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  • AGREEMENT

    between

    LOCKHEED MARTIN AERONAUTICS COMPANY - MARIETTA

    And

    THE AERONAUTICAL MACHINISTS

    LOCAL LODGES 709, 1027, AND 2386

    and

    THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION

    OF MACHINISTS AND AEROSPACE WORKERS,

    A.F. of L.-C.I.O.

    EFFECTIVE DATE: March 3, 2014

    ANNIVERSARY DATE: March 4, 2018

  • PART A AND PART B

    of the

    AGREEMENT

    Between

    LOCKHEED MARTIN AERONAUTICS COMPANY - MARIETTA

    and

    THE AERONAUTICAL MACHINISTS LOCAL LODGES 709, 1027, AND 2386

    and

    THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MACHINISTS AND AEROSPACE

    WORKERS, A.F. of L.- C.I.O.

    EFFECTIVE DATE: March 3, 2014

    ANNIVERSARY DATE: March 4, 2018

  • i

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    PREAMBLE ....................................................... vi PART A

    PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO THE ENTIRE

    MULTI-PLANT BARGAINING UNIT Section 1 - Recognition and Jurisdiction ......... 1 Section 2 - Interpretation and Application ....... 7 Section 3 - Period of Agreement and Procedure for Amending or Replacing Agreement .................... 9

    PART B

    PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO MARIETTA PLANT REPRESENTED EMPLOYEES

    ARTICLE I - GENERAL PROVISIONS Section 1 - Jurisdiction and Definitions ......... 13 Section 2 - Authority of Union ...................... 15 Section 3 - Sole Agreement ........................... 15 Section 4 - Performance Required ................. 16 Section 5 - Successors and Assigns ............... 17 Section 6 - Right to Manage Plant ................. 17 Section 7 - Apprenticeship Agreement .......... 17 Section 8 - Strikes and Lockouts.................... 17 Section 9 - Union Responsibility ................... 18 Section 10 - Deductions from Earnings for Union Dues................................. 18 Section 11 - Separability ................................ 22

  • ii

    Section 12 - Security Regulations .................. 23 Section 13 - Non-Discrimination ................... 24 Section 14 - Subcontracting ........................... 24 ARTICLE II - UNION-COMPANY RELATIONS Section 1 - Union Stewards and Committeemen ............................ 26 Section 2 - Union Officials and Business Representatives ............................ 32 Section 3 - Cooperation .................................. 33 Section 4 - Bulletin Boards and Posting Notices ............................ 33 Section 5 - Solicitation of Membership ......... 34 Section 6 - Reports and Other Information to be Furnished to the Union ....... 35 ARTICLE III - GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE AND ARBITRATION Section 1 - Method of Handling Employee Grievances ................................... 40 Section 2 - Method of Handling Multiple Grievances ................................... 49 Section 3 - Union Grievances ........................ 50 Section 4 - Joint Labor Relations Committee 51 Section 5 - Classification Grievance Committee ................................... 52 Section 6 - Arbitration .................................... 53 Section 7 - Alternative Resolution Process ... 56 ARTICLE IV - SENIORITY Section 1 - Basis of Seniority ......................... 58

  • iii

    Section 2 - Establishment of Seniority Rights ........................................... 61 Section 3 - Layoffs ......................................... 62 Section 4 - Recall............................................ 73 Section 5 - Physically Handicapped Employees ................................... 79 Section 6 - Employees Entering Armed Forces ........................................... 80 Section 7 - Information to be Furnished the Union ..................................... 81 Section 8 - Loss of Seniority .......................... 82 Section 9 - Promotion and Upgrading ........... 83 Section 10 - Priority in Filling Available Openings .................................... 91 Section 11 - Transfers .................................... 93 Section 12 - Job Opportunities ....................... 94 ARTICLE V - EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS Section 1 - Sanitary, Safety and Health Conditions .................................... 95 Section 2 - Hiring Age ................................... 96 Section 3 - Employment Not Jeopardized ..... 96 ARTICLE VI - EMPLOYEE PRIVILEGES Section 1 - Vacations ...................................... 97 Section 2 - Sick and Injury Leave ................ 101 Section 3 - Holidays ..................................... 106 Section 4 - Leaves Without Pay ................... 109 Section 5 - Rest Periods ............................... 112 Section 6 - Jury Duty .................................... 113 Section 7 - Employees' Group Insurance Plan ............................................ 115

  • iv

    Section 8 - Educational Facilities ................. 116 Section 9 - Military Reserve Training Leave .......................................... 116 ARTICLE VII - PAY PROVISIONS Section 1 - Wage Rates and Performance Reviews ...................................... 118 Section 2 - Rate Retention for Employees Accepting Downgrading Under the

    Layoff Procedures ...................... 120 Section 3 - Temporary Promotion ................ 122 Section 4 - Overtime Pay .............................. 122 Section 5 - Hours and Days of Work ............ 124 Section 6 - Premium for Hours and Days of Work ............................. 126 Section 7 - Payroll Deductions-Company Reimbursement .......................... 127 Section 8 - Report Time ................................ 128 Section 9 - Pay Period ................................... 128 Section 10 - Lost Time .................................. 129 Section 11 - Pay for Lead.............................. 129 Section 12 - Field Duty ................................. 130 Section 13 - Flight Test Pay .......................... 135 ARTICLE VIII - PAY RATES Section 1 - Job Descriptions and Basic Rates of Pay for Classified Employees ............... 136 Section 2 - Rate Ranges for Labor Grades 138 Section 3 - Cost-of-Living Adjustment ........ 144 Section 4 - General Wage Increase and

    Supplemental Cost-of-Living Payments .................................... 149

  • v

    SUPPLEMENT "A" Factory Job Classifications and Labor Grades ...................................... 152 SUPPLEMENT "B" Technical and Office Job Classifications and Labor Grades ..... 159 SUPPLEMENT "C" Joint Statement of Policy for Application of Job Descriptions ........ 162 SUPPLEMENT "D" Glossary of Terms and Phrases - Factory Job Descriptions .................... 167 SUPPLEMENT "E" Glossary of Terms and Phrases - Technical and Office Job Descriptions ........................................ 179 SUPPLEMENT "F" Letters of Procedure and Understanding .................................... 183 SUPPLEMENT "H" Attendance Standards - Hourly Employees ............................................ 293 SUPPLEMENT "I" Plant-Wide Overtime Agreement........ 302

  • vi

    P R E A M B L E

    This agreement, between the Company and the Union, evidences the desire of the parties hereto to promote and maintain harmonious relations be-tween the Company and its employees, and the Union as their representative.

  • 1

    PART A

    PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO THE ENTIRE MULTI-PLANT BARGAINING UNIT

    Section 1 - Recognition and Jurisdiction (A) For the period of this Agreement, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Marietta, sometimes hereinafter referred to as "LM Aero Marietta, recognizes the International Association of Machin-ists and Aerospace Workers, AFL-CIO, sometimes hereinafter referred to as the "IAM&AW", and its Local Lodges 709, 1027, and 2386 thereof as the exclusive representative of hourly-paid employees in the multi-plant collective bargaining unit consisting of the following groups of employees, as hereinafter defined, for purposes of collective bargaining in re-spect to rates of pay, wages, hours of employment, or other conditions of employment: (1) Marietta Plant Represented Employees, as

    defined in Part B of this Agreement; (2) Clarksburg Plant Represented Employees, as

    defined in Part C of this Agreement; (3) Meridian Plant Represented Employees, as

    defined in Part I of this Agreement. All of the employees in the three groups of employ-ees referred to above constitute a single multi-plant

    PART A - SECTION 1

  • 2

    collective bargaining unit. The three employee groups which constitute this multi-plant collective bargaining unit and which are each defined in the Parts of the Agreement referred to above are some-times hereinafter referred to as the "Contract Admin-istration Groups", or individually as a "Contract Ad-ministration Group". (B) If, during the term of this Agreement, LM Aero - Marietta establishes, within any of the fifty states of the United States except the State of Georgia, a new "feeder plant" which produces aircraft assemblies for use in the aircraft assembled at the Marietta Plant of LM AERO - MARIETTA, the IAM&AW will make a written claim that it represents, and LM AERO - MARIETTA will recognize the IAM&AW as the exclusive collective bargaining representative for, the hourly-paid employees of LM AERO - MARIETTA who work at that new feeder plant and who are employed in one of the represented job clas-sifications covered by Parts C or I of this Agreement and such other new production and maintenance job classifications as may be initially established at the new "feeder plant", provided that no such represen-tation will be claimed and no such recognition will be extended where such recognition would cons-titute a vi

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