Employment Standards Act Sample Clauses

Employment Standards Act. Subject to 9.10.4.2.2, Part 6 (Pregnancy and Parental Leave) of the Employment Standards Act at the date of signing of the Agreement shall in all applicable circumstances govern.
Employment Standards Act. During the current negotiations the Union expressed concern about the possibility of future legislative changes negatively impacting existing employment standards as set forth in the Employment Standards Act (Ontario) June 5, 1995. During the negotiation process the parties acknowledged their reliance on this legislation as forming a basis for past practices in respect of employment standards not otherwise specifically covered by the collective agreement. As an outgrowth of these discussions, the parties came to the following agreement.
Employment Standards Act. Where the provisions of the Employment Standards Act exceed those within this agreement such provisions shall apply.
Employment Standards Act. Where any provisions of the Employment Standards Act exceed those within this Collective Agreement such provisions shall apply.
Employment Standards Act. In the event that minimum standards in the Employment Standards Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 113, or any other employment standards legislation, that may be applicable are more favourable to the Executive in any respect, including but not limited to the provisions herein in respect of notice of termination or vacation entitlement, the provisions of the Employment Standards Act, or such other applicable employment standards legislation, shall apply.
Employment Standards Act. Employees leaving the service in less than twelve (12) months from the date of appointment shall be granted vacation pay in accordance with the Employment Standards Act.
Employment Standards Act. 21.7.1 The Institute will apply Sections 32(3) (Periods Free From Work), and 35 (Hours Free From Work) of the Employment Standards Act.
Employment Standards Act. The rights, benefits, terms or conditions of employment as set out in the Employment Standards Act and Regulations, as they exist on August 1, 2002, shall be the minimum requirements incorporated within the Collective Agreement; however, where the Collective Agreement provides higher remuneration in money or a greater right, benefit, term or condition of employment in favour of the employee(s) with respect to a particular standard, the Collective Agreement shall prevail.
Employment Standards Act. If a nurse's absence without pay from the Hospital including absences under Article Leaves of Absence, exceeds thirty (30) continuous calendar days the nurse will not accumulate seniority or service for any purposes under the Collective Agreement for the period of the absence in excess of thirty (30) continuous calendar days unless otherwise provided and the nurse will become responsiblefor full of any subsidized employee benefits in which she or he is entitled to participate during the period of absence. In the case of unpaid approved leaves of absence in excess of thirty (30) continuous calendar days a nurse may arrange with the Hospital to prepay the full premium of any applicable subsidized benefits during the period of leave in excess of thirty (30) continuous calendar days to ensure continuing coverage. In circumstances where a full-time nurse is on an unpaid leave of absence in excess of thirty (30) calendar days and voluntarily works occasional during the leave period, the nurse shall be deemed to have continued on unpaid leave. COLLECTIVEAGREEMENT MARCH Notwithstandingthis provision, seniority shall accrue if a nurse's absence is due to resulting in or benefits the period of the disability program covered by Employment Insurance. Notwithstanding this provision, seniority and service will accrue and the Hospital will continue to pay the premiums for benefit plans for nurses for a period of up to seventeen (17) weeks while a nurse is on pregnancy leave under Article and for a period of up to eighteen (18) weeks while a nurse is on parental leave under Article Seniority and service will accrue for an adoptive parent or a natural father for a period of up to thirty- five (35) weeks while such nurse is on a parental leave under Article NOTE I: Nurses presently enjoying the accumulation of seniority for greater periods shall continue to receive such benefits while employed by the Hospital.
Employment Standards Act. A full-time or regular part-time nurse shall lose all service and seniority and shall be deemed to have terminated if the nurse: