4.3.1 The provisions of the Leave Act, in particular clauses 62 to 72, apply with regard to the right and entitlement to sick leave (including the illness of a spouse or creditor) and bereavement leave. This does not prevent employers and workers from accepting more generous provisions, especially when the worker is a non-teaching coordinator. 4.2.3 A permanent employee whose employment relationship is not covered by point 4.2.2 shall be entitled to annual leave during the closure of the year, unless otherwise agreed. This is 8% during the first year of the worker`s right. Thereafter, the right is 4 weeks of annual leave. workers cannot postpone bereavement leave; It must be taken at the time of mourning. If you would like a printed copy of this agreement, we recommend that you download the following PDF version. travel period for illness within the direct family or for bereavement cases: travel that is long distance or travel from remote areas; ** 50.01 If a member of the worker`s family dies, the worker is entitled to paid bereavement leave. Such bereavement leave, as defined by the worker, must include the day of the memorial to the deceased or begin within two (2) days of death. During this period, the worker is paid for the days that are not regularly scheduled for the worker.
In addition, the worker may be entitled to a maximum of three (3) days of leave with payment for the purposes of death-related travel. Adult and Community Education Staff in Schools` Collective Agreement Valid from January 28, 2020 to January 27, 2020. January 2022 We are improving our download to the printing feature, so if you would like a printed copy of this agreement, please download the PDF version of the collective agreement for adult and community education staff in schools. [Note: except in clause 3.2.5, the provisions of a teaching coordinator regarding leave are included in the corresponding teachers` collective agreement.] The Deputy Minister may allow an additional 2 days with payment for bereavement in exceptional circumstances. A worker who requires work leave may benefit from a specific pedagogical leave without loss of pay if this leave is authorized by a manager at the worker`s place of work. The maximum leave available under this section is ten (10) business days in a calendar year, unless the employer obtains authorization to take additional bereavement leave as set out in clause 38.03. The circumstances in which special leave may be authorised are governed by point 38.02 and the corresponding maximum annual number of working days: the maximum annual leave fixed for each circumstance requiring the use of the special leave may not be exceeded. However, family sick leave, bereavement leave and travel periods for immediate family illness or bereavement may be granted more than once in a calendar year, provided that the total special leave granted does not exceed ten (10) working days per calendar year.
Additional bereavement leave may be authorized by the employer if ten (10) working days of special leave have already been taken in a calendar year. Staff shall be entitled to paid bereavement leave within the meaning of this Directive. 184.108.40.206 If it is not known whether a day would otherwise be a working day for the employee, employers and employees must take into account the factors in point 220.127.116.11 in order to reach agreement on this issue. The family leave provided for in the Holidays Act 2003 is in addition to other holiday allowances in the collective agreement. . . .
Posted Sep 11th, 2021