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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta F.bruary 22, 1975 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD 29 TO THE EMPLOYEES of Phillips Cables LIMITED Conciliation Commissioner's Recommendation 4, 1975 IN THE MATTER OF The Alberta Labour Act, 1973 and a dispute beween the Canadian Association of Industrial JVlechanica! and Allied Workers, Local 2 (Alta.) Canadian Electrical Workers, Blairmore, Alberta and Phillips Cables (Western) Ltd., Sentinel, Alberta. 1. TERM OF AGREEMENT Eighteen (18) months, from 12 February, 1975 to 12 August, 1976. 2. SCHEDULE 'A' WAGES The following General Increases shall apply on dates shown: 12 February, 1975 per hour 3 July, 1975 per hour 12 February 1976 554; per hour 3. CLASSIFICATION ADJUSTMENTS In addition to the above noted general increases the following classifications shall be adjusted as shown: Spooler Insulating Operator Hi-Speed Rewind Testing Process Primary Machine I Trade Papers 12 February, 1975 per hour per hour per hour per hour per hour per hour 3 July, 1975 per hour 12 February 1976 per hour per hour per hour per hour per hour per hour 4. PAID HOLIDAYS 18.02 Add: 1st Monday in August to list of Paid Holidays. 5. DENTAL PLAN ARTICLE 20.08 The Company provide a Dental Plan, known as "The Confederation Life Plan. The cost of the Plan will be shared on a basis with the Employees. Details of the Plan shall be made available to the Employees. 6. OVERTIME-ARTICLE 14.04 u While it is agreed by both parties that overtime is undesirable, it is recognized that a reasonable amount of overtime is necessary for the efficient operation of the Company's business. If conditions arise necessitating overtime, employees will co-operate, and the appropriate rates will be paid. It is understood that overtime is to be the basis of Seniority within the various work classifications, provided the Employee is capable of doing' the job. However, upon reaching the bottom of the list with respect to Seniority, the Em- ployee shall be required to work overtime. The Company shall make every effort to notify Employees in advance. 7. STRIKES AND LOCK-OUTS ARTICLE 6.02 No change from present Agreement. OTHER ITEMS Other items as agreed prior to and during conciliation. APART from the above no other changes to the existing Agreement. LY. TAYLOR Conciliation Commissioner The following items, while agreed to between the parties during conciliation are being shown for information purposes only. OVERTIME ARTICLE 14.01 Change to provide that time and one-half shall be paid for the first four (4) hours on Saturdays, and double time thereafter. SHIFT PREMIUM ARTICLE 15.01 Change to provide a shift premium of: per hour for normal Afternoon Shifts; per hour for normal Night Shift. VACATIONS-ARTICLES 19.03-19.04-19.05 Change "May 30th" to read "June VACATIONS NEW ARTICLE 19.06 Change to provide four (4) weeks paid vacation for employees with ten (10) years or more service. ;