Ufcw Collective Agreement 2018

24.01 This Agreement applies from August 1, 2018 to July 31, 2021 and until all provisions of the Ontario Labour Relations Act are met. Collective Agreement between Wilfrid Laurier University (hereinafter referred to as “the University” and/or “the Employer”) of Part One and United Food and Commercial Workers Canada, Local 175, established by the International Food and Industry Union (hereinafter referred to as “the Union”). one. The employer recognizes the union as the sole collective bargaining agency for all employees of Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, with the exception of department heads, those above the rank of department head, office and office staff, persons performing an educational or academic function, and persons for whom a union had bargaining rights as of July 7. 1986. The Equal Pay for Equal Work Act passed by the provincial government introduced a number of barriers to these negotiations. While the laws are positive for workers, the union and the employer do not agree with the interpretation that applies to members on the basis of employment status. No agreement could be reached despite expert legal advice and advice from both parties. The ratified agreement, which members will consider by November 2021, contains the following improvements.

The parties also agree that each arbitration body or arbitrator has full jurisdiction to adjudicate, taking into account current events in light of this agreement, without being limited by the Ontario Labour Relations Act. For the duration of this agreement, which was adopted on 31 The parties agree that there will be at least 40 full-time jobs. Discussions between the Parties shall not be binding and all other formal working arrangements shall be agreed between the Parties and shall be part of this Agreement. 3.10 Neither party (employers or employees) will enter into agreements inconsistent with the terms of this Collective Agreement. The following collective agreement applies between August 1, 2015 and July 31, 2018. 19.02 The employer undertakes to make available to the Union a place on the black board for a card showing the names of the catering stewards; the size of the card is mutually agreed between the employer and the union. 10.02 A worker who obtains a position through a vacancy notice, who does not meet a satisfactory level of performance or who does not feel fit to perform the duties of the new position, shall return to his or her previous position within a maximum period of twenty (twenty) working days, without loss of benefits or seniority. That review period may be extended by mutual agreement.

If the previous position no longer exists, Article 13.02 applies. d. From August 1, 2018 to September 1, 2019, part-time workers who were recruited before August 1, 2015 and who accept permanent full-time employment are transferred to Schedule A. Appendix A is closed to all new appointments effective September 1, 2019. As of September 2, 2019, part-time workers recruited before August 1, 2015 and who accept permanent full-time employment will remain in Appendix B. 20.04 Meal allowance: Employees working mainly in the Fresh Food Company must participate in the diet. Staff may request to unsubscribe from this meal program, as the medical documentation for the university is satisfactory to support this request. The date of entry into force of this amendment is the date of ratification of this agreement. For the duration of this agreement, employees must pay three dollars and forty cents ($US 3.40) per meal taken. one. An employee who has a complaint or disagreement is encouraged to discuss it immediately with his or her supervisor and, if the issue is not resolved, contact the union to file a complaint. .

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