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FOR THE UNION. FOR THE COMPANY: Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxx Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxx Xxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx Xxx Xxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxx LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN: STRUDEX FIBRES LIMITED - and - UNITED FOOD & COMMERCIAL WORKERS Local 175 Chartered by the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union CLC, AFL-CIO RE: HUMIDEX The Company makes commitment to the following:
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FOR THE UNION. FOR THE EMPLOYER: This Letter of Intent is attached to and forms part of the Collective Agreement. LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING No. 5 Between: ACCESS COMMUNITY SERVICES INC. (hereinafter referred to as the "Employer") - and - ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION and its Local 336 (hereinafter referred to as the "Union") This will confirm the understanding of the parties with respect to the duration of the Collective Agreement which expires December 31, 2012 relating to the following: It is agreed and understood between the parties that the word “hourly” as referenced in “Schedule A” under “Salaried Positions” is for administrative purposes only and in no way creates the status of an “Hourly Position.” SIGNED this day of , 2011. FOR THE UNION: FOR THE EMPLOYER: This Letter of Understanding is attached to and forms part of the Collective Agreement. LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING No. 6 Between: ACCESS COMMUNITY SERVICES INC. (hereinafter referred to as the "Employer") - and - ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION and its Local 336 (hereinafter referred to as the "Union") This will confirm the understanding of the parties with respect to the duration of the Collective Agreement which expires December 31, 2012 regarding Overtime Averaging and Excess Weekly Hours of Work. The Employer and the Union are aware that under the Employment Standards Amendment Act (Hours of Work and other Matters), 2004 (“Act”), agreements are required for averaging overtime pay and for work hours in excess of the weekly amount specified in the Act. In addition, the Employer and the Union are aware that approval for the above must be obtained from the Director of Employment Standards (the “Director”) by application. The Employer and the Union agree that an application shall be filed by the Employer with the Director for approval to average overtime hours over a period of two (2) weeks for all employees as set out in the Collective Agreement. The Employer and the Union agree that employees classified as Relief Workers, Relief Asleep Overnight Workers, and SIL Relief Workers may work more than forty-eight (48) hours in a work week up to a maximum of sixty (60) hours in a work week. The Employer and the Union agree that an application shall be filed by the Employer with the Director for approval of these excess hours. The Employer and the Union agree that employees classified as Salaried Overnight Awake Workers and Salaried Overnight Asleep Workers may work more than forty-eight (48) hours up to a...
FOR THE UNION. Agreeing to the foregoing, the parties hereto have executed this agreement Dated at Cambridge, Ontario, this SCHEDULE Effective October WAGE PROGRESSION SCHEDULE FOR CLASSIFIED POSITIONS Assistant Store Manager (Local 175) Meat Manager (Local 633) Start Months Months Months Months Months 08/19/01 08/17/03 08/14/05 Front End Manager (Local 175) Hot Deli Manager, Cold Deli Manager (Local 633) 08/19/01 7/03 08/14/05 Start Months Months Months Months Months Grocery Manager, Floral Manager, Photolab Manager, Night Crew Manager, General Merchandise Manager (in stores less than Dairy Manager (Local 175) Seafood Manager (Local 633) 08/19/01 08/17/03 08/14/05 start Months Months Months Months Months A premium of fifty cents per hour will be paid to end rated Front End Managers, Hot Deli Managers, Cold Deli Managers, Grocery Managers, Seafood Managers, Photolab Managers, Night Crew Managers, Merchandise Managers and Dairy Managers in stores with an average sales volume of over per week (averaged over a (52) week period and reviewed quarterly). * Head Meat Cutter (Local 633) start Months Months Months Months Months Months Months Months 08/19/01 7/03 08/14/05 *Where there are three (3) or more Meat Cutters, including the Meat Manager. WAGE PROGRESSION SCHEDULE FOR NON CLASSIFIED POSITIONS EMPLOYEES HIRED ON OR BEFORE OCTOBER Meat Cutter, Seafood Clerk, Deli Clerk (Local Floral Clerk (Local 175) 08/19/01 08/14/05 Start Months Months Months Months Months Months Months Months Months Months Grocery Clerk, Produce Clerk, Cashier (Local 179) start Months Months Months Months Months Months Months Months Asst. Head Cashier Start Months Months Months Months Months Months Months Months 08/19/01 08/17/03 08/14/05 (Local Only) 08/17/03 08/14/05 Xxxxx (Local 175) start Months Months Months Months Months Months Months Months 08/17/03 08/14/05 Start Months Months Months Months Months Months Months Months Clerk (Local 175) 08/19/01 08/17/03 4/05 Meat Wrapper (Local 633) Clerk (Local 175) 08/19/01 08/17/03 08/14/05 Start Months Months Months Months Months Months Months Months Lump Sum Payments (Full-time hired or promoted prior to October 2,2000) Full-time employees in the progression. Full-time employees hired or promoted prior to October who are in the progression in the positions of: Assistant Store manager; Meat Manager; Floral Manager; Seafood Manager; Manager; Head Meat Cutter and non-Classified positions, will receive a lump sum payment of thirty cents per hour times the previo...
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FOR THE UNION. FOR THE EMPLOYER: Mayor Clerk/Manager of Council Services LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING Between The Corporation of Norfolk County (The “Employer”) Party of the First Part and The Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 4700 (The “Union”) Party of the Second Part
FOR THE UNION. FOR THE EMPLOYER: Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx President Commissioner Xxxx Xxxxx Xxx XxXxxxxxx Component Chairperson Deputy Commissioner Xxxx Xxxxxxx Xxxx Xxxxxxx Local 102 Senior Labour Relations Officer Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx Rob VaterLechner Local 103 Labour Relations Officer Xxxx Xxxx Local 104 Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx Local 105 Xxx Xxxxxxx Local 111 Xxxx Xxxxxxxxxx Regional Coordinator Dated: April 27, 2001 *APPENDIX A Ministry Work Units Ministry of Attorney General
FOR THE UNION. FOR THE EMPLOYER: Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxx Xxxx, Director President Labour Relations, BCPSA Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxx Xxxxx Component Chairperson Senior Labour Relations Specialist, BCPSA Xxxx Xxxxx Xxxx Xxxxx Local 101 Team Leader/Human Resource Consultant BCPSA Xxxx Xxxxx Xxx Xxxxx Local 102 Director, Court Services Branch/Strategic Management & Corporate Programs, Sheriff Services Ministry of Attorney General Xxxxxxx Xxxxx Xxxx Xxxxxxx Local 103 Warden, SP/L Projects Corrections Branch/NFPC Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Local 103 Director of Programs at Burnaby Secure Ministry of Children & Family Development Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxx Xxxxx Local 104 Assistant Executive Director, Youth Custody Ministry of Children & Family Development Xxxx Xxxxx Xxxx Xxxxx, Executive Local 111 Director, Youth Custody Ministry of Children & Family Development Xxxx Xxxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxx Regional Coordinator Deputy Provincial Director Corrections Branch/Adult Custody Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General Xxxx XxXxxxx, Senior District Sheriff VLC/Xxxxxx Square Ministry of Attorney General Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx Provincial Director Corrections Branch/Adult ` Custody Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General Xxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxx, Corrections Branch/Adult Custody (VIRCC) Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General Xxx Xxxxx, Executive Director, Court Services Branch/Sheriff Services Lower Mainland Ministry of Attorney General Xxxx Xxxxx, Sheriff Court Services Branch/Sheriffs Ministry of Attorney General Dated: April 13, 2006 APPENDIX A Ministry Work Units Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General
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FOR THE UNION. FOR THE EMPLOYER: Xxxxx Xxxxx, Staff Representative Xxxxxxx X. Xxxxx, Chairman Council 2, Washington State Council Yakima County Board of County Commissioner of County and City Employees Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxx, Local 87P/87PS President Xxxxx X. Xxxxxxx, Commissioner Negotiations Team Member Yakima County Board of County Commissioner Xxx Xxx, Local 87PS Steward J. Xxxx Xxxxxxx, Commissioner Negotiations Team Member Yakima County Board of County Commissioner Xxxxxx Xxxxxx, Local 87P/87PS Vice President Xxxxx Xxxxxx, Court Administrator Xxxxx X. Xxxxx, Human Resources Director Represented by:
FOR THE UNION. FOR THE EMPLOYER: L tJYv ,k cEachern, Administrator /0C is VanZoost, Vice Pr sident LPN-1 (Graduate Practical Nurse) Start Oct. 31, 2012 (expired) Nov. 01, 2012 (+ 2.5%) Nov. 01, 2013 (+ 3%) LPN-2 (Licensed Practical Nurse) Start Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 25 Oct. 31, 2012 (expired) Nov. 01, 2012 (+ 2.5%) Nov. 01, 2013 (+ 3%) APPENDIX "A" - (Hourly Rate determined by 2080 hours) Annual 37,214 Hourly 17.8913 Annual 38,144 Hourly 18.3386 Annual 39,289 Hourly 18.8888 Annual 43,575 44,573 45,536 46,799 48,437 Hourly 20.9495 20.4293 21.8923 22.4995 23.2870 Annual 44,664 45,687 46,674 47,969 49,648 Hourly 21.4733 21.9651 22.4396 23.0620 23.8692 Annual 48,004 47,058 48,075 49,408 51,137 Hourly 22.1175 22.6240 23.1128 23.7539 24.5853 RN-1 Start Oct. 31, 2012 (expired) Annual Hourly 52,759 25.3649 Nov. 01, 2012 (+ 2.5%) Annual Hourly 54,078 25.9990 Nov. 01, 2013 (+ 3%) Annual Hourly 55,700 26.7790 RN-2 Start Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year s Year 25 Oct. 31, 2012 (expired) Annual Hourly 60,664 29.1654 62,461 30.0293 64,483 31.0014 66,730 32.0817 69,056 33.2000 71,473 34.3620 73,975 35.5649 Nov. 01, 2012 (+ 2.5%) Annual Hourly 62,181 29.8945 64,023 30.7801 66,095 31.7765 68,398 32.8838 70,782 34.0300 73,260 35.2211 75,824 36.4540 Nov. 01, 2013 (+ 3%) Annual Hourly 64,046 30.7914 65,943 31.7035 68,078 32.7298 70,450 33.8703 72,906 35.0509 75,458 36.2777 78,099 37.5476 APPENDIX "B" MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT ·EDUCATION PREMIUMS A Nurse who is qualified for more than one education premium shall only receive the highest education premium for which the Nurse qualifies in Group A. A Nurse may also qualify for a premium in Group B. A Nurse may also qualify for either or both of the premiums in Group C. Education premiums shall be pro-rated for Part-Time and Casual Nurses based on regular hours paid. That is to say that the annual amount will be divided by 1950 hours and will be payable on each bi-weekly pay based on regular hours paid which shall include the straight time hourly equivalent of overtime hours worked and hours worked under the premium pay provisions of Article 7.23 to a maximum of the Education Premium entitlement for a Full-Time Position. EDUCATION PREMIUMS ·GROUP A
FOR THE UNION. This Letter of Understanding shall take effect on the first day of the month following the signing of the Collective Agreement. LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN: ZENITH TRANSPORT AND: TEAMSTERS LOCAL It is agreed between the parties that the following conditions will be a supplement to the body of the Master Freight and Cartage Agreement and/or appropriate sections of the said Agreement and Appendix “A“, New Hires: “Red Circle“ existing employees on seniority list. New hires hourly: per hour reduction New hires mileage: per mile reduction New hires rates: reduction post trip paid hour total. subsistence to Washington, Oregon over ten hours. SIGNED THIS DAY OF FOR THE COMPANY FOR THE UNION LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN: ZENITH TRANSPORT AND: TEAMSTERS LOCAL NO. All Company line jobs in are to be posted once a year starting May and to be effective May and continue yearly from April on. Any driver bidding on these runs must be capable of line duties. Once bids are established, drivers must stay on bid for full year. SIGNED THIS DAY OF FOR THE COMPANY FOR THE LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN: ZENITH TRANSPORT AND: TEAMSTERS LOCAL Wherever possible casual or part-time drivers will not be used on any line haul runs until all south run drivers (in town) be given the right of first refusal. Such drivers shall be called on a seniority basis. SIGNED DAY OF FOR THE COMPANY FOR THE UNION LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN: ZENITH TRANSPORT AND: TEAMSTERS LOCAL Warehouse Terminal The parties acknowledge the provisions of the Collective Agreement Article Section and this letter is intended to meet both the Union's "Union Security" principles and the Company's requirements for cross dock flexibility, manpower efficiencies and cost base control. The Company and the Union agree that work at the open cross dock will be designated to be performed by bargaining unit employees, to the greatest extent possible. Where the work can be scheduled in advance, the Company dispatchers will estimate the amount of time required for the tasks, and assign the activities to the "town drivers" accordingly. This work typically involves the unloading of trailers into the cross dock for temporary storage, the transfer of product form one trailer to another, or the loading of trailers from temporary storage. Shunting trailers in the yard and forklift use to complete the assigned tasks be performed by these employees. Where the work is scheduled in advance, and the amount of work estimated on a giv...
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