New Classifications Sample Clauses

New Classifications. When a new classification in the bargaining unit is established by the Employer or the Employer makes a substantial change in the job content of an existing classification which in reality causes such classification to become a new classification, the Employer shall advise the Union of such new or changed classification and the rate of pay established. If requested, the Employer agrees to meet with the Union to permit it to make representations with respect to the appropriate rate of pay providing any such meeting shall not delay the implementation of the new classification. Where the Union challenges the rate established by the Employer and the matter is not resolved following any such meeting with the Union, a grievance may be filed under the Grievance Procedure within seven (7) calendar days following any such meeting. If the matter is not resolved in the Grievance Procedure, it may be referred to Arbitration, it being understood that an Arbitration Board shall be limited to establishing an appropriate rate based on the relationship existing amongst other classifications within the Employer and duties and responsibilities involved. Any change in the rate established by the Employer either through meetings with the Union or by a Board of Arbitration shall be made retroactive to the time at which the new or changed classification was first filled.
New Classifications. 22.01 When a new classification, which is covered by the terms of this Collective Agreement, is established by the Employer, the Employer shall determine the rate of pay for the new classification and notify the Local Association of the new classification and its rate of pay. If the Association challenges the rate of pay, it shall have the right to request a meeting with the Employer to endeavour to negotiate a mutually satisfactory rate. Such request shall be made within ten (10) calendar days after receipt of such notice from the Employer, of the new occupational classification and rate. Any change mutually agreed upon resulting from such meeting shall be retroactive to the date that the position was filled. If the parties are unable to agree to the rate of pay, the matter may then be submitted to arbitration as provided for in this Agreement, provided application for arbitration is made within fifteen (15) calendar days of the said meeting. The decision of the Board of Arbitration (or Arbitrator, as the case may be) shall be based on the relationship established by comparison with other nursing classifications within the Home, having regard to the requirements of such classification.
New Classifications. Where the Employer finds it necessary to create a new job classification which falls within the bargaining unit, the Employer and Labor Council agree to jointly petition the State Labor Board to seek the necessary unit clarification unless the parties can mutually agree on the addition of the classification to the bargaining unit. If the inclusion of a new position classification is agreed to by the parties or found appropriate by the Labor Board, the parties shall negotiate as to the proper pay grade for the classification. If no agreement is reached within thirty (30) calendar days from the date its inclusion was determined, the Labor Council may appeal the proposed pay grade to the 3rd step of the grievance procedure. The second or third step grievance committee or arbitrator shall determine the reasonableness of the proposed salary grade in relationship to:
New Classifications. If the Employer creates a new classification which belongs in the bargaining unit and which is not now designated in this Collective Agreement, or if a new classification is included in the bargaining unit by the Labour Relations Board, the following provisions shall apply:
New Classifications. Whenever the Employer establishes a new classification within the collective bargaining unit, the Union shall be notified of the rate of pay assigned to the classification. The Union shall have fifteen (15) calendar days from receipt of such notification to object to the assigned rate. Thereafter, the parties shall meet within thirty (30) calendar days to negotiate any changes which might be required. If the parties are unable to reach agreement, the rate of pay shall be subject to the arbitration procedure set forth in this Agreement if the Union gives written notification of its intent to arbitrate to the Sheriff within fifteen (15) calendar days following the meeting of the parties on the subject.
New Classifications. 21.01 When a new classification is created within the bargaining unit, the Employer will establish a wage rate and classification for such a new job and agrees to discuss with the Union its rationale for the rate. Vacancies within new classifications shall be posted with sufficient description of the work to be performed within thirty (30) calendar days of the start-up of the new position and any experience gained as a result of a temporary assignment will not be considered as qualification for the posting. The posting will be filled in accordance with the job posting provisions of the Collective Agreement.
New Classifications. As and when types of equipment or work methods are introduced which are not included in the list of classifications contained in the attached Schedule, the Employer shall promptly negotiate with the Union a wage rate for such equipment or work method. Every effort will be made to conclude negotiations within thirty (30) days but in any event, the rate established shall be retroactive to the day notice in writing is given by either party to commence negotiations. In the event of disagreement, the question of a rate to be paid shall be referred to Arbitration per the provisions of Article 14.
New Classifications. Management retains the right to introduce new classifications whose rates of pay will be negotiable. If the parties are unable to agree on the rate of pay for the classification within 10 days of their first meeting or within such other period agreed to by the parties, the Employer may implement the classification and attach a salary and the matter may then be referred to a mutually agreed arbitrator for a final and binding decision.
New Classifications. As and when types of equipment or work methods are introduced to which classifications in this Agreement are not fairly applicable, the Employer will promptly negotiate with the Union, a wage rate for such new classification for inclusion in this Agreement. Negotiations will commence within five (5) days of written request from either party accompanied by a photograph, catalogue date on equipment and any other pertinent information. Every effort will be made to conclude negotiations within thirty (30) days and in any event, the wage rate established for such new classification shall become effective as of the date of the written request. In the event of disagreement of an applicable classification and rate by negotiation Article 14: Disputes (subsection 14.02 Grievances) shall be used.