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  • SKILLED TRADESAGREEMENTS AND

    LETTERS OF

    UNDERSTANDING

    between

    UAW

    and the

    FORD MOTOR COMPANY

    Agreements Dated

    November 5, 2015

    (Effective November 23, 2015) printed on recycled paper MICHIGAN133

    PRINTED IN U.S.A.

    64353-UAW Ford Skilled Trades Cvr 1up.indd 1 10/26/16 8:24 AM

  • Ford Motor Company and the UAW recognize their respective responsibilities under federal and state laws relating to fair employment practices.

    The Company and the Union recognize the moral principles involved in the area of civil rights and have reaffirmed in their Collective Bargaining Agreement their commitment not to discriminate because of race, religion, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, union activity, national origin, or against any employee with disabilities.

    Greg DrudiDon GodfreyDarryl NolenBob TiseoPhil ArgentoTracy AusenCarol BagdadyMatthew BarnettMonica BassDavid BerryCarlo BishopShawn CampbellJerry CarsonAlfonzo CashTiffany CogerGerard CoiffardSean CoughlinChris CrumpRonda DanielsonRocky Di IacovoGregg DunnJodey DunnBill EaddyBill Ellis

    Roy EscandonJeffrey FaberBrett FoxKenneth GafaMichael GammellaRaenell GlennR. Brian GoffRuth GoldenJane GrangerAndre GreenJoe GucciardoDan HuddlestonMichael JosephThomas KanitzBrandon KeattsMichael KerrJerry LawsonJohn McCollumLisa MayberryArmando MedelRobb MillerWalter MillsGloria MoyaRick Pack

    Angelique Peterson-MayberryGregory PoetReggie RansomLorenzo RobinsonMichael RobisonNick RutovicAngelo SacinoLes ShawMichael ShoemakerCasandra ShortridgeLarry ShraderGarry SommervilleJeffrey TerryKevin TolbertVaughan TolliverTony VultaggioDeneen WhitakerMike WhitedMark WilliamsMichael WoolmanSteve ZimmerlaRudy GomezDan Taylor

    National Ford Department Staff2015 Negotiations

    Jimmy SettlesVice President and Director

    UAW Ford, Aerospace, Chaplaincy and Insurance

    64348-UAW Ford Agreements Cvr 1up.indd 2 11/15/16 7:07 AM

  • SKILLED TRADESAGREEMENTS AND

    LETTERS OF

    UNDERSTANDING

    between

    UAW

    and the

    FORD MOTOR COMPANY

    Agreements Dated

    November 5, 2015

    (Effective November 23, 2015)

  • printed on recycled paper MICHIGAN 133PRINTED IN U.S.A.

  • NOTE:The material in this booklet contains portions of the terms of theCollective Bargaining Agreement dated November 5, 2015, as theyrelate to Skilled Trades including Apprenticeship.

    The contractual language in the Skilled Trades Agreements andLetters of Understanding supplement will include provisions ofthe Collective BargainingAgreement and Letters of Understandingbetween the Ford Motor Company and the UAW and other sourcesapplicable to the skilled trades. However, the consolidation ofthis language does not impact the intent of the original language.The purpose of this booklet is to place under one cover informationaffecting Skilled Trades. Information that is common to all hourlyemployees, such as Retirement, SUB, Group Life and DisabilityInsurance, Hospital-Surgical-Medical-Prescription Drug-Dental-Vision and the Master Collective Bargaining Agreement, etc., is notreproduced in its entirety in the Skilled Trades Agreements andLetters of Understanding supplement. This general informationapplicable to all hourly employees has, however, been reproduced inother booklet forms.

    We hope you will find this booklet helpful.JIMMY SETTLES BILL DIRKSENVice President and Director Vice President, UAW, National Ford Department Labor Affairs

    3

  • COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTSkilled Trades Supplemental Agreement .........................................9Exhibit I Apprenticeship Standards ...............................................14Representatives and Consultant................................................14Article 1. Definitions ................................................................14Article 2. Apprenticeship Eligibility Requirements ................15Article 3. Credit for Previous Experience ............................... 16Article 4. Term of Apprenticeship ............................................17Article 5. Probationary Period .................................................17Article 6. Hours of Work ..........................................................18Article 7. Ratios........................................................................18Article 8. Discipline..................................................................20Article 9. Wages........................................................................21Article 10. Related Instruction and School Attendance............24Article 11. Joint Apprenticeship Committee ............................25Article 12. Plant Subcommittees of the JointApprenticeship Committee..................................................27

    Article 13. Supervision of Apprentices.....................................29Article 14. Consultants .............................................................29Article 15. Seniority .................................................................30Article 16. Apprenticeship Agreement .....................................33Article 17. Certificate of Completion of Apprenticeship .........33Article 18. Modification of Standards ..................................... 33Article 19. Approval .................................................................34Appendices A-I (Shop Training Schedules) ..........................35

    Exhibit II Skilled Trades Work Assignments .................................39

    LETTERS OF UNDERSTANDINGCOLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTBusiness Leadership Initiative (BLI) Clarification........................41Improved Communications Plant Tooling ................................42Job Security Program Skilled Trades Employees Refusalfor Retraining Resulting in Layoff ...........................................43

    Letter Concerning Maintenance and ConstructionWork (1-20-49) .........................................................................44

    Letter Concerning New Die Construction (10-4-79) .....................46Plant Ventilation.............................................................................48

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Die Construction Work Subject MatterDie Construction Plans (9-15-03).............................................49Die Trades in Protected Status - Stand AloneStamping Plants (9-15-03) ..................................................51

    Sunday Work Assignment (10-21-67) ......................................53Tool and Die Construction (10-4-79) .......................................54Tool and Die Work (10-9-61) ...................................................56

    Outside ContractingAdvance Notice of Outside Contractingand Effective Clearing Procedure (10-4-79) .......................58

    Contracting of Work (10-14-84) ...............................................60Maintenance and Construction Work (1-20-49) .......................62Maintenance Work (10-9-61) ...................................................65Outside Contracting (11-5-15) ...............................................67Outside Contracting (9-15-03)..................................................77Outside Contracting Reviews (9-15-93)...................................78Right to Strike Over Outside Contracting (10-4-79) ................80

    Parts Distribution Center Subject MatterSelection and Training - Maintenance GeneralPlant Skilled Classification, Parts Supply andLogistics (11-5-15)..............................................................82

    SeniorityInspector - Tooling and Layout Seniority (10-14-84)...............84Production Senority Leveling Date for Skilled Trades Employees Without Prior Production Service(10-4-11)..............................................................................86

    Skilled/Nonskilled Seniority (10-14-84) ..................................88Skilled/Nonskilled Seniority Clarification (10-4-11) ...............89Skilled Trade Rehire Consideration -New Date of Entry (11-5-15) .............................................91

    Skilled Trades and Closed Plant Basic Unit Clarification (11-5-15) .......................................................92

    Transfer Leveling Seniority Tiebreaker (9-17-87) ...................94

    SKILLED TRADES SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENTApprenticeship StandardsApprentices Eligibility Lists (11-5-15) ..................................95Apprentice Graduate Skilled Trades Seniority -Brownstown (9-15-03) ........................................................99

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    TABLE OF CONTENTSContinued

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    TABLE OF CONTENTSContinued

    Apprentice Preferential Placement and Return To Basic Unit Provisions (10-4-11) ......................100

    Apprentice Program (9-16-96) ...............................................101Apprentice Program Classifications (11-5-15) ...................102Apprentice Program Name (10-9-99) ....................................104Apprentice Program Quality and Administration (10-7-90)...105Apprentice Program Requirements (9-15-03) ........................108Apprentice Program Review Meetings (9-15-03) ..................109Apprentice Program Revisions (11-3-07)...............................110Apprentice Tool Box and Tool Set (11-5-15) .......................112Apprentice Utilization and Journeyman Status (10-14-84) ....113Apprentices Affected by a Reduction in Force (11-3-07).......115Apprentices Affected by Discontinued Operations (9-15-03) .........................................................116

    Clarification of Apprentice Rehire Provision (10-14-84) .......117Guidelines for Temporary -Changeover Pool Agreements (11-29-73) .........................118

    Job Security - Apprentice Forecasting andDevelopment (11-5-15) ....................................................120

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