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UNW Collective Agreement

Article 25 - Reporting Pay

25.01 (1) If an employee reports to work for his/her regularly scheduled shift and there is a change in his/her shift assignment, he/she shall be entitled to four (4) hours of work.  When no work is available he/she shall receive compensation of four (4) hours pay at the straight time rate.
  (2) If an employee reports to work on his/her regularly scheduled shift and there is insufficient work available, he/she is entitled to four (4) hours of work. When no work is available he/she shall receive compensation of four (4) hours pay at the straight time rate.
  (3) If an employee is directed to report for work on a day of rest or on a designated paid holiday, and there is insufficient work available, he/she shall be entitled to four (4) hours of work at the appropriate overtime rate.  When no work is available, he/she shall receive compensation of four (4) hours pay at the appropriate overtime rate.
  (4) If an employee is directed to report for work outside of his/her regularly scheduled hours, he/she shall be paid the greater of:
    (a) compensation at the appropriate overtime rate; or
    (b) compensation equivalent to four (4) hours pay at the straight time rate.
  (5) An employee who receives pay under this Article is not entitled to pay under Article 26 –Call-Back Pay or Article 29 – Standby.