Work Assignment. 1. It is understood that the assignment of work to purchased services does not convey a right to such work in the future, nor does it create any precedent with respect to future assignment of such work to purchased service employees by the employer.
Work Assignment. 8.1 The jurisdiction of the Unions shall be that jurisdiction established by Agreements between International Unions claiming the work or Decisions of Record recognized by the AFL-CIO for the various classifications and the character of work performed, having regard for the special requirements of thermal, nuclear or hydraulic generation and transmission and transformation construction. An Agreement or Decision of Record is one that is published by the Building and Construction Trades Department, AFL-CIO (Agreement and Decisions Rendered Affecting the Building Industry). Where no Decision or Agreement applies, the Employer agrees to consider evidence of established practices within the industry when making jurisdictional assignments.
Work Assignment. This Agreement shall cover persons engaged in work described and defined in this Agreement. Work defined and described in this Agreement shall be assigned by the Employer to the proper classification of employee (as determined by the Union) covered under this Agreement. It is further agreed that an employee of a higher classification may perform the work of any lower classification but must retain his/her original wage rate unless reclassified as provided for in Article 10, Section D.
Work Assignment. 6.1 The Jurisdiction of the Union shall be that jurisdiction established by Agreements between International Unions claiming the work or decisions of record recognized by the AFL-CIO for the various classifications and the character of work performed.
Work Assignment. 400 Advance Notice A. EPSCA will endeavour to advise the Union of all new major work and, all sub-contracted work which comes under the scope of the Agreement. 401 Work Assignment A. Regular mark-up meetings will be conducted for new major Transmission Systems Division, major Miscellaneous Projects work and all subcontracted construction work at times appropriate for the work in progress subject to the following. When work is to be performed on a project site* and it meets the following criteria; same employer, same work, same project site, the mark-up process will not be required. This procedure shall not preclude the Union’s right to contest previously disputed work. When a Contractor or a Sub-contractor has work that is less than three (3) weeks in duration and there are ten (10) or fewer employees covered by the EPSCA Collective Agreements employed on this specific work, the Union will be notified of the scope of work and the Employer’s proposed work assignments. The Union will have two (2) weeks from the date of notification to submit jurisdictional claims and supporting evidence to the Employer for consideration. The Employer will notify the Union of the final work assignments prior to the commencement of the work. The purpose of these mark-up meetings is to indicate to the Union the work which is about to be carried out by the Employers in order to minimize the potential for jurisdictional disputes. New work assignments will be made as outlined in the Procedural Rules and Regulations of the Plan for the Settlement of Jurisdictional Disputes in the Construction Industry. EPSCA or the Employer with the approval of EPSCA will provide written notice to the Union as far in advance as possible of mark-up meetings. The Union will attend these mark-up meetings, and every effort will be made to settle questions of jurisdiction before the dates that Management indicates the work is expected to commence.
Work Assignment. The total required assignment hours for department chairs including department chair office hours will be determined by examining the total amount of reassigned time as per Appendix B. 3 LHE of reassigned time is equivalent to 8 hours/week during the primary terms. 1 LHE of reassigned time is equivalent to 2.6 hours/week.
Work Assignment. 6.1 The Jurisdiction of the Unions shall be that jurisdiction established by agreements between International Unions claiming the work or Decisions of Record recognized by the AFL-CIO for the various classifications and the character of work performed, having regard for the special requirements of thermal, nuclear or hydraulic generation and transmission and transformation construction.