Collective Bargaining Agreement Oregon

(1) Any collective bargaining between the state and its agencies and any exclusive representative of certified or recognized workers of classified information is subject to the management and supervision of the Director of the Oregon Department of Administrative Services. (2) Notwithstanding one of the provisions of ORS 240.235 (compensation plan for classified services), 240,306 (recruitment, selection and promotion of state agents), 240,316 (test service), 240,430 (merit assessment) and 240,551 (working time, leave, leave and leave of classified public service workers), government employees who are in appropriate rate units certified or recognized , have all aspects of their wages, hours and other conditions of employment, through collective agreements between the state and its agencies and the exclusive representatives of the workers of these workers, in accordance with the provisions of ORS 243.650 (definitions of ORS 243.650 until 243.806) until 243.806 (agreement authorising the public employer to make deductions on the wages or salaries of public employees) , except for the recruitment and selection of first-time applicants. 3. The provisions of the Oregon Department of Administrative Services, the themes of which are included in collective agreements, do not apply to workers in appropriate collective agreements. The provision of a collective agreement granting lateral broadcasting rights to current workers was valid under this section, and the fact that its implementation resulted in male employment was not contrary to the statutes of the affirmative action state. State Executive Dept. OPEU, 91 Gold App 124, 754 P2d 582 (1988) (4) The Department ensures that workers` complaints are promptly resolved by adopting an appeal procedure leading to a final decision by the employer within 60 days of filing a written complaint, followed by a complaint to the Labour Relations Office, Citizens` Rights Section of the Office of Industries and Labour. or any other appropriate supervisory body. Workers in collective agreement units must have their claims settled in accordance with the collective agreement. [1979 c.468 No 24; 1997 v.23 No 1].