7.2 The Council makes available to any worker who is a member of the bargaining unit at the time of the signing of this agreement a copy of this agreement and a copy of any additional agreement and, furthermore, a copy of that agreement is made available to any worker entering the bargaining unit. In order to meet the employer`s obligation under this clause, workers can access this agreement electronically. Subject to paragraphs 17.5 and FPSLRA, the association may present to the Board, on behalf of workers in the bargaining unit who feel aggrieved by the interpretation or application of a provision of the collective agreement or arbitration award, a class action on behalf of the workers in the bargaining unit. In the event of alleged misinterpretation or misapsed under agreements of the National Joint Council (NJC) of the Public Service on matters that may be included in a collective agreement and approved by the parties to this agreement, the appeal procedure will be in accordance with the NJC-By-Laws. 51.3 In the event of a non-level in the appeal procedure under paragraph 51.2, no other level is waived, except by mutual agreement. The asterisks on the margins indicate changes from the previous agreement. 51.4 By mutual agreement, the parties may use a mediator to resolve a complaint in relation to discrimination. The selection of the mediator is done by mutual agreement. 20.2 NJC points that may be included in a collective agreement are the points that the parties to the NJC agreements have designated as such or on which the Chairman of the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Board has ruled in accordance with the c) of the NJC agreement that came into force on December 6, 1978. 5.1 The parties to this agreement recognize the mutual benefits of joint consultation and are willing to engage in discussions on issues of common interest; these discussions will not affect the position that the Council or association wishes to adopt in the future on whether to regulate the issues through the provisions of collective agreements. other leave, as prescribed by this agreement. 46.5 If a worker is admitted by a Council official authorized to participate in a course, conference or seminar, but is not obligated, the provisions of paragraph 46.1 do not apply and the worker will not pay compensation for the period during which the worker moves outside his normal work schedule. 23.1 The Commission recognizes the right of the association to appoint worker directors, subject to the agreement of both parties in accordance with point 23.2.
These transitional provisions apply to workers who were placed on leave on the date or after the signing of this agreement and who were on leave. 2.2 In this agreement, words that matter to the male sex must include the female sex and vice versa. 42.2 If there is disagreement over the application of this clause, the parties consult with the resolution of disputes. In order to enhance security, payments covered in paragraphs 56.9 to 56.12 of Schedule C or similar provisions in other collective agreements are considered a termination benefit for the management of this clause. 2.3 The English and French texts of this agreement are both officially. 46.4 When a worker is required by a Council official to travel on his or her day off or during a given leave to attend a course, conference or seminar, the provisions of item 46.1. 55.1 NRC`s workforce adjustment policy is part of this collective agreement and is reviewed and negotiated by the signatories of the directive in accordance with the terms of the directive.