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Article 39 Labor-Management Cooperation
Posted On: Oct 29, 2013

Article 39

Labor-Management Cooperation

In the spirit of labor-management cooperation, Union and Management mutually

recognize and endorse the involvement of affected employees and their

representatives as early as possible. To this end, the parties agree that forums or

processes for Union or employee involvement in Management’s deliberative

processes which exist at the time this Collective Bargaining Agreement goes into

effect may voluntarily continue. Such cooperative dealings remain voluntary to

both Management and Labor and do not constitute past practices under this

Agreement. At any time during the life of this Agreement, either party may

unilaterally terminate such voluntary forums or processes and no bargaining

obligation will incur. It is understood that AFGE Local 12, in agreeing to the

continuation of such forums or processes, does not waive any statutory or

contractual rights including, but not limited to, formal discussions, notifications of

Management changes which impact on working conditions of bargaining unit

employees, and the right to bargain, consistent with the Federal Service Labor-

Management Relations Statute, in regard to the impact and implementation of

such Management changes.

No later than four months after the effective date of this Agreement, the parties

will exchange information and compile a single definitive list of all such forums or

processes at all levels of the Department which existed at the time the previous

Agreement expired and which both Union and Management desire to continue. At

any time during the life of the Agreement, when either party elects to terminate

such arrangement, it will notify the other party through the existing channels of

labor-management communication. The parties may by mutual agreement

develop new arrangements of this type during the life of the Agreement. All such

new arrangements must be approved by the Union and Management at the

Departmental level.


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