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Rank and file employees also began to come on board when labor representatives of the joint labor-management council decided to join in February of this year.
The staffing plan is developed by a joint labor-management committee or pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement;
CMRAVE is a non-profit Section 501(c)(3) joint labor-management committee established under Section 302(c)(9) of the Labor Management Relations Act.
A joint labor-management committee has been undertaking the development of innovative programs to improve Sylmar's mental health programs and the security of the facility.
The two-year agreement, effective July 1, 2002, through June 30, 2004, includes the following provisions: job protections and employment security Coy prohibiting the contracting out of health care employees' jobs); minimum pay increases of 11 percent; full employer-paid health care coverage for employees and 95 percent employer-paid coverage for their family members; and the establishment of a joint labor-management committee to maintain dialogue between the union and hospital.
By its terms, the ADA prohibits acts of discrimination against qualified people with disabilities by a "covered entity," which the statute defines as an employer, employment agency, labor organization, or joint labor-management committee.
The institute focused on the building blocks of creating and sustaining a joint labor-management partnership such as the leadership qualities needed by both labor and management in undertaking a partnership program, the importance of strategic planning, measurement and costing services, and how to change the culture of the organization.
Although there are some successful joint labor-management and government training programs designed to assist dislocated workers or raise the skill levels of employees, these programs are inadequate in scope or funding.