An agreement referred to in paragraph 5(4) between an employer and a trade union, or the designation of an employer referred to in paragraph 5(5), shall be submitted by the employer to the Minister and, once filed, binding on the employer and the trade union, as well as on all workers of the employer represented by the trade union. In the absence of an agreement within thirty days of the date on which the Minister awards the notification referred to in paragraph 1, the Minister may determine the most appropriate method to ensure that the available amount is not exceeded and, for that purpose, the Minister may exercise the powers described in Division 19. A trade union which receives a notification under paragraph 1 shall enter into consultations with the employer with a view to reaching an agreement on the matter: any day or day or part of days without remuneration carried out under the authority of that party shall not be considered a dismissal within the meaning of a law. Regulations, collective agreements, contracts or employment agreements, arbitrations or other decisions or other agreements or agreements relating to working time. Certain benefits enjoyed by UNM members are not included in the collective agreement, but are granted by joint pension and benefit fiduciary committees: Notwithstanding the law, regulation, collective agreement, employment contract or agreement, arbitral award or any other arbitral award or any other decision or arrangement or arrangement of any kind, an employer may, subject to subsection (2) and the other provisions of this Part, be authorized by workers to require the employer to take paid leave for a period of twelve months or partial leave authorized in subsection 2, provided that the sum of the days and days to be taken does not exceed 15 days for a worker during the twelve-month period. . . .