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Works Council of Panevezio statybos trestas AB

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The first Works Council of Panevezio statybos trestas AB started its activity on 15 January 2018. Elections of the Works Council were carried out based on universal right to suffrage, by secret ballot at direct elections. The candidates to this Council were nominated and the Council members were elected by the employees of the company. The Works Council was formed for the three-year term of office.

 On 5 January 2018, elections of the Works Council took place at Panevezio statybos trestas AB. Following the Labour Code of the Republic of Lithuania, the council consisting of 11 members was elected. 681 employees had the right to vote. 402 employees exercised this right. The Works Council was elected for the three-year term of office.

 

The Works Council of Panevezio statybos trestas AB consists of the following members:

1.     Head Specialist of OH&S Group Vilmantas Fijalkauskas – Chairman of Works Council;

2.     Administrator Birute Varanauskiene – Secretary of Works Council;

3.     Manager Sigita Jakuboniene;

4.     Supervisor, OH&S Specialist Kestutis Bakanauskas;

5.     Project Manager Jonas Prunskus;

6.     Deputy Director Production at Stogas Branch Dainius Smilgys;

7.     Head of QEOH&S Department Audrius Dilba;

8.     Driver-Storekeeper at Betonas Branch Egidijus Marozas;

9.     Multi-Skilled Construction Worker Antanas Narsutis;

10. Multi-Skilled Construction Worker Tautvidas Kairys;

11. Multi-Skilled Construction Worker Remigijus Sesplaukis.

 The List of Alternate Members for the Works Council at Panevezio statybos trestas AB:

The candidates who had not been elected to the Works Council were added to the List of Alternate Members for the Works Council. Referring to Clause 11, Article 171 of the Labour Code of the Republic of Lithuania, the persons who are on the List of Alternate Members for the Works Council, may become the members of the Works Council in the event of the vacancy in the Works Council.

 

The List of Alternate Members for the Works Council:

1.     Driver, Service-Man Arunas Martinaitis;

2.     Multi-Skilled Construction Worker Eugenijus Lesauskas;

3.     Storekeeper, Ancillary Worker Dmitrij Nikiforov.


Contacts:

Vilmantas Fijalkauskas, Chairman of Works Council, Panevezio statybos trestas AB

Tel. (+370 616) 23545

E-mail: darbotaryba@pst.lt

 

The fundamental provisions of the Rules of Procedure for the Works Council of Panevezio statybos trestas AB are as follows:

 ·        The Works Council of Panevezio statybos trestas AB (hereinafter referred to as “the Works Council”) is a collegial representative body of employees, protecting occupational, labour, economic and social rights of the employees working at Panevezio statybos trestas AB (hereinafter referred to as “PST AB”) and its branches, and representing the interests thereof.

·        In its activity, the Works Council shall follow the laws of the Republic of Lithuania governing labour relations, Labour Code, these Rules of Procedure and other regulations.

·        The Works Council in performing its functions shall take into consideration the rights and interests of all employees of PST AB and its branches, shall not discriminate against any individual employees or groups of employees.

·        In its activity, the Works Council shall be committed to the principles of goodwill and respect for the legitimate interests of the employer.

·        At the first meeting, the members of the Works Council by a majority of the Works Council members shall elect the Chairman and Secretary of the Labour Council from among its members.

·        The Chairman of the Works Council shall convene any meetings of the Works Council and chair thereof.  

·        The form of activity of the Works Council shall be meetings with direct or electronical (by e–mail) participation. On the proposal of the Chairman of the Works Council and by consent of all members of the Works Council, the Works Council may take decisions by means of electronic polling. In case of electronic polling, each member of the Works Council shall express his/her will in respect of any particular draft decision by means of electronic mail. The opinion of any member of the Works Council when voting by means of electronic poling shall be expressed by replying to the electronic mail and casting his/her vote “For” or “Against” the proposed decision.

·        Ordinary meetings of the Works Council shall be held at least once in six months. The Chairman of the Works Council shall initiate convening of any ordinary meeting of the Works Council by setting the scheduled date and time for the ordinary meeting of the Works Council.

·        When the Chairman is temporarily unable to hold office, any ordinary meetings of the Works Council shall be initiated and convened by the member of the Works Council appointed by the Chairman.  

·        Extraordinary meetings of the Works Council shall be held on the initiative of any member (s) of the Works Council provided that more than 2/3 of the members of the Works Council approve the date of the extraordinary meeting.  

·        The meeting of the Works Council shall be considered legal in case at least two thirds of the Works Council members participate in it.

·        The minutes of the Works Council meetings shall be taken either through direct participation or electronically.

·        On invitation or by assent of the Works Council (by assent of the majority of the members of the Works Council), the employer or any persons representing thereof shall be entitled to participate at the meetings of the Works Council.

·        If required, the Works Council may invite the experts in relevant fields to participate at the meetings of the Works Council.

·        The members of the Works Council, the employer, a person authorised by the employer and employees shall be entitled to submit any issues to be discussed at the meeting of the Works Council.

·        The employer, a person authorised by the employer and employees shall submit the applications to discuss the issue at the meeting of the Works Council electronically or in written form. The applications shall include the point of the issue, any circumstances significant to the issue resolution (if possible, with documents attached) and a resolution proposed. The applications shall be accepted and registered by the Secretary of the Works Council. The Secretary of the Works Council shall notify the Chairman and members of the Works Council of the registered application without delay.

·        If the issue submitted in the application does not fall within the competence of the Works Council, the Chairman of the Works Council shall, within three working days after registration of the application, return the application to the person who has submitted it with a statement of reasons.

·        If any issue is submitted in breach of the requirements set out in paragraph 25 of these Rules of Procedure, the Chairman of the Works Council may, within three working days after registration of the application, return the application to the person who has submitted it and ask for it to be supplemented.

·        If the application received is anonymous, it may not be considered.  

·        The Chairman of the Works Council shall include any issues submitted following the procedure established by these Rules of Procedure in the draft agenda for the meeting of the Works Council, shall decide on the persons to be invited to the meeting and, after co-ordination with the members of the Works Council and the persons to be invited to the meeting shall set the time and place of the meeting of the Works Council.

·        The meeting of the Works Council shall be held no later than within twenty working days after the registration date of the application to discuss the issue at the meeting of the Works Council. In case the application is returned to the person who has submitted it, the time limit shall run from the registration date of the new application. In case of request for supplementing the application, the time limit shall be calculated from the registration date of the supplemented application.  

·        The place and time of the meeting of the Works Council to be convened shall be notified to the employer, the members of the Works Council and any other persons invited to the meeting at least five working days in advance, except for the cases when everybody agrees with the previous date of the meeting. The draft agenda of the meeting shall be sent to the persons invited to the meeting.

·        As a rule, the meetings of the Works Council shall be held during working hours.