The Saga of Unpaid Dues Collective Agreement Financials Expired Arrears Due State School Collective Agreement
Terms of Service
The Union of Professional Educators aims to ensure that all its members benefit from a variety of professional services promoting the professional well-being of those who work in the educational sector both when it comes to collective endeavours as well as when addressing negotiations at an individual level.
The UPE, backed by professionals in the field, offers legal advice to its members and where required will also offer them legal representation. The union will also represent its members at the place of work and offers them protection from malpractice or injustices at the place of work by issuing directives, tailor-made to the educator’s needs, which are in accordance with the employment and industrial laws in force in the Republic of Malta. The union also protects its members in the event of any strike action taken upon the recommendation of the union itself.
*Disclaimer: I would like to become a member of this Union (UPE), I promise to observe its regulations, as they are now and when emended in the future. I declare to remain a member until I settle any dues with the union (UPE) and to resign according to the statute regulations.
A copy of the statute regulations can be requested via email.
Clause 21: Any member who fails to pay in part, or in full, any of this membership fees, shall not be entitled to the Union’s protection.
Clause 22: Only those members who have notified the Executive Head and/or Executive Director in writing that they do not wish to remain union members, will be considered as having resigned their membership.
Clause 23: Any member who does not hand in his resignation in writing shall be deemed to have remained a member, and shall be liable for payment of all membership dues.
Clause 24: Members who have resigned from the Union, and who would like to rejoin will have to pay a re-enrolment fee of Eur25, except that the Council me by simple majority waive, or change the ordinary enrolment fee instead.