Collective Agreement Ar

2.1. The collective agreement provides that each worker shall receive all wage adjustments within 120 calendar days from the date of signature. As this provision is part of the collective agreement, it must therefore be implemented within the 120-day transposition period that expires on 24 May 2012. 1.1. The purpose of this Directive is to provide information on changes in revocable remuneration described in the NR Group collective agreement signed on 25 January 2012. 2.2. Severance pay shall be paid to all staff members occupying a position in the AR, EN-ENG and EN-SUR groups and sub-groups in occupancy groups. Remuneration shall not be paid to persons who are no longer members of the bargaining unit before the date of signature of this Agreement. 3.4.2. Compensation advisors must change the remuneration by entering into an “Ena – PAC 18A” transaction with claim code 251, interest base 9 (annual) and the new rates with effect from 1 October 2011. 3.4.6. Instructions on the attachment of wages are available in THE PERSONAL-Pay Input Manual (SIPP) sections PPIM 4-4-09, SIPP 4-4-18-4-1, SIPP 4-4-18-5-1, SIPP 4-4-18-5-1, SIDPP 4-4-18-5-2 and ITPP 5-9.

3.4.1. Compensation advisors are responsible for processing all retroactivity by concluding “Entitlement Amend” ENA 210 – Pay Action Code (PAC) Transactions 18A for data before the date of signature and a “revision” (REV – Pay Action Code (PAC) 09 from the date of signature. For more information, see PRIB Payment Rate Application Bulletin (PRIB) 2012-004. 2.5.1. All inquiries regarding the information contained herein should be directed to your Utility Compensation Office (PWGSC). 3.1. Claim code 251 (recruitment and employment allowance) is always used for the payment of the cancellable remuneration. 3.4.5. When pac 18R closes, compensation advisors should insert “OV” in box 71. This ensures that recoveries are made directly from the additional payment of the review and not from the normal remuneration. 3.2.

As of October 1, 2011, the revocable remuneration must be paid at the following rates, i.e. 50% of the remuneration in force before that date. 2.3. With effect from 1 October 2011, 50% of the cancellable remuneration has been replaced by an increase in the basic remuneration, and the remaining 50% will continue to be paid as an allowance.


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