Pay Errors. 20.06.01 Should there be an error by the Company or its agent, which results in a shortage in an Employee's pay cheque in the amount of fifty dollars ($50) or more, such error shall be rectified and paid within five (5) workdays upon receipt of notice of such error. Should the error be less than fifty dollars ($50), such error shall be rectified and paid to the Employee on the next regular pay cheque.
Pay Errors. In the event that an employee discovers that an error on her pay in excess of fifty dollars ($50.00) which is the fault of the Employer, the Employer will make every reasonable effort to correct the error within two (2) business days from the date that the Employer is advised of the error by the Employee. Notification must be given prior to 4:30 p.m. Pay cheque errors of less than fifty dollars ($50.00) will be corrected on the following paycheque.
Pay Errors. In the event of a pay error involving an overpayment or an underpayment, it is agreed that adjustment will be made retroactively for the applicable period but such period shall not exceed six (6) calendar months prior to the registering of a complaint by an Employee or discovery date by the Company.
Pay Errors. In the event the Employer, by error, underpays an employee an amount in excess of four (4) hours' pay, the Employer shall pay the employee by manual cheque within three (3) business days from the date the error is reported to the Employer. If the error is four (4) hours or less, the correction shall be made on the pay period following the date that the error is discovered where practicable, or the following pay period, if not practicable. In the event the Employer, by error, overpaid an employee, the overpayment shall be deducted on the pay period following the date that the error is discovered, where practicable, or the following pay period, if not practicable. If the error is in excess of a regular day's pay, the Employer will be reimbursed based on a mutually satisfactory arrangement between the employee and the Employer.
Pay Errors. If an error occurs in the payroll computation of an Owner Operator's pay cheque and the amount is equal to one (1) day's pay or more, he/she shall be entitled, on request, to receive same as soon as practical but not later than three (3) working days after the error was reported; and if the Owner Operator is overpaid then he/she shall return said cheque or the overpaid amount within three (3) working days. The Company will help the Owner Operator to acquire a rental (and optional insurance) if necessary and requested. The Owner Operator will reimburse the Company for the cost of the rental and cost of optional insurance through payroll deduction or direct payment if requested.
Pay Errors. In the event that the Employer makes a payroll error which results in a shortage in the employee’s pay cheque equal to or greater than ten percent (10%) of the employee’s gross pay, the Employer will issue a separate cheque to correct the error within seven (7) days of becoming aware of the error. If the error is a result of the employee’s mistake, the above clause does not apply.
Pay Errors. When a pay error occurs and the error is more than fifty dollars ($50), the Employer will issue a manual cheque within three (3) business days of being notified in writing of the error. Ifthe error is less than fifty (50) dollars, the Employer will rectify on your next pay cheque. CoDective Agreement between Fairhaven and CUPE Local 131 Term: January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2016