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ARTICLE OF. The Union and the Employer desire every employee to be familiar with the provisions of this Agreement and their rights and duties under it. The Union and the Employer shall share the cost of printing the Agreement in the Employer's Department of Document Services.
ARTICLE OF. The term shall mean a doctor of medicine employed by the Hospital who is participating in a training programme approved by the Canadian Medical Association, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada or the College of Family Physicians of Canada and is registered with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia, or is a doctor of Dentistry or Podiatry appointed to a training programme offered by the Hospital. The term shall not include doctors of Medicine, Dentistry or Podiatry who are the fiscal responsibility of other agencies. All persons working in the .Hospital in a year as approved the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia or in a Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada or College of Family Physicians of Canada approved training programme shall either be employed and receiving benefits under the terms of this Agreement or shall be funded by another bona fide agency. Part-time Residents and Internes are entitled to all benefits of the Agreement except where the Agreement specifies that benefits be provided on a e basis.
ARTICLE OF. All requests for personal leave of absence shall be made. to the Controller, or his designate, in writing by the employee concerned and the letter shall indicate in full the reason for requesting the leave of absence. Each request will be considered on its individual merit and the granting or refusal of all such requests shall be made by the Company in writing to the employee concerned within fourteen (14) days of the request.
ARTICLE OF. This agreement shall become effective on the first day of May, and shall continue in effect up to and including the 30th day of April, Either party shall be entitled to give notice in writing to the other party as provided in the Labour Relations Act of its desire to bargain with a view to the renewal of the expiring collectiveagreement at any time within a period of ninety (90) daysbefore the expire date of the agreement. Following such notice to bargain, the parties shall meet within fifteen (15) days of the notice or within such further period asthe parties mutually agreeupon. It is agreed that duringthe courseof bargaining it shallbe open to the parties to agree in writing to extend this agreement beyond the expire date of April for any stated period acceptable to the parties and in accordancewith the Labour RelationsAct. Provided that for purposes of all notices under this article, notice in writing should be deemed to have been received by the party to whom it was sent upon the mailing of such notice by registered mail addressed to the current address of the otherparty. Signed this May, FORTHE COMPANY FORTHE UNION Xxxxxx Xxxxx Xxx Xxx Xxx Xxxxxxx Xxx Xxxx Xxxxxxxxx
ARTICLE OF. The followingparagraphsareintendedto definenormal hours of work and shall not be construed as a of hours of work per day or per week or of days of work per week. The Union recognizes that the hours of work of the employees directly determinedbythe contractual obligationsbetweentheCompanyand the Therefore, the hours of work will be as determined by the Company, but the Company wherepossible, attemptto provide employees with forty (40) hours of work per week and will attempt, where reasonably hours and attempt to provide a minium of twelve (12) hours off between Part-time employees are those employeeswho work twenty-four(24) hours per week or less. Part-time employees who work more thantwenty-four (24)hours per week for eight (8) consecutiveweeks will be except such employeeis vacancies dueto illness,pregnancyleave,vacations,bereavementleave,or duty. employeesarethose employeeswho work more thantwenty-four(24) hours per week employees shall have seniority over part-time employees. Xxx-timeemployees of their part-time as full-time. basic hourly rate for employee be paid one and one-halftimes(1 his overtime hours of work in accordance the and Regulations. The Union and the employees overtime the nature of the Company's operations be It is by execution of working ofovertime hours as may be requiredby the Company in conjunction withthe Itis necessary overtime may assignedby seniorityto that employeewhom the considers most and appropriate and who is available for the required work. It is there be no pyramidingor duplication of overtime or premium pay rates under this Agreement. For the purposes of this Agreement, the following days will be recognized as holidays: New Years Day Labour Day Good Friday Thanksgiving Day Victoria Day Christmas Day Canada Day Boxing Day The Company pay each active who has been employedby the Company for a of three(3)months, pay ai regular rate for each such holiday provided that the employee works scheduled shift doingsoby the Company. addition, an employeemust have earned wages on at least to work on the who, cause to for and perform the work, in order to be entitled to the paid holiday. if any of the holidays withinanemployee's vacation the employee receive day offwithpay immediately hisvacation. The Company may to grant the lieu day off immediately preceding the vacation period An employeewho work ona recognized may electto receive dayoffwithpay in of pay day aia agreeablebetweenthe Company employee. The employeemust the of election...
ARTICLE OF. The seniority of any employee seniority under an agree- ment with is established after the date of this Agreement and who is for consecutive days w i l l be terminated such em- ployee has than three years of seniority. The "365 consecutive days" shall exclude any period during which a furloughed employee receives pursuant to an employee protect ion order or an employee protect ion agreement or ar- rangement This Article shall become effective days after the date of this Agreement except on such carriers as may elect to preserve exist- ing rules or practices and so notify the authorized employee repre- sentative on or before such date.
ARTICLE OF. This Agreement shall effective May shall remain in effect until the 30th day of April, mid shall continue in force from year to year thereafter either party shall the other with notice of termination or proposed revision, of this Agreement no more than one hundred twenty (1 20) days before the 30th day of April, or in a like period in any year thereafter.
ARTICLE OF. The work week shall consist of five (5) eight hour days with one hour for a rest or lunch from Monday to Friday, inclusive, except as provided for in Article (Shift System). The normal work day for those not on the Shift system or the shift identified in Appendix will be one in which eight consecutive hours are scheduled between a.m. and Where a Member is working the day shift in months other than those identified in Article the Supervisor in charge shall date and post the schedule days in advance. During the period June to August inclusive, the day shift shall start at a.m. and end at A fifteen minute rest period shall be granted to all Members during each half of their daily shift, with such time at the discretion of the Supervisor. The Compressed Work Week shift system of work referred to in this Article, shall be determined by the day schedule and the work week shall average hours as follows: DAY shall be ten consecutive hours between and (including a one hour unpaid lunch or rest period), and includes Saturday, Sunday and legal holidays. EVENING SHIFT shall be ten consecutive hours between and (including a one hour unpaid lunch or rest period), and includes Saturday, Sunday and legal holidays. SHIFT shall be eight consecutive hours between and (including a one hour unpaid lunch or rest period), and includes Saturday, Sunday and legal holidays. This shall not prevent the Board from assigning positions not now on the Compressed Work Week to a rotating hour shift routine as follows:

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