NOW THEREFORE IT. IS HEREBY AGREED that in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements herein set forth, the parties agree as follows:
NOW THEREFORE IT. IS ENACTED as a by-law of the Corporation of the City of Windsor (herein called the “Employer”) as follows:
NOW THEREFORE IT. IS ENACTED as a by-law of the Corporation of the City of Windsor (herein called the as follows: The Employer hereby elects to participate in the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System on the day of January, (herein “the effective date”) and authorizes the City Clerk to submit this election in writing (by provision of a certified copy of this by-law) to the Secretary-Treasurer of the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Board. Every employee who, before the effective date, was an employee of the Employer is entitled to become a member of the System if he is employed on a continuous time basis, and at least seventy-five percent (75%) of the employees so employed become members. Every person who becomes an Employee of the Employer on or the effective date shall, as a condition of his employment become a member of the System on completion of not less than three (3) and not more than twelve (12) months of service on a continuous basis, provided however, that if he is already a member of the System then contributions by and on his behalf may, on the election of the employee, commence on any date during the first three (3) months of his service. The Commissioner of Finance of the Corporation of the City of Windsor is hereby to arrange for the deduction from the earnings of each employee who is a member of the System, the contributions required to be made by the member, and to remit such contributions together with the amounts required under the Act to be paid by the Employer, to the Secretary-Treasurer of the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Board, and to execute all necessary documents and to do such things as are necessary to carry out the intent of this by-law. The Employer hereby elects to participate together with the Board of Commissioners of Police for the City of Windsor as a single Employer under the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System Act, and the Regulations thereunder. This by-law shall come into force and take effect on the day of the final passing thereof.
NOW THEREFORE IT. Is Agreed as follows: 1 In the event an Employer does not avail himself of his "name hiring" prerogatives, the Union shall dispatch to the Employer those "local resident" members, as defined in article 14.01 of the Collective Agreement, and then non-member "local residents", in preference to other members of the Union, all in accordance with and subject to the conditions and procedures set forth below. The dispatch of these local residents shall be in response to the Employer's requests pursuant to article 13.05. 2 It is recognized that the prerogatives set out herein are experimental in nature, and accordingly this Letter of Understanding may be terminated on notice by either of the Parties. Such notice must be in writing and must be served by registered mail, giving at least thirty (30) days notice. It is further agreed that in the event this Letter of Understanding is terminated pursuant to such notice, the continued employment of employees engaged pursuant to this Letter of Understanding shall not be affected by the termination of this Letter of Understanding, nor shall either party then rely on the operation of and experience pursuant to this Letter of Understanding in subsequent negotiations.