Collective Agreement No 2 Of 2014

2. If a party sitting at the central table (the “original party”) has been replaced by another employers` bargaining agency or the workers` bargaining agency (the “successor party”) for the purposes of central bargaining for the next collective agreement, the successor party may give the agreement described in paragraph 1 and the original party may no longer do so. (3) In this Act, centralised bargaining covers collective bargaining between an employers` bargaining agency and a workers` bargaining agency, with the inclusion of central terms in a collective agreement between a school authority and a negotiator. (6) An employer bargaining agency is not authorized to enter into a settlement agreement without the consent of the Crown that resigns a difference resulting from the interpretation, application or management of a central provision. 3. (2) In this Act, local collective bargaining covers collective bargaining between a school authority and a negotiator for a collective agreement or, if central and local bargaining is necessary, collective bargaining for local concepts to be incorporated into a collective agreement. (6) A collective agreement containing central and local conditions may come into force only when the central conditions have been ratified by the parties to the central table and agreed to by the Crown and the local conditions have been ratified by the parties at the local table. . . .