Technological Change Collective Agreement

(b) the collective agreement contains provisions defining procedures where that any issues relating to the conditions or security of employment that may be affected by technological changes can be negotiated and settled definitively for the duration of the agreement; or (a) the employer has informed the bargaining partner in writing of technological developments, which is essentially in accordance with Article 52, paragraph 2, item 23.01, 23.01 The parties have agreed that, in cases where, due to technological changes, the services of a worker will no longer be required beyond a certain date due to a lack of work or termination of duties. the parties` employment transfer policy (Annex B). In all other cases, the following clauses apply. 23.07 If, as a result of technological change, the employer finds that a worker needs new skills or knowledge to perform the worker`s quality duties, the employer will do everything in its power to provide the necessary training during the worker`s working time, without loss of pay and at no cost to the worker. 52 (1) An obligated collective agreement who wants to bring about a technological change that could affect the conditions or security of employment for a significant number of workers in the employer to whom the collective agreement applies informs the negotiator who is bound by a collective agreement at least one hundred and twenty days before the date on which the technological changes took place. 50 To the extent that a conventional termination has taken place under that part, (ii) make every reasonable effort to enter into a collective agreement; and marginal note: Notification of the extension or revision of a collective agreement or the conclusion of a new collective agreement (i) before the date the employer and the negotiator entered into the collective agreement when the notice requiring the parties to enter into collective bargaining for the purposes of concluding this collective agreement was issued in accordance with Section 48; or b) that all information must be included in a notice on technological changes, in addition to the information requested in subsection 2. (d) the impact that technological changes can have on the conditions or job security of the workers concerned; and 23.03 Both parties recognize the general benefits of technological change and will therefore encourage and encourage technological change in the employer`s businesses. In an effort to implement technological change, the employer will look for ways to minimize the negative effects on workers that may result from these changes. (i) help workers affected by technological change to adapt to the effects of technological change and (b) when the employer proposes to make technological changes; (b) the names of workers who should initially be affected by the proposed technological changes; and 49 (1) Each contracting party may, within four months immediately before the expiry of the collective agreement or within the longer period that may be provided for in the collective agreement, ask the other party to the collective agreement to begin renewing or revising the collective agreement or to enter into a new collective agreement.