Canadian Labour Reporter

July 12, 2021

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PM #40065782 AN ALBERTA government min- istry had sufficient medical infor- mation to accommodate a worker on medical leave eight months earlier than it actually did, an ar- bitrator has ruled. The worker held a part-time, senior administrative position for the Alberta Ministry of Justice and Solicitor General at the Cal- gary Courts Centre (CCC). He came into conflict with co- workers, to the point where he filed harassment grievances in early 2018. In May, he provided a medical note saying that his work environment was causing him First contract About 19,000 members and reservists of the RCMP tentatively agree to initial six-year collective agreement GOVERNMENT City of Medicine Hat Medicine Hat, Alta. (800 inside, outside workers) and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Local 46 Renewal agreement: Effective Jan. 1, 2020 to Dec. 31, 2022. Signed on Nov. 16, 2020. Shift premium: 10% for employee who is temporar- ily assigned portion of duties and responsibilities of posi- tion outside bargaining unit while continuing to remain in see Collective agreements > pg. 3 Photo: JL Images (iStock) see Acceptable > pg.8 Valet kept key card to guest parking lot; claimed ignorance it was against policy AN ONTARIO hotel valet who repeatedly parked his car in a guest parking lot deserved dismissal, de- spite the fact that he cooperated in the investigation into the misconduct, an arbitrator has ruled. The worker, 56, was a valet at the Fairmont Royal York, a luxury hotel in Toronto. His job duties in- volved parking guests' vehicles in a reserved park- ing lot. The spaces were in a parking area adjacent to the building that the hotel leased and to which valets gained access with a card issued by the park- ing lot's owner. The hotel paid the owner a flat fee for use of the lot and charged guests $53 for over- night parking. In March 2016, the hotel's ethics hotline received an anonymous call saying that a valet was parking his car in the guest parking area without paying. The hotel investigated but it couldn't find any proof. However, one month later, an anonymous email to several managers claimed that the person mak- ing the accusations was actually the one doing it. A July 12, 2021 see Common > pg.8 CarePartners — Ontario pg. 4 Garda Security Screening (Lloydminster Airport) — Alberta pg. 5 City of Vernon — British Columbia pg. 5 Intercare Corporate Group — Alberta pg. 6 Photo: Margarita-Young (iStock) Strategies for Workplace Conclicts For more programs & dates, visit us at: https://irc.queensu.ca Register today! Sep. 13-17, 2021 (11am-3pm EST) Managing Unionized Environments Sep. 14-17, 2021 (11:30am-5pm EST) CLR-Jun 28- 2021.qxp_Layout 1 2021-06-23 4:00 PM Page 1 ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS pg. 2 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS Accommodation delay costs Alberta government ministry

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