1.01 « Affiliated »: a public health authority that has a partnership agreement or similar contract with a regional public health authority. (d) temporary positions provided for by a union, with the employer not to exceed twelve (12) months, unless it is renewed by mutual agreement with the union; Note 2: The base pay rates shown for these classifications were immortalized from the previous classification system with negotiated economic increases. These rates are not representative of the degree-related wage rate and apply only to established firms that were recruited prior to April 1, 2004. These base rates are circled in red until the new base rates agree or exceed through the application of negotiated economic increases, and then the new benchmark rates become real base rates for all existing firms. If the employer creates a new position that could reasonably fall within the scope of that bargaining unit or changes the description of a position that could affect the admission or exclusion of the position under this agreement, the employer informs the union. c) Unless mutually agreed, workers are not required to participate in work where the worker`s hours of work and the worker`s hours of service/witness exceed the normal daily hours of a full-time worker in the field of work. The parties agree that, for market-adjusted classifications, the market-adjusted amount will be used to calculate wage premiums. 1. Market-adjusted rates of pay are payable to all eligible workers in the classifications listed, subject to the two paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 (4). b) Negotiated expanded plans continue until they are negotiated or otherwise terminated under the original agreement. No worker is required or authorized to enter into a written or oral agreement with an employer representative who may be in conflict with the terms of the collective agreement. Notwithstanding other provisions of this agreement and in accordance with the Ambulance Services Act, standard working hours for full-time workers consist of positions provided for a forty-two (42) hours of work, which is spread over sixteen (16) weeks and two thousand, one hundred and forty-four (2184) hours per year. Hours of work do not cover periods during which staff are assigned to stand-by in accordance with Section 15.11.

When workers were previously employed under the SGEU/SAHO collective agreement taking into account home care and were employed from May 16, 1996, the following provision remains applicable: (c) When one of the parties terminates an expanded postal employment contract at the local level, the workers concerned return to standard hours, in accordance with Article 15.01 of the collective agreement, in an orderly procedure agreed by the parties.