Neca Agreement

Neca Agreement

Employers` enterprise agreements are employment contracts that NECA members can apply in their own companies. Alana Costa E: alana.costa@neca.asn.au P: 03 9645 5533 Employeee Relations Adviser There are three frequently used non-NECA “national agreements” among which members sometimes have to work. Although NECA is not directly involved in these agreements, we maintain a relationship with the organizations that manage them to support chapters and members when needed. As a general rule, a two-step procedure is necessary to allow a contractor to work under one of these agreements: first, contractors must sign the specific agreement; second, the contractor must request that the agreement be “extended” to a specific organization. The process is necessary for each agreement and may vary depending on the agreement. For more information on these agreements, please see the link below. Pattern Agreement Guides are controlled and approved by NECA National and IBEW International Office and contain all categories I, II and optional for indoor, outdoor and residential agreements. To view EU enterprise agreements, please register. Enterprise agreements are enterprise-level agreements between the employer and employees on the terms of employment. In 2007, the NECA Executive Committee decided to adopt the Code of Excellence as a Category I language, meaning that any agreement between the NECA chapters and local IBEW residents would include a language that would allow each domain to develop and adopt its own code of excellence, with a few minimum guidelines.

IbEW also approved this proposal. The code of excellence has thus become universal in our sector, while being adapted to the specific needs of different regions. James Greuter E: james.greuter@neca.asn.au P: 03 9645 5533 Industrial Relations Consultants Chapter NECA, States, Districts and Regions have developed unique agreements to address specific types of labour and market recovery initiatives. Models of these agreements are available in the presented file. Andrew McIlroy E: andrew.mcilroy@neca.asn.au P: 03 9645 5533 Head of Workplace Relations – Legal Services In electrical construction, NECA`s access to a productive and talented workforce makes everything possible. Agreements are an essential part of this process. The NECA has information and resources from employment contracts relating to Category I, Category II and optional language, ace letters, national and special agreements.