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Wetaskiwin Regional Public Schools Collective Agreement

4.2.1.3 Secondary school principals receive a $626 allowance for each princely school for which they are responsible. Secondary school students are not included in the main premium census. 7.1.3.1 The employer is committed to maintaining a staff assistance plan funded 100% by teachers. The changes to the plan are agreed on. 2.5.2 If a strike or lockout begins during the central negotiations, the continuation of the collective agreement is suspended until an agreement on essential conditions is ratified in accordance with Section 11 (4) PECBA or the central conditions are otherwise settled. 15.9 Representatives of TEBA and the association meet within 15 days of operation to discuss the difference or at a later date, which is consensual for both parties. By mutual agreement between TEBA and the association, representatives of the employer concerned by the difference may be invited to participate in the discussion on difference. b) TEBA and the association may agree to proceed with an arbitration board composed of a single arbitrator instead of a three-member arbitration board. In this case, TEBA and the association will appoint a person who will serve as a single arbitrator within 15 days of operation, in accordance with the agreement reached with a single arbitrator.

If it is not possible to agree on the person as a single arbitrator, each party may request in writing that the Director of Mediation Services indicate the required appointment. 9.2.3 A teacher who is on sabbatical undertakes in writing to resume his duties upon the end of his leave and cannot resign or leave the magisterium for at least two years after returning to duty. 1.3.1 is exclusively entitled to bargain collectively with TEBA on behalf of all teachers in the bargaining units and to engage teachers in each collective agreement with respect to the core concepts; and 3.4.6 The teaching service with other employers is treated as if it had performed a teaching service under the collective agreement. (Note: This article only applies to teachers recruited after the date of signing this contract.) 3.3 If neither party provides notification in accordance with point 3.2 above, this agreement is maintained from one year to the next until the wish for change or termination is notified in accordance with point 3.2. 3.1 This agreement will enter into force on September 1, 2012 and expire on August 31, 2016. 1.6 “Flat payment” refers to a one-time payment corresponding to other one-time payments sometimes signed bonuses. The “flat payment” does not explicitly include the continuation or extension of the lump sum payments currently provided for in the settlement agreements between employers and unions, which are listed in point 1.1 of this letter. 3.6.1.1 Teachers who are required to teach in one day in two or more schools receive mileage or travel allowance at the same rate as other employers.

2.3.2 A notice pursuant to subsection 2.3.1 is considered a notice of opening collective bargaining in accordance with section 59, paragraph 1, of the labour code. 4.4 The provisions of this agreement apply in proportion to part-time teachers. Effective May 1, 1997, this agreement provides full-time bonuses for part-time teachers, as outlined in Term 5. 9.2.4 A teacher who is on sabbatical enters into an individual written agreement with the employer on the conditions under which the teacher must return to the school system. 1.4 “general increase” a percentage of salary increase applicable at all stages of all the grids of a settlement agreement.