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March16, 2020

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7 Canadian HR Reporter, a HAB Press business 2020 CANADIAN LABOUR REPORTER COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS regular shift. Medical benefits: Employer pays 100% of premiums for Alberta Health Care. Dental: Employer pays 100% of premiums. Vision: Employer pays 100% of premiums. LTD: Employer pays 100% of premiums. Pension: Employer contributes 1% of wages, employee contributes 1% of wages after 1 year of service; employer contributes 1.5% of wages, employee contributes 1.5% of wages after 2 years of service; employer contributes 2% of wages, employee contributes 2% of wages after 3 years of service; employer contributes 2.5% of wages, employee contributes 2.5 % of wages after 4 years of service to RRSP. Bereavement leave: 3 days for death in immediate family (spouse, same-sex partner, common-law spouse, child, stepchild, mother, stepmother, father, stepfather, sister, brother, grandparent, grandchild, mother-in-law, father-in-law). Maximum 12 hours for death of brother-in-law, sister-in-law. Seniority – recall rights: 3 months to start; 6 months after 1 year of service; 12 months after 5 years of service. Probationary period: 3 months. Discipline: Sunset clause is 18 months for disciplinary letters. Safety shoes: Maintenance employees will not receive rubber boots but will be entitled to $150-per-year boot allowance after 1 year of employment. Uniforms/clothing: Employer will provide rubber boots, other clothing and equipment as required. Employer will provide cold-weather suit for employees working in following positions: shag driver, yards (product protection, sample runs), cattle receiving, kill and fabrication freezers (only those employees required to go into the freezers), maintenance production and slaughter, rendering load-out. Employer will provide 1 coat, per work group, for each of following work groups (to be used as needed by individuals in the work group): cooler cleanout, packaging cleanup (including slaughter), store receivers. Employer will provide 2 coats to boiler room employees. Tool allowance: Maintenance employees will supply own tools but will be reimbursed for tools that wear out or break through ordinary wear and tear. Sample rates of hourly pay (current, after increase): Production Level PO/base Start: $16.70 rising 3 steps to $17.95 3 months: $18.33 rising 3 steps to $19.58 6 months: $20.05 rising 3 steps to $21.30 P1 Start: $19.50 rising 3 steps to $20.75 3 months: $20.50 rising 3 steps to $21.75 P2 Start: $19.90 rising 3 steps to $21.15 3 months: $20.90 rising 3 steps to $22.15 P3 Start: $20.40 rising 3 steps to $21.65 3 months: $21.40 rising 3 steps to $22.65 P4 Start: $20.90 rising 3 steps to $22.15 3 months: $21.90 rising 3 steps to $23.15 P5 Start: $21.55 rising 3 steps to $22.80 3 months: $22.55 rising 3 steps to $23.80 Rendering RO/base Start: $16.70 rising 3 steps to $17.95 3 months: $18.78 rising 3 steps to $20.03 6 months: $20.95 rising 3 steps to $22.20 1 R Start: $22.85 rising 3 steps to $24.10 3 months: $23.85 rising 3 steps to $25.10 2 R Start: $23.75 rising 3 steps to $25 3 months: $24.75 rising 3 steps to $26 3 R Start: $28.30 rising 3 steps to $29.55 3 months: $29.30 rising 3 steps to $30.55 4 R Start: $34.80 rising 3 steps to $36.05 3 months: $36.05 rising 3 steps to $37.30 Maintenance Level M00 Start: $17.70 rising 3 step to $18.95 3 months: $19.71 rising 3 steps to $22.96 6 months: $22.36 rising 3 steps to $23.61 9 months: $22.36 rising 3 steps to $23.61 12 months: $23.85 rising 3 steps to $25.10 M01 Start: $23.75 rising 3 steps to $25 3 months: $24.75 rising 3 steps to $26 M02 Start: $26.62 rising 3 steps to $27.87 3 months: $27.62 rising 3 steps to $28.87 M03 Start: $28.30 rising 3 steps to $29.55 3 months: $29.30 rising 3 steps to $30.55 M04 Start: $31.68 rising 1 step to $32.93 3 months: $32.68 rising 1 step to $33.93 M05 Start: $36.95 rising 3 steps to $39.20 3 months: $38.20 rising 3 steps to $40.45 M06 Start: $39.10 rising 3 steps to $40.70 3 months: $40.35 rising 3 steps to $41.95 M07 Start: $40.35 rising 3 steps to $41.60 3 months: $41.60 rising 3 steps to $42.85 Millwright ML1 Start: $24.15 rising 3 steps to $25 3 months: $25.15 rising 3 steps to $26 ML2 Start: $27.02 rising 3 steps to $27.87 3 months: $28.02 rising 3 steps to $28.87 ML3 Start: $30.16 rising 3 steps to $31.36 3 months: $31.16 rising 3 steps to $32.36 ML4 Start: $33.93 rising 3 steps to $35.28 3 months: $35.05 rising 3 steps to $36.40 ML5 Start: $37.70 rising 3 steps to $39.20 3 months: $38.95 rising 3 steps to $40.45 Welder W01 Start: $24.15 rising 3 steps to $25 3 months: $25.15 rising 3 steps to $26 W02 Start: $28.27 rising 3 steps to $29.40 3 months: $29.21 rising 3 steps to $30.34 W03 Start: $33.93 rising 3 steps to $35.28 3 months: $35.05 rising 3 steps to $36.40 W05 Start: $37.70 rising 3 steps to $39.20 3 months: $38.95 rising 3 steps to $40.45 Fourth-class power engineer E04 Start: $28.70 rising 3 steps to $29.55 3 months: $29.70 rising 3 steps to $30.55 Third-class power engineer E03 Start: $36.70 rising 3 steps to $38.20 3 months: $37.95 rising 3 steps to $39.45 Editor's notes: Identification cards: Cards will be replaced free of charge upon proof of damage. If card has been lost or stolen, $10 charge may result in order to replace original card. Failure to return card following employment will result in $50 charge to employees. Multiculturalism fund: Employer will provide $15,000 in initial year of agreement. Each year thereafter, employer will make available amount necessary, maximum $15,000, to bring uncommitted balance of fund up to $15,000.

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