10.04 Before leaving work, a representative must obtain permission from his or her immediate superiors to investigate employee complaints, process a complaint or undertake other local union activity during working hours. Such an authorization is not improperly denied. Where possible, the representative reports to his authority before returning to normal duties. 7.02 At the request of either party, the parties to this agreement appropriately and constructively consult on proposed changes to employment or working conditions that are not covered by this agreement. Staff members are informed in writing of their termination date when they are recruited. Permanent workers are covered by all provisions of the collective agreement, with the exception of Article 34 – severance pay. Term employees do not receive vacation credits under Section 25 – leave, but receive four (4%) Holiday allowance on a two-day basis. If the duration of the employment extends beyond six (6) months of continuous service, the worker is entitled to coverage in accordance with the provisions of section 38 relating to sick leave and may participate in the group benefits plan and be entitled to all benefits under this collective agreement, with the exception of severance pay and job security. (i) the mileage allowance at the rate set by the employer, which, for the duration of this collective agreement, is $0.45 per kilometre; or 5.05 In the event that a worker retires or resigns from his position, the employer accepts that the obligations exercised by that person are fulfilled only when the parties sign a new collective agreement. This agreement is binding and will remain in force from 13 July 2008 until 12 July 2012 and will continue from year to year after, unless one of the parties informs the other party in writing within 120 days of the expiry of the negotiations. The employer and local representatives of the Union may, by mutual agreement, renounce in writing the application of the change of position without any provision for dismissal. 30.02 Pending the signing of a new collective agreement, the parties will check the adequacy of the position classification system and compliance with applicable legislation.
(i) reports on health or safety investigations conducted, including all sample data and other relevant information. (a) complaints referred to expedited arbitration must be heard within 90 days of the date of dismissal, unless the hearing is delayed by mutual agreement between the parties or the arbitrator; 36.04 (a) The seniority lists described above, which consist of the name and seniority of each worker, are maintained and reviewed annually by the employer and published on administrative bulletins, a copy being sent to the President of the Union on site. 30.03 The employer agrees not to demote, for the duration of this agreement, the customs duties or the level of wages of a position in Schedule A and agrees that no employee may be demoted to another position. For example, if your company joins an employer organization that has a collective agreement with a workers` association/union. It is recognized that the employer favours local suppliers when purchasing goods and services. 39.01 For the duration of this collective agreement, the employer agrees to include the current pension plan for employees of the Charlottetown Airport Authority Inc. including the current bonus policy (including the percentage). continue. Cost sharing) and agrees not to change the plan or the current percentage cost sharing, unless an agreement is reached. As long as a new classification system is not developed or amended in accordance with the collective agreement, including LOU 4, the current system, as negotiated in Schedule A, will be pursued. This standard is derived from rectification letter 5 of collective agreement No. 5 signed on July 13, 2000 between Charlottetown Airport Authority Inc.