Utu National Vacation Agreement

Section 1 (a) – Effective January 1, 1997, each worker is subject to the scope of the organizations that signed the January 29, 1997 leave contract. On April 1, 1949, the organizations signed an annual leave of one week paid or paid instead of the week, if, in the previous calendar year, the worker paid the paternity certificates in accordance with the contracts of the signatory of April 29, 1949 leave contract amounting to two hundred and forty (240) basic days paid in miles or hours , as expected in the various calendars. b) This agreement is interpreted as a separate agreement by and for each of these transport companies and its workers delegated by the signatory of the organization and will remain in force until March 31, 1981 and thereafter, until it is amended or amended in accordance with the provisions of the Railway Labour Act as amended. In view of the agreement signed on that date between employees represented by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, the Brotherhood of RailwayMen, and the Union of North America, and The Carriers represented by the Eastern, Western and Southeastern Carriers conference committees, with respect to leave. J.-C. with payment: This agreement applies from 1956, but will also apply to airline claims filed in due form on January 1. , 1955, for 1955 leave and on file with the institution at the time of this agreement. No other claims are paid for 1955 on the basis of continuous service. Custody contracts are applied in accordance with their conditions for the year 1955. Section 11 – This holiday contract is considered a separate agreement by and on behalf of each airline and its railway workers to be interpreted and, effective July 1, 1949, replace the single consolidated vacation contract of June 6, 1945, provided that this agreement is considered to represent the rights and obligations of the partners of this agreement and the workers of that company represented by the brotherhood of locomotive drivers and that this agreement workers represented by the brotherhood of locomotive drivers of this company s. Union. This confirms our understanding that an engineer who, during his work as a firefighter, was entitled to count for leave for the carrier in a class or service class not covered by the company`s employee leave contract of April 29, 1949, may continue to account for these previous benefits during his engineering activity.

One of the most important federal laws that gives our union the structure to work with is the Railway Works Act. Some quick points to consider when reading these agreements are: A-2: If the worker last served in October 1978 or received leave pay and was disabled, either in October or November 1978, and does not work in November because of this disability alone , it would be insured. If he was released on parole after the last service or leave pay in October 1978, or if he was suspended or dismissed in October, he would not be insured; However, if there were to be a suspension or release in November 1978, it would be covered. See the answer to question 1, above on pregnancy absences. (g) – calendar days during which a staff member assigned to an additional list is available and days when they do not provide a service of no more than ninety (90) of those days are included in the determination of the leave qualification; Also included are calendar days of no more than forty-five (45) during which a worker is absent and cannot perform service due to a service injury. National health legislation. Should national public health laws be adopted, benefits under the National Railway Workers` Health and Welfare Plan, the Main Early Retirement Act for Medical Services and the National Rail Personnel Plan for a type of expenditure covered by this legislation will be integrated , in order to avoid duplication, and the parties will agree on the availability of the resulting savings.