3. If there is still no agreement, the two Parties shall jointly use, within 15 working days from the date of the above-mentioned meeting, opportunities for third party conciliation through the Jersey Advisory and Conciliation Service (JACS) to ensure that every effort is made to resolve the conflict in the spirit and procedures contained in this Agreement. 1. The matter which gives rise to concern for either Party to this Agreement shall be discussed at the earliest between the representatives of the undertaking who have been authorised by the company to act on their behalf and the employee representatives (including delegates) at a regular or specially convened meeting, in the spirit of this Agreement. Notes on the results of the interviews will be taken and distributed to those present. The recognition agreement should provide sufficient detail to ensure the effectiveness of collective bargaining and provide for meetings to take place at regular intervals, prior to a regular salary review date set out in the agreement. This agreement between (name of employer) (company) and (name of union) (union) applies from (date) in order to recognize the union within the company for the purpose of employee representation and to create a framework for consultation and collective bargaining. This agreement is maintained, unless one of the parties has 6 months` notice. The rates of pay and/or other conditions set out in Section 3 shall be reviewed annually with representatives of the trade union in accordance with the usual negotiated methods or long-term agreements concluded with representatives of the trade union. This verification obligation does not necessarily mean an increase in wages or conditions. Note 1: The employer and the trade union may agree that the scope of the collective agreement contains specific provisions covering all other conditions agreed by the parties to be appropriate. If so, each title should contain sufficient detail to appropriately describe the negotiated provision Example: both parties agree to negotiate and reach agreement on all matters relating to the issues as agreed (examples below).
Where a Party attempts to change any aspect of the Agreement or current working methods, that Party shall inform the other Party X (date) in writing of its request to discuss such changes; unless both parties agree to such changes on that date. Status quo: in the event of a difference that cannot be resolved, any practice or agreement that pre-existed before the difference will be continued until an agreement is reached in the dispute settlement procedure. The spirit and intention of both parties is that there will be no undue or inappropriate delay in dealing with the issues by the agreed procedure. The Code of Conduct (1) specifies that after the recognition of a trade union, employers and trade unions should agree on a minimum method of collective bargaining on wages, working time and holidays, otherwise recognition is practically insignificant. . . .