ARTICLE Sample Clauses

ARTICLE. Unless otherwise provided, reference to any Article or an Exhibit means an Article or Exhibit of this Agreement.
ARTICLE. Seniority shall commence to accrue upon completion of thirty (30) days probationary service with the Company and will revert back to actual starting date. The Company shall maintain a Seniority list at times and such shall be available for inspection at reasonable times by Officials of the Association. "Branch Seniority" is the total number of continuous months an employee has been employed at an individual branch, excluding part time employees. Branch Seniority shall be used, where qualifications and ability are equal, in determining the allocation of equipment. There shall be no bumping privileges used in the Seniority system. At any time that a reduction in the Personnel of the Company is necessary such reductions shall be determined on the basis of Company Seniority and similarly in re-hiring of laid-off personnel, the Employees with the greatest Seniority shall be the first to be re-hired unless the classification does not warrant this, providing qualifications and ability are equal. Any Employee who has been laid-off for a period exceeding six (6) months shall, unless otherwise agreed, by the Officials of the Association and the Company, lose his Seniority and if he is hereafter employed by the Company he shall be deemed to be a new Employee. An Employee may be granted a Leave of Absence for a period not exceeding six (6) months and shall not during the period, lose his Seniority among the Employees of the Company provided the said leave is agreed to by the Association and the Company. Should the Employee wish his medical aid* to be maintained he must deposit with the Company, three (3) months total costs of premiums on leaving and pay the last three (3) months premiums on notice, otherwise the Medical Aid Programme* is terminated on *Provincial Health Care Only. An Employee who has been promoted on a trial basis by the Company shall retain his Seniority for a period of nine (9) months in the Association should he not be able to hold the new job. If an Employee has been laid-off in accordance with the terms of this Article, he shall maintain contact with the Company by informing the Company of his current address and of any change or changes which occur in his address during the period of lay-off. In the event that an Employee becomes for work in accordance with this Article the Company shall notification to him. In the event that the said Employee does not contact the Company within one (1) week of the mailing of the said letter, the Company shall b...
ARTICLE. Seniority shall be defined as length of continuous service with the Employer and will be acquired when an employee has completed worked days continuous service and shall be determined for only those purposes expressly described herein. The Employer agrees to recognize past service for part-time employees should they become full-time employees and vice versa on the following basis: An employee whose status is changed from full-time to part-time shall receive credit for his full service and seniority. An employee whose status is changed to full-time shall receive credit for service and seniority on the basis of (1) year of seniority for each hours worked. Seniority shall date from the first day of the most recent employment that an employee has actually commenced work for the Employer and will accumulate for all continuous employment with the Employer. In all cases of promotion, demotion or transfer (except in cases of disciplinary demotions) and in laying off or recalled employees, seniority shall be the governing factor, provided the senior employee already possesses in the opinion of the Employer and the Union the necessary qualifications and experience to perform the work to be assigned by the Employer, as well or better than the junior employee. The Employer agrees to supply to the Union upon the completion of this Agreement a seniority list. The list shall contain the names of all employees within the Bargaining Unit, their respective date of hiring. The said list will be revised and brought up-to-date every six (6) months thereafter, and the Union shall receive a copy of the revised list every six months. Copies of the said seniority list shall also be posted on the employee's bulletin board. After such posting, the list shall become final with respect to the employees designated therein, except to any employee who has disputed the accuracy of his seniority date within one (1) week after the list is posted. If an employee disputes the accuracy of the list within one (I)week, the matter may then be dealt with under the grievance procedure if the list is not properly corrected. When transferred to a position not subject to the provisions of this Agreement, an employee shall retain his seniority, and if transferred back to a position subject to this Agreement, seniority accumulating during the time served in the position not subject to this Agreement, shall be added. It is recognized that employees replacing employees who have been granted maternity leav...
ARTICLE. (a) The Company recognizes the Union as the sole collective bargaining agency for all of its employees who are engaged in woods operations on the limits, and on the work sites, of the Company, For purposes of this Article, Company employees shall be all those employed in the job classifications set out in the wage schedule attached to and forming a part of this Agreement, including those who are employed on job classifications which may be established and become part of the attached wage schedule during the term of this Agreement. The employees of contractors engaged by the Company on the limits and work sites of the Company shall be considered employees within the term of this Agreement; save and except the employees of contractors the contractor who are engaged to occasional special services not commonly performed by employees covered by the terms of this Agreement, employees of contractors where such contractors are engaged for the purpose of erecting structures and where such a contractor is bound by an agreement with a union or unions affiliated with a central labour body covering such work. The Company and the Union agree that an operator who enters into a third party agreement with the Company and the Ministry of Natural Resources and produces forest products for the Company or any of the negotiating companies, shall have an agreement with the Union covering such operations. Supervisory personnel, which include contractors whose employees are considered to be employees under this Agreement, shall not perform work which would normally be a function of an employee in the job covered by Agreement, except when instructing employees and in cases of emergency which involve physical danger to employees or danger to property. It is agreed that Company operations shall not be interrupted as a result of any jurisdictional dispute that may arise between the Union and any other Union. Questions of jurisdiction shall conform to the regulations covering such matters in accordance with the provisions of the Labour Relations Act of Ontario.
ARTICLE. (a) Where a difference arises between the parties relating to the interpretation, application or administration of this Agreement, including any question as to whether the matter is arbitrable, or where an allegation is made that this Agreement has been violated either of the parties may, after exhausting any grievance procedure established by this Agreement, the other party in writing of its desire to submit the difference or allegation to arbitration and the notice shall contain the name of the first party's appointee to an Arbitration Board. The recipient of the notice shall within five (5) days, inform the other party of the name of its appointee to the Arbitration Board. The two appointees so selected shall, within five (5) days of the appointment of the second of them, appoint a third person who shall be the Chairman. If the recipient of the notice fails to appoint an Arbitration or if the two appointees fail to agree upon Chairman within the time limits, the appointment shall be made by the Minister of Labour for Ontario, upon the request of either party. The Arbitration Board shall hear and determine the difference or allegation and shall issue a decision, and the decision is final and binding upon the parties and upon any employee affected by it. The decision of the majority is the decision of the Arbitration Board, but if there is no majority, the decision of the Chairman governs. In event the parties to this Agreement desires the of a single arbitrator in accordance with Section of the Labour Relations Act, the party so requesting shall the other, in writing, of the intention to request the single arbitrator, and shall forward a copy of the request to the Minister. Expenses of the Board Each of the parties hereto shall bear the expenses of the Arbitrator appointed by it, and the Corporation and the Union shall jointly bear equally the expenses of the third party and any cost of the place of of such arbitration hearings, which shall be held in the City Hall, or such other place as may be mutually agreed by the parties hereto.
ARTICLE. All employees who commence employment after the date of signing of Collective Agreement shall as a condition of employment become and remain members of the Union. Subject to the provisions of this Article, the Authority as a of employment, deduct an amount equal to the monthly membership dues from the monthly pay of all employees in the bargaining unit, commencing with the first full month of employment. Where an employee does not have sufficient earnings in respect of any month to permit deductions made under this Article, the Authority shall not be obligated to make such deduction from subsequent salary. The shall inform the Authority in writing of the authorized monthly deduction to be checked off for each employee. No prospective bargaining agent other than the shall be permitted to have membership dues and/or other monies deducted by the Authority from the pay of employees in the bargaining unit. The amounts deducted in accordance with clause shall be remitted to the Comptroller of by cheque within one month after deductions are made or by the of the following month in the event that electronic transfer of funds can be arranged by the parties and shall be accompanied by particulars identifying each employee and the deductions made on the employee's behalf. Subject to applicable legislation, the Authority agrees to make deductions for initiation fees, insurance premiums and assessments on the production of appropriate documentation. The agrees to indemnify and save the Authority harmless against any claim or liability arising out of the application of Article, except for any claim or arising out of an error committed by the Authority to the amount actually involved in the error. For the purpose of applying clause deductions from pay for each employee in respect of each calendar month will start with the month of employment to the extent that earnings are available. Article
ARTICLE. For the purposes of this Agreement, a grievance or complaint is defined as a difference arising either between a member of the bargaining unit and the hospital or between the parties hereto relating to the interpretation, application, administration or alleged violation of the Agreement. The grievance shall identify the nature of the grievance, the remedy sought, and should, where possible specify the provisions of the Agreement which are alleged to have been violated. At the time formal discipline imposed or at any stage of the grievance procedure an employee shall have the right, upon request, to the presence of steward. In the case of suspension or discharge, the Hospital shall notify the employee of this right in advance. Where the Hospital deems necessary to suspend or discharge an employee, the Hospital shall notify the Union of such suspension or discharge in writing within three (3) days. It is the mutual desire of the parties hereto that complaints shall be adjusted as quickly as possible, and it understood that an employee has no grievance until he has first given his immediate supervisor the opportunity of adjusting his complaint. The may have the assistance of a union steward he so desires. Such complaint shall be discussed with his immediate supervisor within five (5) days after the circumstances giving rise to it have occurred or ought reasonably to have come to the attention of the employee. Failing settlement within the five (5) days, shall then be taken up as a grievance within five (5) days following his immediate supervisor's decision in the following manner and sequence: step The employee shall submit the grievance, writing, and signed by him, to his immediate supervisor. The employee may be accompanied by a Union steward. The immediate supervisor will deliver his decision in writing within five (5) days following the day on which the written grievance was presented to him. Failing settlement, then : Step Within five (5) days following the decision under Step the employee, accompanied by a Union steward, or the Union steward shall submit the written grievance to his Department Head, who will deliver his decision writing within five (5) days following the day on which the grievance was presented to him. This step may be omitted where the employee's immediate supervisor and Department Head are the person. Failing settlement, then: Step Within five (5) days following the decision in the immediately preceding step, the grievance shall be su...
ARTICLE. HEADINGS The article headings shall be used for purposes of reference only, and may not be used as an aid in the interpretation of this Agreement.
ARTICLE. For purposes of this agreement, a grievance is defined as a difference arising between the parties relating to the interpretation, application, administration or alleged violation of the agreement including any question as to whether a matter is arbitrable. At the time formal discipline is imposed, up to and including discharge, or at any stage of the grievance procedure, an employee shall have the right upon request to the presence of her steward. The Employer shall the employee of this right in advance. It is the mutual desire of the parties hereto that complaints of employees shall be adjusted as quickly as possible. It is understood that an employee has no grievance until he has first given his immediate supervisor the opportunity of adjusting his complaint. Such complaint shall be discussed with his immediate supervisor within ten (10) calendar days after the circumstances giving rise to it have occurred or ought to have come to the attention of the employee. Failing settlement within ten (10) calendar days, the complaint shall then be taken up as a grievance within ten (10) calendar days following advice of his immediate supervisor's decision in the following manner or sequence: The employee may submit a written grievance signed by the employee to his immediate supervisor. The grievance shall the nature of the grievance and the remedy sought and should identify the provisions of the Agreement which are alleged to have been violated. The immediate supervisor will deliver his decision in writing within ten (10) calendar days following the day on which the grievance was presented to him. Failing settlement, then: No. For the purpose of the grievance procedure, Step No the employee's immediate supervisor and the Director are the same person in the Nursing Department. Thus, the immediate supervisor to whom should be addressed at the outset, is the Director. Within ten (10) calendar days following the decision under Step No. the employee submit the written grievance to the appropriate Director, who will deliver his decision in writing within ten (10) calendar days the date on which the written grievance was presented to him.The parties may, if they so desire, meet to discuss the grievance at a time and place suitable to both parties. Step No. I may be omitted where the employee's immediate supervisor and the Director are the same person. Failing settlement then: Stet, No: Within fourteen (14) calendar days following the decision in Step No. the grievance m...
ARTICLE. The recognizes the Union as the sole bargaining agent for all Officers'and Shift of the Gallery in the of save and except Assistant persons employed above the rank of and those excluded by the certificate issued by the dated July are for not more than hours per week ARTICLE RIGHTS The that the management of the Gallery and the direction are with the Gallery and shall remain solely with the specifically provisions of this Agreement. Without restricting the foregoing, that it is the exclusive function of the Gallery to order, discipline and efficiency; assign, discharge, direct, promote, demote, retire, classify within the bargaining layoff, recall and suspend or otherwise discipline for just cause employees have their probationary period subject to the right of the employee to grieve to extent and manner provided herein if the provisions of this are violated exercise of these rights. The Gallery agrees the right to retire pertains only to who are years of age; in the of efficient operation and standard of service to the people of Ontario, job ratings or classification, hours of work, work determine number of personnel required, and the services to be and the methods, and equipment to be used in connection therewith; make and enforce and alter from time to time reasonable rules and regulations to observed by the employees and which shall not be inconsistent the provisions of this Agreement. The Gallery agrees that these functions will not be exercised in a manner inconsistent with the provisions of this Agreement.