ANNEXE “E” INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF LOCAL EREKTIC WORKERS 213As according to the collective agreement: Mar 1/13 Mar 1/14 Mar 1/15 Mar 1/16 Mar 1/16 Mar 1/17The common rate of tour guides is: $37.80 38.75 $39.71 $40.91 42.13The common health/wellness and retirement rate is: $6.40 USD 6.60 $6.80 $7.00 7.20 The following classifications are those under EU jurisdiction. The rates shown below are the rates paid to employees deducted in these classifications of the voluntary contribution to health, well-being and retirement. CHARGEHAND: Nine percent (9%) Hourly difference by journeyperson`s Rate.LEADHAND: Two percent (2%) per hour above the traveller`s price. Apprentices: (percentages) Màr 1/13 Màr 1/14 Mur 1/15 Mur 1/16 Mur 1/17 43 LOCAL 213 MARINE – SHIPBUILERS – LOCAL 506 APPENDIX “A” LETTERS OF UNDERSTANDING APPLICABLE TO ALL SIGNATORY UNIONSA. FEDERAL CONTRACTORS PROGRAM (EMPLOI EQUITY) In light of the new federal legislation on the federal contract program and the obligation to confirm the equal employment policy, the company and the unions confirm their intention to promote the goals of equal employment in the workplace. When real or artificial barriers arise to the promotion of these objectives, the parties consult. If it is found that the practices or conditions imposed by the collective agreement are effectively an obstacle the contracting parties set aside or will amend the agreement between the signatories, to correct the situation and, in the end, achieving compliance with all the following guidelines and the law of government policy in this regard.B. UC: UC: RECALL Effective for the duration of the collective agreement if the company increases the work force beyond the standard two-year seniority limit: 1. The Union sends former employees in order of their former three-year seniority period. Thirty Tamara Ramusovic and Natasha Edgar have successfully defended, on behalf of the Union, a petition for judicial review aimed at overturning the decision of a labour arbitrator.
The BC Supreme Court dismissed the employer`s application for undue delay in filing the petition in the Court of Justice. Although there were no applicable legal time limits for filing the petition, we successfully argued that, in the circumstances of the case, the employer`s delay in the discharge of the court was inappropriate and that the proper functioning of labour dispute resolution in general and the contractual decisions of the parties regarding the resolution of their disputes under their collective agreement were inappropriate. G. OTHERS1. The employer undertakes to enter a cheque for a dismissed worker as a means of payment for all hours earned before the day of dismissal. A final adjustment cheque is established within two (2) working days following the day of dismissal.