Union Sections
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Union Sections

LABOR CODE (Legislative Part)
Section 2: Union Sections
Article L412-6
(Law n ° 82-915 of October 28, 1982 art. 10 I b Official Journal of October 29, 1982 AUROUX LAW)

(Law n ° 2001-152 of February 19, 2001 art. 1 I Official Journal of February 20, 2001)

Each representative union may decide to set up a union section within the company which ensures the representation of the material and moral interests of its members, in accordance with the provisions of article L. 411-1.

Article L412-7
(Law n ° 73-4 of January 2, 1973 Official Journal of January 3, 1973)

(Ordinance n ° 82-131 of February 5, 1982 art. 15 II Official Journal of February 6, 1982)

(Law n ° 82-915 of October 28, 1982 art. 10 I c Official Journal of October 29, 1982 AUROUX LAW)

(Law n ° 2001-152 of February 19, 2001 art. 1 I Official Journal of February 20, 2001)

The collection of union dues can be carried out within the company.

Article L412-8
(Law n ° 82-915 of October 28, 1982 art. 10 I d Official Journal of October 29, 1982 Auroux Law)

(Law n ° 2001-152 of February 19, 2001 art. 1 I Official Journal of February 20, 2001)

Union communications are displayed freely on panels reserved for this use and separate from those assigned to communications from employee representatives and the works council.
A copy of these union communications is sent to the company manager, simultaneously with the posting.

The panels are made available to each union section in accordance with the terms set by agreement with the company manager.

Publications and leaflets of a trade union nature may be freely distributed to the workers of the enterprise within the confines of the latter during the hours of entry and exit from work.

The content of these posters, publications and leaflets is freely determined by the trade union organization, subject to the application of the provisions relating to the press.

In temporary employment companies, union communications posted on the notice board must be given to temporary employees on assignment or sent by post, at the expense of the temporary employment contractor, at least once a month.

Article L412-9
(Law n ° 82-915 of October 28, 1982 art. 10 I e and f Official Journal of October 29, 1982 AUROUX LAW)

(Law n ° 2001-152 of February 19, 2001 art. 1 I Official Journal of February 20, 2001)

In companies or establishments where more than two hundred employees are employed, the company manager places at the disposal of the trade union sections a common room suitable for the exercise of the mission of their delegates.

In companies or establishments where at least one thousand employees are employed, the employer or his representative provides each union section with suitable premises, fitted out and equipped with the equipment necessary for its operation.

The arrangements for fitting out and using the premises defined in the first two paragraphs of this article by the union sections are fixed by agreement with the company manager.

Article L412-10
(Law n ° 82-915 of October 28, 1982 art. 10 I g and h Official Journal of October 29, 1982 AUROUX LAW)

(Law n ° 84-575 of July 9, 1984 art. 62 Official Journal of July 10, 1984)

(Law n ° 2001-152 of February 19, 2001 art. 1 I Official Journal of February 20, 2001)

The members of each union section can meet once a month on the premises of the company outside the work premises according to the terms set by agreement with the company manager.

The trade union sections may invite trade union figures from outside the company to participate in meetings organized by them in the premises referred to in Article L. 412-9, or, with the agreement of the company manager, in premises. made available to them.
External personalities other than trade unions may be invited, subject to the agreement of the head of the company, by the trade union sections to participate in a meeting.

The meetings provided for in the three preceding paragraphs take place outside the working time of the participants, with the exception of staff representatives who may meet during their delegation time.

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