Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk Sample Clauses

Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk. The Employer recognizes the Ontario Nurses’ Association as the bargaining agent for all Registered and Graduate Nurses engaged in a nursing capacity by Aberdeen Health and Community Services, Brant-Norfolk-Haldimand in the County of Brant and the Region of Haldimand-Norfolk save and except Supervisors and those persons above the rank of Supervisor.
Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk. (a) An employee shall be granted five working days bereavement leave with pay upon the death of the employee’s spouse, child, stepchild, parent, stepparent, legal guardian, grandchild or step-grandchild.
Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk. (a) A "weekend" shall be defined as at least sixty-three and one-half (63½) hours off, commencing at 1630 hours on Friday and ending at 0800 hours on Monday.
Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk. The approved posted schedule shall provide a minimum of 16 hours off between scheduled tours, unless mutually agreed between the Nurse and the team.
Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk. (a) The scheduling of Nurses for weekend duty shall be on a rotational basis. Employees hired prior to the date of ratification, May 19 , 2015, and who are working one (1) in three (3) weekends, as per their pre-determined regularly scheduled rotation, shall be grand-parented until they cease to be employed by VON Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk Site. Nurses hired on or after the date of ratification, May 19, 2015, shall work alternate weekends.
Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk. A Nurse’s scheduled tours on a posted work schedule shall not be changed by the Employer to other tours (e.g. days to evenings) or other areas of assignment without forty-eight (48) hours of notice without the Nurse’s consent. The Employer will not exercise this clause in an arbitrary manner. If the Employer changes a Nurse’s schedule with less than forty-eight (48) hours’ notice, time and one half of Nurse’s regular straight time hourly rate will be paid for all hours worked on the Nurse’s next shift.
Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk. A Nurse shall not be scheduled to work more than seven consecutive tours, unless mutually agreed between the Nurse and the team, up to a maximum of ten (10) tours, or sixty (60) hours in a week (7 days) whichever is less, to be followed by at least twenty-four (24) hours off. Chatham-Kent; North Bay; Perth-Huron; Peterborough, Victoria & Haliburton; Porcupine SiteHighway 11 and the City of Timmins; Sarnia- Lambton A Nurse shall not be scheduled by the Employer to work more than seven consecutive tours, unless mutually agreed between the Employee and the Employer. Durham Shall include no more than seven consecutive shifts unless mutually agreed to by the Nurse and the Employer. Thunder Bay A Nurse shall not be scheduled more than seven (7) days in a row. Toronto/York-Peel Nurses shall not be scheduled for more than seven (7) consecutive days. A Nurse shall receive premium payment for all hours worked on the eighth
Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk. Compassionate leave without loss of salary up to a maximum of three (3) working days may be allowed at the discretion of the Executive Director or designate for critical illness in the Nurse’s immediate family. Chatham-Kent Compassionate leave without loss of salary up to a maximum of three (3) working days in any one calendar year may be allowed at the discretion of the Nursing Supervisor for critical illness in the Nurse's immediate family. Durham The following shall be granted: Following a death in the Nurse’s immediate family, she/he shall be granted up to three (3) days off plus two (2) days for travelling if required. A member of her/his immediate family shall mean: brother, sister, spouse, child, mother, father, grandparent, grandchild, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, mother-in-law, father-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, step-parent, step-child, same sex partner, legal guardian, fiancée. The Nurse shall receive her/his regular pay (minimum of 4 hours pay) for each scheduled day of work missed to a maximum of three (3) days within the period which extends from the date of the death up to and including the day following interment, or three (3) calendar days following the death, whichever is greater. A Nurse shall be granted one (1) day bereavement leave without loss of pay to attend the funeral, or a memorial service (or equivalent), in the event of the death of her/his aunt, uncle, niece or nephew.
Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk. In the case of all vacancies and new positions in the bargaining unit, the Employer will post notice of such vacancy in each office for ten (10) calendar days prior to filling the position, in order that any interested Nurse may apply. If no qualified Nurse applies, then the Employer may hire a new Nurse from outside the employ. The name of the successful applicant shall be communicated by general voice- mail to staff and in writing to the Bargaining Unit President, by the Employer. Chatham-Kent In the case of all vacancies and new positions in the bargaining unit, the Employer will post notice of such vacancy in each office for seven (7) calendar days prior to filling the position, in order that any interested Nurse may apply. The notification of the posting will be by universal voice mail and posted in a prominent place in the Site office. If no qualified Nurse applies, then the Employer may hire a new Nurse from outside the employ. The name of the successful applicant shall be posted by the Employer. Durham
Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk. A copy of all bargaining unit job postings will be provided to the Bargaining Unit President or designate at the time of posting. Perth-Huron A copy of all job postings will be available to the Local Union at the time of posting.