The TUC, in collaboration with the six teachers` and school support unions in England, has published a revised version of the TUC Academies Model Agreement. In line with previous editions, the agreement aims to give trade unions greater recognition in academies and free schools, to improve their negotiating position and to allow representatives to take time off for trade union functions. The agreement was signed by the teachers` unions (NAHT, NASUWT and NEU) and the unions, which represent the support and other professionals of the school (GMB, UNISON and UNITE). 1.3 The purpose of this agreement is to meet the requirements of the relevant sections of the Worker Information and Consultation Regulation (2004), the Employment Rights Act (1996), the Trade Union-Labour Relations (1992) (”TULR (C)A 1992” and possible subsequent legislation or other labour relations. This is an agreement that exists under the Worker Information and Consultation Regulation (2004) and replaces all previous agreements. If you are trying to avoid this situation, NEU has established, in collaboration with other teaching unions close to TUC, a model agreement for the new academy trusts. It provides, among other things, that there will be a common set of conditions for each category of staff. The agreement aims to give trade unions greater recognition in academies, improve their negotiating position and allow representatives to take time off for trade union policy tasks.
Letters to resource E academies set out the arguments that maintain central funding for supply cost hedging costs during the union facility period. In conjunction with your secretary or CONTACT NEU, you can make sure that the corresponding letter is sent to your new employer. 7.1 The parties to this agreement reserve the right to terminate it in writing within six months. Changes can be made with the agreement of the parties. Some academies have agreed to have a considerable number of staff governors. The agreement was signed by the teachers` unions (ATL, NASUWT and NUT) and the unions, which represent the support and other professionals of the school (GMB, UNISON and Unite). 6.7 It was agreed that until these procedures were exhausted, there could be no work stoppage or other forms of union action and, in the case of an amendment, this amendment generally does not take place, i.e. the continuation (or return) of the existing practice or agreement before the amendments that led to the dispute. Except in very specific cases where the Vice-Chancellor believes that the continuation of the status quo would have serious, immediate and adverse consequences for health and safety, or for the educational or financial activities of the university, if he followed the necessary measures.
In this toolkit, we referred to the typical TUC recognition agreement for academies. A copy of this copy must be returned to Resource D. 6.4 Any discrepancies in interpretation of this agreement must be referred to the Director of the Personnel Department or to the designated (and accredited) union representative at trial. 4.1 Representatives of recognised trade union organisations are given adequate opportunities to perform their duties under this agreement, in accordance with the Trade Union and Professional Relations Act (1992) Section 168. 3.6 The points in this section of the agreement are those of Section 178 of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992, as amended by the following legislation.