If you would like to learn more about this excellent direction, please call (strictly confidential) Mike Lupiano at 613-862-2999, Nicole Poirier at 613-915-5030 or email your resume and letter of introduction: email@example.com CIPP members are the professionals who work for the people of Ottawa. Through collective bargaining, representation and representation of interests, CIPP works for its members so that they can focus on the work they are passionate about. We are committed to our members, our community and quality public services. All CUPE members work under the protection of a contract called a collective agreement. Your local union negotiates the terms of the agreement. Elected local union leaders also work with the employer to resolve issues in the workplace. If you would like a hard copy of your collective agreement, please speak to your steward. If you don`t know who your steward is or how to reach your contact, contact the CUPE office near you. 22 have passed from the worker`s return to the workforce and the beginning of entitlement to income protection benefits (a) If a worker`s employment relationship ends before the expiry of six (6) months of service, the employer must recover 100% (100%) of the money paid to the worker. The city is deemed authorized under the Employment Standards Act to make deductions from the worker`s paycheque in order to recover arrears from the employee. (b) The right to 100% (100%) PIP benefits is restored from the first pay period of each calendar year.
In the event that a worker receives PPI benefits at the end of the year, that worker is entitled to PIP benefits payable at 100% in accordance with the section. (c) The appearance of statutory or declared holidays during a worker`s absence on PIP shall not reduce the number of days of PIP eligibility of a worker (d) The applicable number of hundreds (100%) of wage protection is only available once per calendar year The employer may require a worker to present a medical certificate from a qualified physician: which it indicates is able to return to w ork before authorizing the worker to return to active service If the employer has overpaid a worker under this section, the employer may recover the overpayment from the worker. Such recovery is considered permitted by the Employment Act 2000 and the employer is allowed to make deductions from the worker`s paycheque to cover the overpayment, provided that the union and the worker have agreed on an appropriate repayment plan. In the absence of an agreement, the parties can use an expedited process to define the repayment plan. ARTICLE 10 BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Definition of immediate family (a) Direct family is defined as father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, child, father-in-law, mother-in-law, grandchial, grandparent and legal guardian of the worker until the worker`s majority. . . .