If you are injured and receive payments under the Security and Insurance Act (formerly work allowance), you can use your sick leave to charge payments on the full salary. If your “normal salary” includes a coordinator`s step. B, this amount must be included in the calculation. We advise you to contact your representative on Tom Tomassi`s Working Committee to learn more about your illness options and how housing is negotiated with the college. Sick leave and benefits for part-time workers are slightly different from those of full-time workers and are included in section 26 and Schedule V of the collective agreement. From your first day of university service, you will fall into the STD plan in a year of delivery from September 1 to August 31. Each year in September, twenty (20) days are added to your health bank. If you are not at university due to illness or injury, you will receive the full salary up to the number of days they have accumulated in your bank. Full payment includes the remuneration of a coordinator and/or the expected overtime. (Article 17.01 F1).
The employer pays for the plan. If you are still ill after using your “sick days,” you receive 75% of your “regular pay” for the period between the end of your sick leave and the date on which you can normally benefit from the LTD (Article 17.01 F2). (If your “normal salary” includes a coordinator`s step. B, this amount must be included in the calculation.) If the waiting period for LTD expires while you still have STD sickness benefits, you can use these credits before you receive your LTD benefits. For full-time workers whose illness or disability does not require full sick leave, but an adjustment to their working conditions or a temporary reduction in their workload, permanent or temporary accommodation should be provided so that they can continue this work as much as possible. The JIC was included in the collective agreement because the parties agreed that a joint committee is the best way to assist members with benefit rights that cannot be resolved through other processes.