City Of Dryden Collective Agreement

3. If the employer cannot return a worker to work within twenty-one days of receipt of the certificate in the first paragraph, the employer shall communicate in writing, within 21 days, to the worker and, if the worker is subject to a collective agreement, to the union representing the worker if the return to work is reasonably feasible and , if not, the reasons. 22 For the calculation and determination of wages, the monetary value of a room, dwelling or non-money paid by a worker for his employment is the amount agreed between the employer and the worker, or where there is no such agreement or if the agreed amount has an undue influence on the worker`s wages. , as can be decided by the minister. (i) any general leave or other leave with a salary granted to the worker under Section V of the Act, any dismissal concerning the replacement of general leave, which must be reserved under Section 195 of the Act, and for workers who are not, proof that the substitution was authorized in accordance with paragraph 195 , paragraph 2, of the law; 3. Where a worker is entitled to annual leave and there is no agreement between the employer and the worker on the date of the leave, the employer must give the worker at least two weeks after the worker`s annual leave begins. (2) any written notification, written request or written agreement made pursuant to Divisions I or I.1 of the Act; In a joint communication on Wednesday, the two groups also stated that “very few changes” had been made to other provisions of the previous agreement. Outside Thunder Bay, the city is the only municipality in northwestern Ontario with its own police force. (b) the period of dismissal is 12 months or less and dismissal is mandatory in a collective agreement under a minimum work guarantee; The human resources department is responsible for recruitment and selection, health and safety, collective agreements and labour relations, pay equity, personal data and personal records management, leave management (short- and long-term disability), WSIB, return to work, benefit management , policies and procedures, job descriptions, staff and family assistance, and general work requests.