Guideline Sample Clauses

Guideline. 1. A recently hired employee is expected a level 3 performance only after a training period.
Guideline. The Employer has the right to decide what work an employee performs, and how they are to perform it. The general rule is that an employee must comply with an order from their Employer unless it is illegal or unsafe. • If the employee does not agree with an Employer's order they must work now, grieve later. The employee should follow up with the xxxxxxx after complying with the direction if they believe the order contravened the collective agreement.
Guideline. In order to be covered by Clause 11.4(a) you must be a regular employee when you terminate your employment with an employer listed in Appendix 1. You are entitled to the benefits in 11.4(a) only if you are rehired as a regular employee.
Guideline. An employee is presumed to be working within the correct classification if the employee’s minimum qualifications, level of expertise, and at least fifty percent (50%) of his/her regularly assigned duties are those normally associated with his/her job class.
Guideline. Hours worked as a casual employee are included in a regular employee's seniority. • There is no such thing as classification seniority. • Sections 29 and 30 of the Workers Compensation Board Act refer to benefits paid for temporary full disability and temporary partial disability.
Guideline.  If an employee comes to a xxxxxxx with a complaint of discrimination the xxxxxxx should seek advice from a staff representative about how to best address the complaint.  A violation of the Human Rights Code may be taken to the Human Rights Tribunal or pursued through the grievance procedure.
Guideline. An employer cannot discriminate against an employee who wishes to run for an elected union position, become a xxxxxxx, member of joint labour/management committee, representative on the OHS Committee or bargaining committee member.  An employer cannot discriminate against an employee for exercising their rights (such as filing a grievance).  If an employee believes they are being discriminated against, the employee should contact their xxxxxxx.  A grievance can be filed as per Article 8 if there is discrimination for union activity.
Guideline. An employee who is on call is not working but must be ready and able to work (e.g. not impaired or otherwise unavailable).   The Employer is paying on call pay to ensure that an employee is available to work if needed. If an employee is required to work while on call, either regular wages or overtime is paid as appropriate under the collective agreement.
Guideline.  Any agreement made contrary to this collective agreement between any employee or group of employees and the Employer is not enforceable.  Only agreements made with the approval of the designated union representative are enforceable.
Guideline.  This applies to employees who work under Article 15 Hours of Work and Scheduling - Community Health Workers. This definition also applies to where there is a specific Memorandum of Agreement