The following appeal procedure complies with the requirements of the Labour Relations Act and provides for the peaceful settlement of disputes arising from the interpretation, application or application of this collective agreement, including all matters relating to the existence of a difference, and is dealt with as follows: a copy of the collective agreement between the Palliser Regional School and the Canadian Union of Local Public Employees #290 may be downloaded rgée here. . (b) the nature of the remedy, the clause or clauses of this collective agreement that are the subject of an appeal and the remedy sought must be submitted. 5.3 In a school where there is no vice-rector or vice-principal, a teacher shall be appointed principal by the principal in the absence of the principal and shall receive an amount of 1/200 out of 25 per cent of the principal`s allowance for each day of the principal`s absence. (e) The employer may add Vice-President or Vice-Principal positions at any school if it deems it appropriate. 9.1.2 For the period of one day, if applicable one day for travel, per school year of participation in the 4.4.1 ranking at the salary level, it is a function of the number of years of experience and full years of teacher training on 1 September or 1 February of each school year or at the beginning of employment. 5.5 The Employer has the right to create and fill positions of Principal, Vice-Principal, Senior Assistant, Supervisor, Coordinator and Advisory Board, provided that remuneration for such positions is included in this Collective Agreement. 16. If the employer wishes to change the date of the beginning of the school year, he shall inform his teachers before 1 May. 9.1.3 For no more than two days per school year for the purpose of writing exams in academic or professional courses. 21.2 Notwithstanding paragraph 21.1, school heads are responsible for organizing their schools in such a way that the schools are operational. 1. The collective agreement applies to all workers of the employer who must possess as a condition of their employment a valid teaching certificate issued under the authority of the Ministry of Education of the Province of Alberta and must be members of the association collectively designated as a teacher or, if the context so requires, teachers, except those designated as superintendents or sub-registered superintendents.
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