(1) The university has received a written notification (z.B) to individuals who have been offered an ESA summer meeting. A letter or email) about the appointment. If an organization is available more than thirty (30) days before the transfer, the ESA receives a written notification of the date at least thirty (30) days before the start of the transfer. In cases where a position is available less than thirty (30) days before the start of the summer session, it is informed as soon as possible. The notice is not limited to nomination titles; Contact with the summer session/recruitment unit; Academic Department/Program, if known; Validity dates salary/salary; Percentage of appointments (or range of hours); Reaction requirements, if any; A statement that the point of view is covered by a collective agreement between the parties; The address of the contract`s website and a statement that the name and address of the department of all ESAs will be disclosed to the UAW. 2. Notification of the summer session of the recruitment service will also include the following information, if known: department/academic program, faculty member or supervisor to whom the person will report, the place where the work is performed, assigned courses, general responsibilities and other information, as deemed appropriate by the university. If the information is not known and available at the time of notification of appointment by the recruitment department for the summer session, this information will be communicated later by the university and if the information is provided in writing in practice. If, during the term of the contract, changes in federal or national law occur, the parties will meet and transfer as required by law. B. After the written announcement, the UAW may request that up to 2 campus meetings be scheduled per year.
These meetings are convened within 30 days of the request, provided that the UAW submits a written agenda no later than five (5) days before the meeting or meetings. The purpose of the meetings is to examine the questions that need to be asked of academic and student workers; however, the university is not required to enter into agreements that would somehow change the agreement. In addition, issues that address the agreement are excluded from the debate. The EU and the university meet four times (4) times a calendar year in 2019 and 2020 to discuss issues related to university student employment, immigration status and work permits. The parties may, by mutual agreement, add additional meetings. 1. The parties recognize that, for the duration of this agreement, it may be necessary for the university to make changes in areas in the negotiations. If the university considers it necessary to make such changes, the university informs the UAW of the proposed changes thirty (30) calendar days prior to their proposed implementation.