1996 Utu National Agreement

On 1 July 1996, each worker shall receive a lump sum equal to the excess of (i) three (3) per cent of the employee`s remuneration for 1995, including remuneration for excessive amounts but excluding wage elements not subject to the general wage increases provided for in Section 8 of this Article and lump sums, beyond (ii) the lower value of (x) half of the amount described in clause (i) above and (y) twice per quarter of the amount, if any, the rate of payment of airlines for 1996 for health services abroad under the National Health and Social Assistance Plan (Plan) for railway employees exceeds this rate of payment for 1995. (j) a worker who resumes rail service in accordance with this Article continues to be subject to compulsory locomotive construction posting in accordance with the applicable agreements; This Article shall enter into force on 1st. June 1996 and does not restrict any of the existing rights of an air carrier. 1996-06-28 UTU GCA Mikrut FUSION IMPLEMENTATION AGT.pdf b) In the service of locomotives, trains and marshalling yards, different fares will be adjusted on the basis of hourly or daily fares provided for in timetables or collective agreements in the same way as they were increased under previous collective agreements. (d) A worker referred to in this article who has seniority on the designated property line shall be subject to the collective agreement for that property line. (c) In the event that the allocation of quotas is not compatible with local agreements, the parties shall meet at the property prior to implementation to determine the route of allocation. (h) a worker who returns to the train in accordance with this Article shall be treated as an “unprotected” train driver who is not entitled to any form of payment (including guarantees, assumptions of productivity funds, compensation and arbitrary benefits) for the entire duration spent on the train resulting from the exercise of the rights granted under this Article; “protected” train drivers are available under an applicable existing or future crew agreement. (b) This Agreement shall be construed as a separate agreement by and on behalf of each of these Carriers and their employees, represented by the organization that signed this Agreement, and shall remain in force until December 31, 1999 and thereafter, until it is amended or amended in accordance with the provisions of the Railway Labour Act, as amended from time to time. (c) An employee exercising rights under this section and transferring his or her residence shall receive a relocation allowance of $5,000, provided, however, that an employee is required to choose between that allowance and any relocation allowance that may be granted to him or her under other existing agreements or arrangements. This aid is paid in two equal instalments: the first, payable on the day of resettlement, and the second ninety (90) days thereafter. This remuneration (or part thereof) must be paid as intended as long as the person has an employment relationship with the carrier and is still at the new location at the time of the due date of payment.

(a) If the Parties have not reached an agreement within ninety (90) days of receipt of the Organization`s proposal, either Party may submit the matter to final and binding arbitration in accordance with this Section. The signing bonus and lump sum payments provided for in this section shall be paid to any employee subject to this Agreement who is employed at the time of payment of such payments or who has retired or died after the beginning of the applicable calendar year used to determine the amount of such payment. There will be no duplication of signing bonuses or lump sum payments due to employment under any other agreement, and these payments will not be used to offset, build or increase guarantees in protection agreements or arrangements. (a) A worker referred to in section 1 has the right to bid on vacancies in the order of seniority, to fill vacancies or to claim vacancies, to hold positions on railway services at any place of the carrier at any time within ninety (90) days after the absence from work. Questions of seniority relating to the exercise of this right shall be resolved by the Carrier and the representative of the Organization or, without consent and at the request of either Party, by written notification to the competent representative of the other Party, by final and binding arbitration in accordance with subparagraph (b). For the sole purpose of this Section, a uniform seniority list for the train mode shall be drawn up by 30 September 1996 at the latest, in accordance with the rules and procedures in force. The nine-cent subsistence allowance, which shall be in force from 1 July 1995 in accordance with Article II, Part B, of the UTU Implementation Document A of 1 November 1991, shall be included in the basic rates of pay on 30 November 1995 and this Article II, Part B shall be abolished on that date. Amounts effected from 1 January 1996 in accordance with that PROVISION COLA (from 1 January 1996). January 1996), shall be deducted from the amounts due under Article 1. (a) where agreements providing for the exercise of predatory rights within a shorter period of time are not in force, the existing rules, with the exception of the provisions relating to crew, shall be amended so that a worker who has a right of movement at any station (including additional boards) within a terminal or within 30 miles of his or her current signalling point, whichever is higher; must exercise this right of travel within forty-eight (48) hours of the time of appropriate notification in accordance with the applicable agreement or practice.

Our national agreements are negotiated by our Smart-Transportation Division and the National Carriers` Conference Committee (NCCC). You can visit the SMART-TD website or the CNCC website to see who participated in the last national agreement we entered into. The General Adjustment Committee (AMC) negotiates agreements for all institutions under the jurisdiction of the CAE. Our GCA is SMART-TD GCA 225. This committee is responsible for negotiating agreements for all former CNW residents. These include the adams Wisconsin, Clinton Iowa, Butler Wisconsin, Chicago, IL, etc. terminals (a) The minimum number of base days paid in miles or hours, as provided for in the individual schedules according to which an employee must be on duty in accordance with those signed by the organization that signed this contract to be eligible for annual leave for the following calendar year, will be increased by fifty (50) percent of the minimum number applicable under the applicable vacation rules. on the day of this Agreement.

The multiplier factors set forth in the Vacation Rules in effect at the time of this Agreement are modified to mean that each Base Day in the Court Service performed by an Employee of the Construction Service or an Employee with Interchangeable Road and Sorting Rights will be calculated as 1.6 days and each Base Day will be charged as 1.3 days in all other Services. determine entitlement to leave on the basis of the benefit paid during the previous calendar year. The existing eligibility requirements under the Dental Care Plan are amended with effect from June 1, 1996 to provide that an employee and his or her dependents are insured to cover dental expenses (as defined in the Dental Care Plan) for each calendar month by providing paid service or receiving vacation pay in the calendar month immediately preceding (the “Eligible Month”). This employee must have performed paid service or received paid leave for a total of at least seven (7) calendar days in the applicable eligible month. Any calendar day on which an employee assigned to an additional list is available for the Service but does not provide a Service will be considered the Compensated Service Day solely for the purposes of this Section. Existing provisions of the Dental Care Plan regarding eligibility and termination of coverage that are not expressly modified by this section will remain in effect. In the case of a transaction under 49 U.S.C. Section 10901 (or any subsequent provision), agreements under this section shall be deemed to be the performance of all bargaining obligations of the parties that may exist under any applicable law, agreement, or other authority with respect to such transaction, and shall also be deemed to meet the standards of employee welfare set forth in 49 U.S.C. §10901(e); who could be affected by such a transaction. (a) If, by 1 January 1999, the Parties have not reached agreement on matters relating to the matters referred to in Section 2, the Panel shall, by 1 July 1999, make recommendations for the resolution of all outstanding issues. .

Open chat
Hi, How can I help you?