UNION DUES


Click this link to be directed to a site that will authorize the automatic payroll deduction of your contractually obligated union dues.


Click this link to read about how paying dues is an investment. It allows the union to defend and protect the membership. By pooling resources at the local level and the international level, the union can defend and protect all of its members.

CBA with Motivate LLC


ARTICLE 7 - UNION CHECK-OFF


Section 1. The Employer shall deduct from each Employee an amount equal to the membership dues and initiation fees uniformly required as conditions of maintaining financial obligations toward the Union pursuant to a valid written authorization from the Employee.


Section 2. The deduction of dues and initiation fees from the respective Employees' wages or salaries will be biweekly.


ARTICLE 6 - UNION SECURITY


Section 1. Subject to applicable law, all Unit Employees in good standing on the effective date of this Agreement or who become members of the Union in good standing following the effective date of this Agreement shall as a condition of employment remain members of the Union in good standing insofar as the payment of periodic dues and initiation fees, uniformly required, is concerned.


Section 2. Subject to applicable law, all present Employees who are not members of the Union and individuals hired after the effective date of this Agreement shall as a condition of employment, beginning on the thirtieth (30th) day following the effective date of this Agreement or the thirtieth (30th) day following employment, whichever is later, become and remain members of the Union in good standing insofar as the payment of periodic dues and initiation fees, uniformly required, is concerned.


Section 3. The failure of any Employee to maintain and continue financial obligations to the Union requires the Employer, upon proper notice from the Union of such failure, to discharge the Employee within seven (7) days of such notice, during such time, a delinquent Employee shall have the right to cure such deficiency by tending payment of the owed amounts.