Effective March Sample Clauses

Effective March. 7, 1996, all newly hired casual nurses shall accumulate seniority on the basis of hours worked. Should such a casual nurse become full-time or part- time, seniority will be calculated from date of last employment.
Effective March. 31, 2019, the City shall pay a two-and-a-half percent (2.5%) premium to the Acting Telestaff Hiring Captain (payable only when hiring and maintaining the daily roster).
Effective March. (Tier 1) We will cover without a deductible, of the cost of drugs or supplies listed in the Assure National Formulary which have a Drug Identification Number (DIN) and are prescribed in writing by a doctor Formula or dentist and are obtained from a pharmacist. For these expenses you should use your drug card. The Assure National Formulary, which was designed by a group of independent medical experts to focus on the needs of the working population, is a list of drugs and supplies that are therapeutically useful and cost effective. The following drugs or supplies are also covered, however, you must submit a claim to Sun for reimbursement: compound serums that require a prescription. intrauterine devices (IUDs). colostomy supplies. varicose vein injections, if medically necessary. For the above items, payments for any purchase are limited to quantities that can reasonably be used in a day period, or, in the case of certain maintenance drugs, in a day period as ordered by a doctor 2) Plan w Refer to Amendment for changes Prescription Drug Coverage, effective September
Effective March. 1, 2019, clause 14.2.1 can also be used to attend to the medical needs of the teacher’s child or parent who is not a member of the teacher’s household.
Effective March. Effective June I Considering the acceptability of uniforms to be an important matter, the Company will hold a full consultation with an Association representative prior to making any change in the style, colour or material of the uniform. ARTICLE EXPENSES Flight Duty Pilots, when away from domicile on flight duty or when deadheading under orders from the Company, will be allowed reasonable and necessary expenses for rooms, meals; and transporta- tion, the facilities and accommodation provided by the Company to be used whenever practical. Expense allowance shall be as follows: I In Canada and the United States: Effective Effective March June Breakfast Lunch Canadian Dinner Funds . Snack (U.S. expenses shall be adjusted periodically to reflect a reasonable exchange rate effective at that time.) For all other locations the meal allowances shall be reviewed quarterly in consultation with the Association to cover the reasonable cost of meals at those locations. In establishing these meal allowances, the rates of exchange and changes in the "cost of food at that location" shall be used in the calculation of these meal However, the meal allowances will not be less than those specified in the Collective Agreement. For each round trip to the airport at his home base for flight duty, periodic training, annual briefing, medical and ground school, a transportation expense of three dollars and fifteen cents shall be paid effective March (three dollars and thirty cents effective June 'Montreal based pilots required to make a round trip to for such purposes shall be paid a transportation expense of fourteen dollars and seventy cents Effective June the expense is increased to fifteen dollars forty-five cents For flights involving hotel a check in and gratuity allowance of three dollars effective March (three dollars and fifteen cents effective June shall apply. This allowance shall apply for each additional night of hotel accommodation. For flights involving time away from home base in excess of one hundred and twenty hours, an allowance of seven dollars and thirty-five cents effective March (seven dollars and seventy cents effective June for each complete twenty-four hour period there- after shall apply.
Effective March. 1, 2002 employees may purchase life insurance for their eligible dependents in the amounts of either $10,000 or $25,000 as detailed by the Insurance Carrier and at no cost to the employer. 22 Pension Plan The Ontario Electricity Financial Corporation Pension Plan (Registration #0352377) and the successor pension plan of Hydro One Inc. constitute the present Pension Plan and form part of this collective agreement. The provisions of the Pension Plan are generally described in the brochure “Ontario Hydro Services Company Pension Plan Member Booklet” (January 2000). Changes to the Pension Plan affecting Society-represented members of the plan, other than legislative changes, shall be made only upon mutual consent. It is agreed that normal administrative matters such as changing financial advisors are not considered to be changes to the Pension Plan, subject to any understanding, agreement or decision to the contrary with the PWU.
Effective March. Skilled Classification No. 1: per hour for a probationary period of sixty (60) days. per hour thereafter. Classification: per hour for a probationary period of sixty (60) days. per hour thereafter. Unskilled Classification: per hour for a probationary period of sixty (60) days. per hour thereafter. The Company agrees to pay a premium of fifty cents per hour over the employee's regular hourly rates of pay for all hours worked between the hours of and a.m.
Effective March. An employee who has But less than the Is entitled to the completed the following following number of following number of number of continuous continuous years of weeks of annual vacation years of service service: with pay Effective April 10: An employee who has But less than the Is entitled to the completed the following following number of following number of number of continuous continuous years of weeks of annual vacation years of service service: with pay When an employee so requests it the Health Centre will grant vacation of less than five (5) consecutive days duration. Applicable to Part-Time Employees Part-time employees on the active payroll of the Health Centre will be paid vacation pay based upon four percent (4%) of gross earnings. Effective March An employee who has completed the following number of continuous hours of service Less Than Effective April An employee who has completed the following number of continuous hours of service Less Than But less than the following number of continuous hours of service: But less than the following number of continuous hours of service: Is entitled to the following percentage of vacation pay, plus the equivalent time off Is entitled to the following percentage of vacation pay, plus the equivalent time off Progression on Vacation Schedule (Part-Time) Part-time employees, including casual employees, shall accumulate service for the purpose of progression on the vacation scale, on the basis of one year for each one thousand seven hundred and fifty (1,750) hours worked. The parties agree that vacation pay for regular part-time and casual employees shall be paid out on an on-going basis every pay rather than once per year effective April Staff sickness during an approved vacation will be counted as sickness only for any such period as is covered by a medical certificate the resulting vacation time being taken at a later date. Benefits under this plan may be restricted unless:
Effective March. 1, 2020 and notwithstanding 5.1.2, a substitute teacher shall be paid 0.6 of the full day rate indicated in clause 5.1.3 for a.m. only worked inclusive of holiday pay. A substitute teacher shall be paid 0.5 of the full day rate indicated in clause 5.1.3
Effective March. Forty-live cents per hour for Licensed Motor Mechanics, Licensed Mechanics, Machinists and Welders. OF UNDERSTANDING For the purpose of interpretation, the following formula will be used to apply the cost of living allowance clause as outlined in Section published index (base index x x divided by x number of hours worked in quarter = cash adjustment This Letter of Understanding shall expire concurrently with this Agreement. Date: Septembe r s/Xxxx Xxxx Acting General Manager Transit Windsor OF UNDERSTANDING UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE PREMIUM REDUCTION It is understood and agreed that the Premium Reduction Program which has been used annually to upgrade employee benefits and sponsor employee events will no longer be used for this purpose. Effective March the annual amount of premium reduction savings will be shared with the employees of Transit Windsor in the form of wages to be applied directly to the hourly base rate for both years of the contract and to provide a vision care plan. It is understood that this amount is incorporated in the hourly base rate for only as long as the Government continues this program. Date: September s/Xxxx Xxxx Acting General Manager Transit Windsor s/Xxxx Xxxx President, Local Amalgamated Transit Union LETTER OF INTENT This Letter of Intent will become effective September The Company agrees to grandfather the benefits of the current administrative staff as follows: DRUG cents deductible per prescription LIFE WEEKLY INDEMNITY as per Policy week waiting period EXTENDED HEALTH DENTAL Vision Care every months Current rates This of intent will apply to the following personnel only, supersedes any benefits indicated in the Collective Agreement and will not be in effect until the day of September, Xxxxxx X’Xxxxx Xxxxxx Xxx Xxx Xxxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx Dat e : Septembe r General Manager Transit Windsor s/Xxxx Xxxx Local Amalgamated Transit Union OF UNDERSTANDING For the purposes of the Pay Equity Plan, Maintenance Stores point allotment is deemed to be equal to the Service Line’s point allotment for the duration of this contract. The wage rate for Maintenance Stores Personnel was previously negotiated in the past contract. Date: September Xxxx Acting General Manager Transit Windsor s/Xxxx Xxxx Local