8 hours pay if you're full time.
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Jan 13th, 2019 9:53 am
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Jan 13th, 2019 9:59 am
If that's true about the over assessed walks, then there's an excellent chance you'll be gaining walks. Our cut in flyer pay is making them include time value for prepping flyers. Our station is very like yours in terms of over assessed walks and we're gaining 5 full-time walks very soon, they're built, just waiting to bid.
Jan 13th, 2019 4:22 pm
Such **** bullshit.mikebc wrote: ↑Jan 13th, 2019 9:28 amIf you go back through your paystubs you should see that your annual raise doesn't coincide with the day you got permanent. My raise came in May even though I got fulltime in March because I went a month before winning an RLC position. This should be the same for anyone, there will be a gap based on how long you were backfilling (as you get the LC rate as a backfill). You also won't get 2 rates on 1 paycheque, if your raise falls 2 days into a pay period you'll get the lower rate applied to that whole cheque.
When I said "1 raise per year", I meant per 12 month cycle. If you go to a higher wage within that 12 month cycle then the countdown resets (this only applies to rates in the chart, not premiums like nightshift).
AccessHR's number is 1 877 807 9090. They can tell you when you get your annual raise. You should know your raise date anyway, incase you wanted to go back to RLC then you'd need to wait for your annual pay bump before doing so. It also means that if you're going into a restructure and you think you might lose your route, you'd need to bid onto a route in another station to preserve your raise countdown.
Articles 35.02-04 covers how "acting" works, 35.08(a) is the actual article referenced in the declined grievances.
Promotion: (... when moving to a higher paying position...) "The anniversary date for pay increments will change to the effective date of the movement to the new function."
Jan 13th, 2019 4:28 pm
Yea, another depot in our zone ended up adding 3-5 walks and they are a much smaller depot than ours.Hugh Jass wrote: ↑Jan 13th, 2019 9:59 amIf that's true about the over assessed walks, then there's an excellent chance you'll be gaining walks. Our cut in flyer pay is making them include time value for prepping flyers. Our station is very like yours in terms of over assessed walks and we're gaining 5 full-time walks very soon, they're built, just waiting to bid.
Jan 13th, 2019 5:02 pm
Restructures usually take a few months, lots of variables. 70 walks is quite a lot, so could take 3/4/5 months.
Jan 13th, 2019 5:43 pm
^^^This!jmomccxx wrote: ↑Jan 13th, 2019 4:22 pmSuch **** bullshit.
So I got hired and then received a pay reduction, and then a pay bump back to what I was making and that counts as a raise. Pretty annoying.
Like everything else, not covered in training, not told to you by anyone.
The corporation have real scumbag tactics and are not on our side. On the other hand, the union should have a booklet or something for new hires that spells out this kind of stuff in plain language. I would never have changed from relief if I had of known this.
Jan 13th, 2019 6:14 pm
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Jan 13th, 2019 6:46 pm
Jan 13th, 2019 7:02 pm
I was fully employed at my last job will the middle of October and then gained employment with CPC as a casual and started training at the beginning of November. Surely my last job qualified me with enough hours worked for EI. I did take EI last year due to paternity leave, but that shouldn't change anything with what I would be claiming right now.mikebc wrote: ↑Jan 13th, 2019 6:46 pmI'm almost certain they need the proper form from HR saying they're laid off (not sure what T# it is, maybe just an ROE), no?
edit: okay you don't need an ROE, but it will delay the process.
edit: also, minimum hours required worked in the last 52 weeks before you are eligible:
https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-soc ... .html#h2.2
It's worth a shot to apply but I don't think many terms qualify.
Jan 13th, 2019 7:13 pm
Jan 13th, 2019 7:40 pm
I kept an open EI claim the entire time I was a term. After the two week waiting period, I just input hours which I worked on the bi-weekly reports. If I didn’t work, I received EI, if I worked, I got paid.ocallaghand wrote: ↑Jan 13th, 2019 5:43 pm^^^This!
There are a ton more things we should know as new hires that aren't related to how to do the job. Nobody told us any of that, and without this group, I would have never known. A summary of important union related topics would have helped, or perhaps the day we spent with the rep could be extended to include other topics unrelated to H&S and more related to how pay structures and groups work.
Having said that, are terms allowed to claim EI for times when we are benched?
Jan 13th, 2019 8:51 pm
Jan 13th, 2019 9:13 pm
I am not sure, TBH. If I get called in this week, where would one find that information?mikebc wrote: ↑Jan 13th, 2019 7:13 pmYou should be fine then, since they'll average your last 26 weeks and give you 55% of that. If you hadn't been working that'd be one tiny payout.
Just be ready to do all the math 3 times and bend over backwards to walk them through it, because they're either hiring inept people or mandating them to feign stupidity so people get frustrated and drop their claim. They must use the same hiring pool as WorkSafe.
Hopefully it doesn't come to that. Where are you on the seniority list now?