In cases where teacher staff reductions and system program reductions cannot be achieved by fluctuation, the only determining factor will be the age of service. The evaluation reflects the criteria for adoption of the organization by the evaluator, but the job description may be changed following an evaluation or at any time by mutual agreement, and subsequent evaluations reflect this revised description. Teachers who do not intend to share, to send in writing to the Superintendent of Human Resources or the delegated authority their intention to return to work within the time limit set in 10.5, 10.6 or 10.7 will receive a registered letter to an address agreed by the teacher and staff at the beginning of the leave, stating that, within forty-five (45) calendar days of the date on which the letter is received, the teacher informs the Superintendent of Human Resources or the delegated authority in writing and confirms the teacher`s decision to return to the service on the scheduled date. A teacher who indicates his intention to resign must announce in writing 30 days the termination of the contract, in accordance with article 108 of the School Law. This Agreement is concluded by the Parties for the sole purposes referred to in this document and for no other purpose. 4. development of a communication plan including the provision of information on the work of this committee to all detention officers. In the event that, for any reason, one of the teachers in the shared learning position is no longer teaching, the Superintendent of Human Resources or the delegated authority may, after fourteen (14) days` notice, request in writing the other participating teacher to assume the full-time duties of the previously shared position. If the teacher refuses, the board of directors will find a temporary replacement and the work breakdown agreement will end at the end of the school year. The above parties agree that, subject to ratification, there is a mutual agreement between the parties: CONSIDERING that, in accordance with the laws of the Province of Alberta, this agreement is entered into in the form amended from time to time, including, but not limited to, the Schools Act, the Alberta Human Rights Act and the Labour Relations Act. 10.05 An annual service of $300 ($300) shall be paid to permanent employees employed on or after December 1 of each year and who have been employed by the Board of Directors for at least fifteen (15 years) without interruption. The same applies to health or disability personnel.

Wage negotiations could be reopened as part of this agreement for 2019-20. “We are pleased to reach an agreement that is respectful of both the staff and the current budget of the Board of Directors,” Trina Hurdman, Chair of the Board of Directors, wrote in a press release. The Board of Directors and the Association agree that the reduction in Employment Insurance premiums, in accordance with the provisions of section 69 of the Employment Insurance Act, has been divided by the application of the employees` share of the savings in order to offset the cost of the other benefits included in this Agreement. If a teacher wishes to continue to participate in the benefit programs during the adoption leave granted in accordance with clause 16.2.1, the bonuses provided for in Article 20 of this Agreement will continue to be divided between the Board of Directors and the teacher. The teacher`s intention to continue to participate in the performance plans must be communicated to the Board of Directors at the same time as the request for adoption leave. (c) the increase in permanent staff to meet the needs of the Management Board, as a result of increased workload or other conditions that may lead to short-term staff shortages. 10 or more RTD teachers excluding the principal of the school 6.09 The Board reserves the right to transfer facility operation staff from one school to another if such a change is considered by management to be more effective cooperation or greater efficiency among staff. . .

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