103.0.1. An agreement reached during conciliation under the first paragraph of section 102.2 shall, if it concerns grouped complaints filed under section 100 in respect of an enterprise that has only one certified association representing employees in a single job class, be signed by the employer, the certified association having filed one of those complaints and the conciliator.
An agreement reached during conciliation under the second paragraph of section 102.2 shall, if it concerns grouped complaints, be signed by the employer and by at least one certified association or group of such associations. Within 30 days after being reached, the agreement shall also be ratified by one or more certified associations representing, for each job class concerned, a majority of employees. The agreement shall then be signed by the conciliator.
If it proves impossible to reach an agreement within the time set out in section 102.2.2, an agreement on the grouped complaints may be reached by the parties referred to in the second paragraph as long as the Commission has not determined measures under section 103.0.3. The agreement shall be ratified in accordance with the second paragraph.
If an agreement covers an employee who filed a complaint, the conciliator, or the parties in the case of an agreement referred to in the third paragraph, shall send the agreement to the Commission as soon as it is signed to enable the latter to promptly inform the employee that an agreement has been reached.