An Employer Sample Clauses

An Employer reemploying a person who enjoys veteransrights under USERRA shall provide written notification to the Electrical Insurance Trustees within 30 days after the date of such reemployment. An Employer who fails to provide timely notification pursuant to this section shall be liable for all damages caused by such failure.
An Employer may alternate the work weeks from a Tuesday to Friday schedule one week followed by a Monday to Thursday schedule the next in order to provide a four day weekend every second week.. If this schedule is utilized, the straight time days will be Tuesday through Friday in one week followed by Monday through Thursday in the subsequent week. Should an Employee work on the scheduled days off, the Friday and Monday will be paid at time and one half (1½x) and the Saturday and Sunday will be paid at double time (2x).
An Employer. Grievance shall be filed directly at STEP 2 within five (5) working days after the Employer became aware of or reasonably ought to have been aware, of the occurrence of the circumstances giving rise thereto. It will be noted as STEP 2, dated, signed by an Employee Relations Representative designated by the AVP, Human Resources and Employee Relations and submitted to the Union President. The Union and the Employee Relations Representative or designate and the appropriate management representatives shall meet within thirty (30) working days of the STEP 2 grievance to discuss the grievance. The Union’s reply shall be given to the Employee Relations Representative within five (5) working days following the conclusion of the meeting.
An Employer. For the purposes of this Agreement, "an Employer" shall mean: (i) in the event the Executive is an officer of the Company and not of any of its Subsidiaries at the time of a Change in Control, the Company; (ii) in the event the Executive is an officer of one or more Subsidiaries of the Company, but not of the Company, at the time of a Change in Control, any such Subsidiary; and (iii) in the event the Executive is an officer of the Company and one or more Subsidiaries at the time of a Change in Control, any such entity of which the Executive is an officer at the time of the Change in Control.
An Employer grievance will be submitted to the Union's Kingston Regional Office and will commence at Step 2. A decision by the Union will be delivered in writing within 10 business days of the meeting provided for in Step 2.
An Employer may establish a swing shift without a day shift, a graveyard shift without a day shift or swing shift and without a stipulated ratio for electricians on shifts on work on one or more premises where the shift is continuous for one or more days. This clause applies to occupied premises only and the regular shift work premium is also applicable.
An Employer who chooses to provide coverage to some or all of these employees shall be obligated to contribute to all funds and programs identified in Section 1 of this Article 10. This includes the Health Benefits, Pension, Annuity, Apprentice and Training, NECTP, Vacation, NECLMP, and UBC Funds.
An Employer shall inform the Local Union of the location and start date of all new projects over fifty thousand dol- lars ($50,000.00) prior to commencing work. Employers must report to the Local Union all Employees that are required to work on Saturdays and/or Holidays along with the job location. The reporting may occur by telephoning, emailing or faxing the Local Union hall. In circumstances where an Employer violates this Article, there shall be a warning for the first offence. On the second offence, there shall be deterrent damages in the amount of five hundred dollars ($500.00). For each additional offence, there shall be deterrent damages in the amount of one thou- sand dollars ($1000.00) for each offence. The deterrent damages are to be shared, less applicable fees and costs, equally between the Union and the Guild’s Promotion fund.