If you are a member of TICA, remember that at any time you turn to our advice line for email@example.com NAECI 2019 – 2020 is available in free pdf (see article below) and in the form of a booklet for purchase. The purchase details of the original printed booklets, as well as postage and packaging fees, are as follows: NAECI 2019 – 2020 booklets are published in 2nd class, unless the first class is expressly requested. For more information, please contact TICA on 01325 466704 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org The membership structure and NJCECI statutes provide the basis for a single table agreement and create the standardization power of good practice. Continuous improvement in standards has had a positive impact on workers` safety and well-being conditions; and it continues to have a great influence on the performance of the engineering industry. If you are a member of EIN TICA and would like more information about Furlough or access to a standard model letter, please send an email email@example.com A meeting schedule to discuss the claim will be arranged in due course. Across NAECI, there are a number of instruments and facilitators that enable stakeholders to achieve these goals, and they have been summarized in a single document for easy reference. The paper can be downloaded here. At the end of 2019, the NJC agreed on a recommendation by the group on the extension of NAECI 3.1 (b) on the effective use of working time. The PDF version of NAECI 2019-2020 has been updated to include this change and is available in v3 below.
An NJC guide that completes this new modified section is available here for download. NJC Communiques are regularly edited to provide information on NAECI`s new progress, new NAECI rate advice and key industry information. You`ll find them in our archive of documents. Following meetings with the signatories of the TICA union and at the end of our negotiations in 2016/2017, employers were advised to comply with EAT and calculate the holiday holiday allowance in euros on the basis of the “normal salary” that was put in place during the twelve weeks prior to each leave. This should include overtime, all taxed items of the radius allowance and all bonuses or incentives. THE EAT case applies only to the 20 days of leave resulting from the European Working Time Directive (Euro-leave) and not to the entire right to 33 days` leave under the TICI Pink Book Agreement. Members are recommended to calculate the leave allowance for these 13 days beyond the euro days off using the base salary and contractual hours. THE EAT decision confirmed that it is up to the employer to identify the 20 days of leave in euros. The signatory parties together form the National Joint Council of the Construction Industry (CNJ), which oversees the operation of NAECI and conducts regular rate and other conditions audits.