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Employees from the Central Library (Service Delivery) shall be booked off at any one time, including Elected Union Officers. Such leave shall be managed by the Union in a reasonable manner and shall be subject to the operational needs of the employer. During the absence of any Employee on Union Leave, the Employee shall retain their original rights in their Unit, with no decrease in status, but without claim to any promotions effected during the Employees Leave of Absence. The Employee shall receive regular pay and benefits provided for in the Agreement when on Union Leave. The Union will reimburse the Board for all pay and benefits at the then current date during the Leave of Absence and a reasonable fee for administration purposes. The Union will provide the reimbursement to the Employer on a monthly basis or as mutually agreed between the parties. SIGNED ON BEHALF OF THE CALGARY PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD Xxxxxx Xxxxx Chairman Xxxx AsbergCEO SIGNED ON BEHALF OF LOCAL NO. 1169 OF THE CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES Xxxx Xxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx CUPE National Representative Salary Appendix 1 January 2018 to 31 December 2020 (0.0% increase) CLASS STEP HOURLY BIWEEKLY ANNUAL LW 1 15.7746 1,104.2194 28,709.7035 2 16.7429 1,172.0038 30,472.1000 3 17.7919 1,245.4357 32,381.3287 LEA 1 18.00 1,260.00 32,760.00 2 19.00 1,330.00 34,580.00 3 20.00 1,400.00 36,400.00 4 21.00 1,470.00 38,220.00 5 22.00 1,540.00 40,040.00 Xxxxx 0 1 22.0898 1,546.2873 40,203.4691 2 22.6072 1,582.5044 41,145.1156 3 23.1471 1,620.3004 42,127.8099 4 23.6658 1,656.6040 43,071.7029 5 24.2047 1,694.3292 44,052.5592 Xxxxx 0 1 22.7879 1,595.1502 41,473.9057 2 23.6658 1,656.6040 43,071.7029 3 24.5427 1,717.9870 44,667.6621 4 25.4206 1,779.4407 46,265.4593 5 26.3206 1,842.4418 47,903.4874 Xxxxx 0 1 24.2047 1,694.3292 44,052.5592 2 25.2636 1,768.4523 45,979.7591 3 26.3206 1,842.4418 47,903.4874 4 27.3558 1,914.9076 49,787.5974 5 28.4144 1,989.0071 51,714.1846 Xxxxx 0 1 24.9034 1,743.2393 45,324.2212 2 26.1416 1,829.9139 47,577.7605 3 27.3558 1,914.9076 49,787.5974 4 28.5939 2,001.5743 52,040.9325 5 29.8320 2,088.2411 54,294.2677 Xxxxx 0 1 29.1341 2,039.3860 53,024.0353 2 30.7779 2,154.4546 56,015.8206 3 32.4433 2,271.0314 59,046.8158 4 34.1085 2,387.5924 62,077.4025 5 35.8397 2,508.7797 65,228.2732 Xxxxx 0 1 30.8904 2,162.3249 56,220.4465 2 32.3079 2,261.5510 58,800.3253 3 33.7043 2,359.3004 61,341.8113 4 35.1558 2,460.9065 63,983.5680 5 36.7042 2,569.2909 66,801.5643 Xxxxx 0 1 34.0189 2,381.3245 61,914.4370 2 35.3958 2...

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