Canadian Labour Reporter

November 22, 2021

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or Sunday. $0.60 per hour for hours worked when specifically designated by employer em- ployees holding advanced first- aid ticket or dangerous goods handling certificate (if ticket is not requirement of job). Paid holidays: 13 days. Vacations with pay: 5.77 hours biweekly after 1 year, 7.21 hours biweekly after 4 years, 8.65 hours biweekly after 10 years, 10.10 hours biweekly after 15 years, 11.54 hours biweekly after 20 years. 11.54 hours of vacation leave biweekly, maxi- mum 300 hours per year for all university instructors and counsellors. Employee will receive 5 days of additional leave for every 5 years of ser- vice reached. On termination, employee or their estate will be paid cash for any outstanding credits. Overtime: Time and one-half for first 4 hours worked; dou- ble time thereafter for over- time worked on regular work- ing day. Time and one-half for first 4 hours worked; double time thereafter for overtime worked on first day or rest; double time hours of overtime worked on second or subse- quent day of rest. Employees may take compensatory leave in lieu of overtime payment. Outstanding leave earned during 12-month period end- ing June 30 of each year but not liquidated by Dec. 31 of same year, will be paid in cash within 1 month immediately following date for liquidation of leave. Meal allowance: $14 when employee is required to work 3 or more hours of overtime immediately prior to or imme- diately following completion of scheduled workday (will not apply to employee who is on authorized travel status or where free meals are provided by employer). Medical benefits: Employer will pay 75% of premiums, employee will pay 25% of pre- miums. Dental: Employer will pay 50% of premiums, employee will pay 50% of premiums. Sick leave: 4.33 hours bi- weekly. Unused credits will be carried over from 1 year to next and will be accumulated indefinitely. LTD: Employer will pay 75% of premiums, employee will pay 25% of premiums. Life insurance: Employer will pay 50% of premiums, employ- ee will pay 50% of premiums. Pension: Yukon University Pension Plan. Bereavement leave: Employer will grant employee special leave with pay for death in im- mediate family (mother, father, sister, brother, stepfather, stepmother, foster-parent, wife, husband, son, daughter, stepchild, ward of employee, mother-in-law, father-in- law, grandchild, biological or by-marriage grandparent aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, son-in-law, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, daughter-in- law, ex-spouse who is parent of employee's child, any relative residing in employee's house- hold). Employee may also be given special leave to travel. Seniority – recall rights: 18 months commencing with date of layoff. Call-in pay: Greater of: compensation at applicable overtime rate for any time worked, plus in addition to any overtime compensation, 2 hours' pay at straight-time or compensation equivalent to 4 hours' pay at straight-time rate. When employee reports to work overtime for which they have been called in, em- ployee will be reimbursed for reasonable expenses incurred: actual cost of public or com- mercial transportation each way or when employee travels with own automobile, mileage allowance in accordance with policy guidelines and proce- dures manual. Probationary period: 6 months for employee ap- pointed to non-faculty posi- tion; 10 months for employee appointed to faculty position (period may be extended with agreement of both par- ties). Employee will not be required to serve more than 1 probationary period if they are subsequently appointed by employer to same position or position with substantially similar job functions and re- quired levels of expertise. Discipline: Sunset clause is 24 months for document or written statement specifically related to disciplinary action or performance. Severance: 2 weeks' pay for first; 1 week's pay for each succeeding year of employ- ment, maximum 30 weeks' pay for employee laid off for first time. 1 week's pay for each year of employment — less any previous severance pay — maximum 29 weeks' pay for employee who is laid off for second or subsequent time. Safety shoes: $175 (previously $150) on April 1 of each year for employees who are re- quired to wear safety footwear. Uniforms/clothing: Employer will provide 2 uniforms per year to each kitchen worker. $200 on Sept. 1 each year for custodians, custodial night supervisors, custodial supervi- sors. Sample rates of hourly pay (current): Level 1 Minimum: $24.56 Maximum: $29.24 Level 2 Minimum: $25.93 Maximum: $30.87 Level 3 Minimum: $27.45 Maximum: $32.68 Level 4 Minimum: $28.97 Maximum: $34.49 Level 5 Minimum: $30.87 Maximum: $36.75 Level 6 Minimum: $33.15 Maximum: $39.46 Level 7 Minimum: $35.81 Maximum: $42.63 Level 8 Minimum: $38.85 Maximum: $46.25 Level 9 Minimum: $42.65 Maximum: $50.78 Level 10 Minimum: $47.21 Maximum: $56.20 Level 11 Minimum: $52.54 Maximum: $62.53 Level 12 Minimum: $59.38 Maximum: $70.68 Editor's notes: Post-layoff assistance: Employee assistance program and career counseling will be available for laid-off em- ployees for maximum 18 months after effective date of layoff. Right to disconnect: Unless specified elsewhere in collective agreement, employee is under no obligation to engage in work-related communications including: answering calls or emails outside of normal working hours. Standby pay: 1 hour at regular straight-time rate for each 8 consecutive hours or portion thereof on standby. In addition to standby pay, employee will be paid greater of applicable overtime rate for time worked or minimum 4 hours' pay at straight-time rate. If employee reports to work on more than 1 occasion, employee will be paid for hours worked greater of: applicable overtime rate for time worked or minimum of 1 hour at applicable overtime rate. Christ- mas break: Employees will not be required to report for duty during Christmas break (3 working days that fall between Dec. 25 and Jan. 1). Travel assistance: $2,750 for full-time employee who completes 1 year of continuous service paid each year on anniversary of initial date of hire. Travel assistance: $2,750 paid each year on anniversary of initial date of hire. November 22, 2021 6 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS Canadian HR Reporter, a Key Media Canada (HR) Ltd. business 2021

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