125 A essential service agreement is in effect until the parties collectively find that there are no collective agreements in the unit of workers in positions necessary to provide essential services to the employer. (a) without taking into account the availability of other persons who may provide essential service during a strike; and (2) At the time of the notice, the replacement position is considered a defined position in the essential service agreement and the position it has replaced is deemed to no longer be identified. (b) on the basis that the employer is not required to change the way the employer normally works, including normal working time, the volume of overtime use by the employer and the equipment used in the employer`s business to provide essential service during a strike. Finally, with respect to strike activities, members who perform essential functions may not participate in strike activities while on duty, but may participate in their own time while on duty. In addition, members who are invited to perform non-essential tasks should challenge management in this direction and address their branch president. If members are appointed, they should follow the “work now, grieve later” rule. In this case, members must write down the date, time, name of the supervisor and the tasks performed and pass it on without delay to a representative of the Union. Similarly, a supervisor should ask members to perform the duties of a striking employee and should also say no. When they are ordered, they should work and then grieve. 2.
The House may delay the processing of the application until it is satisfied that the employer and the negotiator have made every reasonable effort to amend the essential service agreement. 5. In determining the number of jobs required to provide an essential service to the employer, the Committee may take into account the fact that some workers in the collective unit may be required by the employer to perform their duties that relate to the provision of essential service to a greater proportion than normal during a strike. 126 (1) When a party communicates in writing to the other party an essential service agreement that the interested party is working to amend the essential service agreement, the parties must do everything in their power to amend it as soon as possible. 131 If, despite a provision of this division, the employer or negotiator believes that a temporary amendment to an essential service agreement or its suspension is necessary because of an emergency, but the parties are unable to agree, one of the two parties may at any time, with the House, temporarily amend the suspension of the agreement.