Medical services: The employer donates $3.30 per hour to the 183-member local benefit fund. As of May 1, 2020: $3.45 per hour. From May 1, 2020: $3.60 per hour. May 1, 2020: $0.69 per hour May 1, 2021: $0.72 per hour Renewal contract: effective May 1, 2021 May 2019 to April 30, 2022. Ratification on May 1, 2019. Signed May 1, 2019. Tool Supplement: The company provides all the tools necessary to carry out the work, with the exception of bags, hammers, adhesive tapes, knives (previously, the employer paid US$30 per month as a tool premium). Employees will be reimbursed for the loss of tools related to work, clothing and other personal property due to fires or thefts in areas for the storage of these items up to $300. Uniforms and clothing: each worker owns and wears, as a condition of employment, appropriate protective footwear and other personal protective equipment that are necessary for normal tasks (not with raincoats, other protective clothing for which the worker must work in unusual conditions or in bad weather). Mileage: $0.45 per kilometre for trips outside the indicated area with private vehicle, $15 per day for trips outside the indicated area with a company vehicle. The employer will provide all workers with transportation from the employer farm to the farm and back to the farm (an additional $25 per day for employees driving trucks provided by the employer). Editor`s Note: Shelter: The employer provides an appropriate, sufficiently heated shelter where employees can have lunch (corporate trucks are sufficient when heated). If staff are required to report to the store or yard before starting work, staff benefit from a clean, sanitary transition zone separate from all other appliances.
The employer provides fresh, fresh drinking water, as required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Travel grant: for trips where employees are a-day a-a-day overnight, $100 per day, maximum $500 (or $600 for the 6-day week). Registration salary: 2 hours of paid reporting when the employee is directed to the site and work is not available due to bad weather, if the employee stays on site 1 hour after the indicated departure time to determine if the time changes. Non-payment of wages: in the event of non-payment of wages by the employer, the employer pays an amount equal to 20% of the remuneration, i.e. a maximum of USD 1,000, as damages liquidated and not punishable for infringement (75% of the damages are given by the union to charities that are mutually chosen by the parties). Central and Eastern Canada Organizing Fund (CECOF): The employer will pay $0.25 per hour worked to the KEK Commission. Prepaid plan: The employer pays $0.10 for each hour of work to Local 183 Labour Legal Preference Fund. Parking: The employer provides safe and secure parking spaces on his farm for personnel vehicles. . Holidays with pay: 10% of the gross salary for each insured worker is paid monthly to the International Union of North American Workers, local 183 Members` Holiday and Vacation Pay Fund.