(c) the member`s workers receive, through the trust, equivalent benefits which, under a collective agreement, are granted by confidence in the member`s workers, as long as a collective agreement provides for the granting of such benefits. (5) A collective agreement is not binding and section 35 of the Code does not apply to a person who is under contract with a health employer. `collective agreement` means a collective agreement within the meaning of Article 1(1) of the Law on labour relations, to which a member of the CSSEA belongs; 2. A member of the CSSEA who is a party to a collective agreement containing provisions relating to job security shall not be required to apply the provisions relating to job security. 2. The Deputy Governor of the Council may authorize a member not to become a participating employer if the Vice-Governor of the Council is satisfied that benefits equivalent to those required by a collective agreement that the member must grant by trusting the workers of that member are otherwise granted to the workers, as long as a collective agreement requires the provision of those benefits. (a) anything done under the collective agreement before this Act comes into force or (2) A collective agreement between heabc and a union representing health care workers may not contain any provision that limits, limits or otherwise regulates the right of an employer in the health sector to enter into contracts for the provision of non-clinical services outside of the health sector. of the collective agreement. (2) A party to the collective agreement is not required to enforce any part of a provision based on the HASA in or resulting from the collective agreement. (b) where applicable, the amount of remuneration instead of dismissal applicable to that worker under the collective agreement as soon as paragraph 2 is in force. (4) A provision of a collective agreement requiring an employer to consult with a union prior to a contract for the provision of non-clinical services entered into outside the collective agreement. `collective agreement` means a collective agreement between heabc and a trade union or trade union organisation in an appropriate bargaining unit; (a) requiring a health sector employer to negotiate with a union to replace any provision of the contract that does not comply with subsection 1 or (3). or to continue to be a participating employer to the extent that it is out of service necessary for the execution of an authorisation.
3. The ESLA does not apply for the purposes of the interpretation or application of the collective agreement. 14 (1) In this section, the term „job security provisions“ means one or more provisions that have been incorporated into a collective agreement to reflect „section 9 – Language of job security“ in the Ombudsman`s recommendations regarding the collective agreement. „ESLA“ means the Agreement on Job Security and Workforce Adjustment, which is part of the recommendations of the Industrial Inquiry Commissioner of the 8th, was published in whole or in part in one or more collective agreements between HEABC and the unions representing workers in appropriate bargaining units, and contains all the provisions of the collective agreements resulting from the ESLA; including Part 4 and Schedule 1 of the recommendations of the Industrial Inquiry Commissioner; (b) shall designate a position in accordance with the collective agreement if the employer requires the candidate who has obtained that position to work regularly on more than one job of that employer to create employment in that position. . . .