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. The issues to be addressed in collective bargaining between university management and staff are as follows, some of which are part of a national framework: should employers recognize a union if the collective agreement unit is not headquartered in the United Kingdom? The High Court recently ruled that if the link with Britain was “strong enough,” British trade union law would apply. 4.13 In order to facilitate the absorption of the allocated time, the university will set up a system for filling up accredited trade union delegates until the following date: if a union wants to negotiate with an employer on behalf of a group of workers (the “bargaining unit”), it must be recognized by that employer. b) the university union, in writing, knowingly of the Ztin. “The person has ceased to be a union representative; 2.2 The University agrees not to negotiate with organizations that are not included in this agreement with respect to the issues covered by this agreement. Nevertheless, the university acknowledges that the number of union members within the university can vary considerably, which could mean that the unions covered by this agreement may also need to be reviewed and varied. Under these conditions, the university will consult with the accredited unions before a final decision is made. 3.11.2 Information on the consultation on redundancies when the university proposes to dismiss 20 or more officers (according to Section 188 of TULR (C) amended in 1992) in order to reach an agreement. That`s the minimum right. Confirmation of the recognition of trade unions by the University of Bath and the institutions that are given to their representatives.
4.2.5 Meeting with other union representatives, either accredited local representatives or full-time public servants; 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.