2023 - 2026 SEIU 1021 Memorandum of Understanding: Article 23: Full Understanding, Modification, Waiver
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- 23.1 MOU – Full Understanding
- 23.2 MOU – Meet & Confer Waiver
- 23.3 MOU – Modification
- 23.4 Civil Service Commission Authority – No Limit
- 23.5 MOU – Non-Precedent Setting
- 23.6 Incorporate Side Letters into MOU
23.1 MOU – Full Understanding
This Memorandum of Understanding sets forth the full and entire understanding of the parties regarding the matters set forth herein. Any other prior or existing understanding or agreements by the parties, whether formal or informal, regarding any such matters are hereby superseded or terminated in their entirety.
23.2 MOU – Meet and Confer Waiver
Except as specifically provided herein, it is agreed and understood that the County and the Union voluntarily and unqualifiedly waive the right to meet and confer over any subject expressly covered by this agreement for the term of the agreement unless mutually agreed to by the County and the Union.
23.3 MOU – Modification
No agreement, alteration, understanding, variation, waiver, or modification of any of the terms or provisions contained herein shall in any manner be binding upon the parties hereto, unless made and executed in writing by the parties hereto, and if required, approved and implemented by County’s Board of Supervisors.
23.4 Civil Service Commission Authority – No Limit
Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to limit or remove the existing or future jurisdiction or authority of the Civil Service Commission as provided in Ordinance No. 305-A as amended, or as provided in the Rules adopted thereunder.
23.5 MOU – Non-Precedent Setting
The waiver of any breach, term, or condition of this Memorandum of Understanding by either party shall not constitute a precedent in the future enforcement of all its terms and provisions.
23.6 Incorporate Side Letters into MOU
All side letters shall be incorporated into this Agreement by March 29, 2023. This MOU constitutes the entire agreement between the Union and the County.