SIDELETTERS Sample Clauses
SIDELETTERS. The following Sideletters are those Sideletters which are specifically applicable to Washington, D.C. Staff Television Assignment Editors: SIDELETTER #1This will confirm our understanding that the attached list of names represents the WGA employees who were hired before March 2, 1977, and, as long as there is no break in their WGA-ABC employment, they are not subject to the new contract provisions on separate seniority lists in the following contracts: 1990 WGA New York Staff Newswriters Supplement, 1990 WGA Washington Staff Newswriters Supplement, 1990 WGA New York Staff Radio and Television News Editors Supplement, and the 1990 WGA Washington Staff Assignment Editors Supplement.WGA Employees Hired Before March 2, 1977Washington
SIDELETTERS. The following are those Sideletters which are specifically applicable to N.Y. Continuity Writers. SIDELETTER #1In connection with the category of “Network Promotion Producer-Writer” in the ABC Staff Continuity Supplement Agreement, it is understood that employees in such category do not have exclusive jurisdiction over the performance of producer duties.Employees in the category of “Network Promotion Producer-Writer” or “Local Writer” who are regularly assigned to production duties in connection with television promotional announcements, will be paid a fee of $25 per week. SIDELETTER #2The Company and the Guild have agreed that at WABC-TV the Director of Creative Services and the Assistant Director of Creative Services in the Promotion/Continuity Department may write and edit copy, provided that the persons filling those job titles are engaged primarily to perform managerial/supervisory duties. The Company will not lay off any of the bargaining unit persons employed as of March 2, 1987 as the result of the Company’s implementation of the right to perform unit work with management personnel. SIDELETTER #3NON-EXCLUSIVE TECHNICAL DUTIESEmployees involved in the preparation of material for broadcast may perform non-exclu- sive technical duties in connection therewith.Having bargained fully in 2002 with respect to the performance of non-exclusive techni- cal duties, the parties recognize that the performance of such duties was limited to the oper- ating of nonlinear editing equipment and associated peripheral equipment (e.g. “AVID”).The Company agrees to give prior notice to the Union of the existence of such non-exclu- sive technical duties to which such employees may be assigned. In addition, the Company agrees to discuss such new duties with the Union, giving good faith consideration to the Union’s concerns, needs and suggestions, prior to assigning such duties.The Company will provide appropriate training and an adequate period of familiarization in the use of such technical equipment. However, inability of an employee on staff as of March 1, 1981 to perform such duties after a good faith effort to do so shall not be a basis for discipline of such employee.The Company will not assign technical duties to the staff, where the performance of such duties is within the exclusive jurisdiction of another union. SIDELETTER #4 AVAILABILITY FEEIn consideration of a staff continuity writer’s availability for extended assignments, he/she will receive a special payment ...
SIDELETTERS. The following are those Sideletters which are specifically applicable to New York Staff News Writers. SIDELETTER #1In connection with the New York Staff News Writers Supplement Agreement of even date, the following will confirm our understanding that where both staff and freelance writers are employed on a strip news program it is not the intent of the Company to give assignments to the freelance writers for the purpose of avoiding overtime for the staff writers. SIDELETTER #2[Deleted.] SIDELETTER #3This will confirm our understanding concerning the exercise of editorial judgment in editing.
SIDELETTERS. The following are those Sideletters which are specifically applicable to WABC-TV News Department Researchers.SIDELETTER #3