Operational Services Group (SV) - Table 2



Appendix D

Heating, Power and Stationary Plant
Group Specific Provisions and Rates of Pay

Notwithstanding the general provisions of this collective agreement, the following specific provisions shall apply to employees performing duties in the Heating, Power and Stationary Plant Group.

Interpretation and Definitions

1.01 For the purpose of this Agreement:

  1. "daily rate of pay" means the employee's hourly rate of pay multiplied by the employee's normal number of hours of work per day;
  2. "weekly rate of pay" means the employee's daily rate of pay multiplied by five (5);
  3. "annual rate of pay" means the employee's weekly rate of pay multiplied by fifty-two decimal one seven six (52.176).

Hours of Work

2.01 For the purpose of this article:

  1. When an employee's scheduled shift does not commence and end on the same day, such shift shall be deemed for all purposes to have been entirely worked:
    1. on the day it commenced where half (1/2) or more of the hours worked fall on that day,
      or
    2. on the day it terminates where more than half (1/2) of the hours worked fall on that day.
    Accordingly, the first (1st) day of rest will be deemed to start immediately after midnight of the calendar day on which the employee worked or is deemed to have worked his or her last scheduled shift; and the second (2nd) day of rest will start immediately after midnight of the employee's first day of rest, or immediately after midnight of an intervening designated paid holiday if days of rest are separated thereby.
  2. The Employer, shall endeavour, as a matter of policy, to give an employee at least two (2) consecutive days of rest at a time. Such two (2) consecutive days of rest may be separated by a designated paid holiday, and the consecutive days of rest may be in separate calendar weeks.

2.02 Within five (5) days of notification of consultation served by either party, the Alliance shall notify the Employer in writing of the representative authorized to act on behalf of the Alliance for consultation purposes.

2.03 When hours of work are scheduled for employees on a regular basis, they shall be scheduled so that employees:

  1. on a weekly basis, work forty (40) hours and five (5) days per week,
    and
  2. on a daily basis, work eight (8) hours per day.

2.04 When, because of the operational requirements of the service, hours of work are scheduled for employees on a rotating or irregular basis:

  1. they shall be scheduled so that employees:
    1. on a weekly basis, work an average of forty (40) hours and an average of five (5) days per week,
      and
    2. on a daily basis, work eight (8) hours per day;
  2. every reasonable effort shall be made by the Employer:
    1. not to schedule the commencement of a shift within eight (8) hours of the completion of the employee's previous shift,
      and
    2. to avoid excessive fluctuations in hours of work.

2.05 Twelve (12) Hour Shifts and Other Variable Hours of Work

  1. Notwithstanding the provisions of this article, employees with the approval of the Employer, may complete their weekly hours of employment in a period other than five (5) full days provided that over a period to be determined by the Employer, employees work an average of forty (40) hours per week. In every such period employees shall be granted days of rest on days not scheduled as normal work days for them.
  2. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Agreement, the implementation of any variation in hours shall not result in any additional overtime work or additional payment by reason only of such variation, nor shall it be deemed to prohibit the right of the Employer to schedule any hours of work permitted by the terms of this Agreement.
  3. Any special arrangement, including twelve (12) hour shifts, may be at the request of either party and must be mutually agreed between the Employer and the majority of employees affected and shall apply to all employees at the work unit.

General

3.01 An employee's scheduled hours of work shall not be construed as guaranteeing the employee minimum or maximum hours of work.

3.02

  1. The Employer agrees that, before a schedule of working hours is changed, the change will be discussed with the appropriate steward of the Alliance if the change will affect a majority of the employees governed by the schedule.
  2. Upon request from the local Alliance representative(s), the parties will meet to review existing hours of work. The Employer will review with the local Alliance representative(s) any change in hours of work which the Employer proposes to institute, when such change will affect the majority of the employees governed by the schedule. In all cases following such reviews, the Employer will, where practical, accommodate such employee representations as may have been conveyed by the Alliance representative(s) during the meeting. By mutual agreement, in writing, the Employer and the local Alliance representative(s) may waive the application of clause 4.04.

3.03 Provided sufficient advance notice is given and with the approval of the Employer, employees may exchange shifts if there is no increase in cost to the Employer.

3.04

  1. Schedules of hours of work, which cover the normal work requirements, shall be posted by the Employer at least fifteen (15) calendar days in advance of the starting date of the new schedule. The Employer shall, where practical, arrange schedules which will remain in effect for periods of not less than twenty-eight (28) calendar days;
  2. when an employee is required to change his or her position on the schedule without seven (7) calendar days' notice in advance of the starting time of the change he or she shall be paid for the first (1st), changed shift which he or she works at the rate of time and one-half (1 1/2). Subsequent shifts worked, as part of the change, shall be paid for at straight time subject to the overtime provisions of this agreement.

3.05 An employee is entitled to overtime compensation for each completed fifteen (15) minute period of overtime worked by the employee.

3.06

  1. Overtime shall be compensated in cash, except where upon request of an employee and with the approval of the Employer, overtime shall be compensated by leave with pay.
  2. The Employer shall grant compensatory leave at times convenient to both the employee and the Employer.
  3. If any above leave with pay earned cannot be liquidated by the end of a twelve (12) month period, to be determined by the Employer, then payment in cash will be made at the employee's then current rate of pay.

Reporting Pay

4.01 An employee who reports for work on the employee's scheduled shift shall be paid for the time actually worked, or a minimum of four (4) hours' pay at straight time, whichever is the greater.

4.02

  1. An employee who reports for work as directed on a day of rest shall be paid for the time actually worked, or a minimum of three (3) hours' pay at the applicable overtime rate, whichever is the greater.
  2. the minimum payment referred to in paragraph (a), does not apply to part-time employees. Part-time employees will receive a minimum payment in accordance with 59.05 of this agreement.

Shift Premium

5.01 An employee working on a twelve (12) hour shift schedule shall receive a shift premium of two dollars ($2.00) per hour for all hours worked between 4 p.m. and 8 a.m. The shift premium will not be paid for hours worked between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.


**Annex A
HP - Heating, Power and Stationary
Plant Operation Group
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


HP-1 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 19.69 20.13 20.55
A) August 5, 2011 20.03 20.48 20.91
B) August 5, 2012 20.33 20.79 21.22
C) August 5, 2013 20.74 21.21 21.64

HP-2 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.53 22.04 22.53
A) August 5, 2011 21.91 22.43 22.92
B) August 5, 2012 22.24 22.77 23.26
C) August 5, 2013 22.68 23.23 23.73

HP-3 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.44 24.01 24.61
A) August 5, 2011 23.85 24.43 25.04
B) August 5, 2012 24.21 24.80 25.42
C) August 5, 2013 24.69 25.30 25.93

HP-4 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.31 27.01 27.65
A) August 5, 2011 26.77 27.48 28.13
B) August 5, 2012 27.17 27.89 28.55
C) August 5, 2013 27.71 28.45 29.12

HP-5 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.35 29.04 29.76
A) August 5, 2011 28.85 29.55 30.28
B) August 5, 2012 29.28 29.99 30.73
C) August 5, 2013 29.87 30.59 31.34

HP-6 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5
$) August 5, 2010 28.46 29.24 29.97 30.73 31.53
A) August 5, 2011 28.96 29.75 30.49 31.27 32.08
B) August 5, 2012 29.39 30.20 30.95 31.74 32.56
C) August 5, 2013 29.98 30.80 31.57 32.37 33.21

HP-7 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5
$) August 5, 2010 30.88 31.70 32.57 33.40 34.31
A) August 5, 2011 31.42 32.25 33.14 33.98 34.91
B) August 5, 2012 31.89 32.73 33.64 34.49 35.43
C) August 5, 2013 32.53 33.38 34.31 35.18 36.14

HP-8 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5
$) August 5, 2010 33.16 34.06 34.99 35.88 36.84
A) August 5, 2011 33.74 34.66 35.60 36.51 37.48
B) August 5, 2012 34.25 35.18 36.13 37.06 38.04
C) August 5, 2013 34.94 35.88 36.85 37.80 38.80

HP-9 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5
$) August 5, 2010 35.14 36.16 37.23 38.29 39.43
A) August 5, 2011 35.75 36.79 37.88 38.96 40.12
B) August 5, 2012 36.29 37.34 38.45 39.54 40.72
C) August 5, 2013 37.02 38.09 39.22 40.33 41.53

Pay Notes

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Pay Increments

    1. The pay increment date for an indeterminate employee shall be the anniversary of the employee's appointment.
    2. The increment period for indeterminate employees paid in these scales of rates, is one (1) year.
    3. The pay increment period for term employees is fifty‑two (52) weeks. A pay increment shall be to the next rate in the scale of rates.
    4. An employee appointed to a term position shall receive an increment after having reached fifty-two (52) weeks of cumulative service. For the purpose of defining when a determinate employee will be entitled to go the next salary increment, "cumulative" means all service, whether continuous or discontinuous within the core public administration at the same occupational group and level.

Pay Adjustment

  1. An employee shall, on the relevant effective dates of adjustments to rates of pay be paid in A, B or C scale of rates at the rate shown immediately below his former rate.

Annex B
HP Inmate Training Differential

The entitlement to the differential will be determined in accordance with terms and conditions of this Annex based upon the continuing responsibility that the incumbent HP assumes for the training of inmates in terms of the nature of the training responsibility and the number of inmates trained. Occasional training responsibility, such as that assumed during absence of a staff member on annual or sick leave will not to be considered.

The degree coordinates assigned to a position will determine the differential that will be applied to the basic rate of pay for the position.

The Inmate Training Differential is, thus, to be determined in the following manner:

  1. determine the rate of pay according to level;
  2. determine the Inmate Training Differential by multiplying the applicable Inmate Training Differential Percentage by the rate of pay;
  3. the rate of pay of the HP is then determined by adding the inmate-training differential to the rate of pay as set out in Annex A.

Inmate Training Differential

Inmate Training
Co-ordinates
Inmate Training Differential as a
Percentage of Basic Rate
A1 4.0
A2 6.0
B1 7.0
B2 9.0
B3 11.0
C1 10.0
C2 12.0
C3 14.0
D1 13.0
D2 15.0
D3 17.0
E1 16.0
E2 18.0
E3 20.0

Appendix E

Hospital Services Group -
Specific Provisions and Rates of Pay

Notwithstanding the general provisions of this collective agreement, the following specific provisions shall apply to employees performing duties in the Hospital Services Group.

Hours of Work

1.01 Hours of Work

When hours of work are scheduled for employees on a regular basis, they shall be scheduled so that employees:

  1. on a weekly basis, work thirty-seven decimal five (37.5) hours and five (5) days per week;
    and
  2. on a daily basis, work seven decimal five (7.5) hours per day.

1.02 When, because of the operational requirements of the service, hours of work are scheduled for employees on a rotating or irregular basis, they shall be scheduled so that employees work an average of thirty-seven decimal five (37.5) hours per week and either:

  1. seven decimal five (7.5) hours per day and an average of five (5) days per week,
    or
  2. upon the request of the majority of the employees affected and with the concurrence of the Employer, an average of seven decimal five (7.5) hours per day provided no shift in excess of twelve (12) hours is involved.

1.03 Notwithstanding clause 2.02, the commencement and/or end of each shift, may be varied by fifteen (15) minutes to provide for the continuity and/or, an appropriate length of the meal period.

1.04

  1. When scheduling hours of work. The Employer shall consider the wishes of the majority of employees concerned in the arrangement of shifts within a shift schedule.
  2. Every reasonable effort shall be made by the Employer:
    1. not to schedule the commencement of a shift within eight (8) hours of the completion of the employee's previous shift,
      and
    2. to avoid excessive fluctuation in hours of work,
      and
    3. to schedule hours of work so that the work schedule shall provide an employee with one (1) weekend (Saturday and Sunday) off duty for each three (3) week period and where possible the schedule may provide an employee with every second (2nd) weekend off duty,
    4. not to schedule more than eight (8) consecutive days of work unless otherwise requested by the employees,
    5. to schedule at least two (2) consecutive days of rest at a time. Such two (2) consecutive days of rest may be separated by a designated paid holiday.

1.05 The Employer shall schedule hours of work for all employees. Working schedules shall be posted at least fifteen (15) days in advance of the starting date of the new schedule, and the Employer shall, where practical, arrange schedules which will remain in effect for a period of not less than twenty-eight (28) calendar days. Shifts shall be allocated on an equitable basis amongst employees governed by the same schedule.

1.06 An employee's scheduled hours of work shall not be construed as guaranteeing the employee minimum or maximum hours of work.

1.07 If an employee is given less than seven (7) days advance notice of a change in his or her shift schedule, he or she will receive a premium rate of time and one half (1 1/2) for work performed on the first (1st) shift changed. Subsequent shifts worked on the new schedule shall be paid for at the hourly rate of pay.

1.08 The Employer agrees that before a schedule of working hours is changed, the change will be discussed with the appropriate Steward of the Alliance if the change will affect a majority of the employees governed by the schedule.

1.09 Provided sufficient advance notice is given and with the approval of the Employer, employees may exchange shifts if there is no increase in cost to the Employer.

1.10 Rest Periods

The Employer will provide two (2) rest periods of fifteen (15) minutes each per full working day except on occasions when operational requirements do not permit.

Overtime

Overtime Compensation

2.01

  1. If an employee is given instructions before the mid point of his or her shift, that he or she will be required to work overtime on that day at a time which is not contiguous to his or her work period, the employee shall be paid for the time actually worked or a minimum of two (2) hours' pay at the employee's hourly rate of pay, whichever is greater.
  2. If an employee is given instructions after the mid point of his or her shift, that he or she will be required to work overtime on that day at a time which is not contiguous to his or her work period, the employee shall be paid for the time actually worked or a minimum of three (3) hours' pay at the employee's hourly rate of pay, whichever is the greater.

Reporting Pay

3.01 An employee who reports for work on his or her scheduled shift shall be paid for the time actually worked, or a minimum of four (4) hours' pay at straight time, whichever is the greater.

3.02

  1. An employee who reports for work as directed on a day of rest shall be paid for the time actually worked, or a minimum of three (3) hours' pay at the applicable overtime rate, whichever is greater.
  2. The minimum payment referred to in paragraph 4.02(a), above, does not apply to part time employees. Part time employees will receive a minimum payment in accordance with 59.05. This minimum also applies when a part-time employee is required to report for work on a non-scheduled workday.

3.03 Time spent by the employee reporting to work or returning to the employee's residence shall not constitute time worked.


**Annex "A"
HS - Hospital Services Group
HDO Sub-Group
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


HS-1 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 19.35 20.18 21.03
A) August 5, 2011 19.69 20.53 21.40
B) August 5, 2012 19.99 20.84 21.72
C) August 5, 2013 20.39 21.26 22.15

HS-2 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.20 22.13 23.05
A) August 5, 2011 21.57 22.52 23.45
B) August 5, 2012 21.89 22.86 23.80
C) August 5, 2013 22.33 23.32 24.28

HS-3 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 22.62 23.61 24.59
A) August 5, 2011 23.02 24.02 25.02
B) August 5, 2012 23.37 24.38 25.40
C) August 5, 2013 23.84 24.87 25.91

HS-4 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.63 24.66 25.69
A) August 5, 2011 24.04 25.09 26.14
B) August 5, 2012 24.40 25.47 26.53
C) August 5, 2013 24.89 25.98 27.06

HS-5 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.86 26.98 28.11
A) August 5, 2011 26.31 27.45 28.60
B) August 5, 2012 26.70 27.86 29.03
C) August 5, 2013 27.23 28.42 29.61

HS-6 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.58 27.73 28.89
A) August 5, 2011 27.05 28.22 29.40
B) August 5, 2012 27.46 28.64 29.84
C) August 5, 2013 28.01 29.21 30.44

HS-7 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.79 29.01 30.22
A) August 5, 2011 28.28 29.52 30.75
B) August 5, 2012 28.70 29.96 31.21
C) August 5, 2013 29.27 30.56 31.83

HS-8 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 29.03 30.29 31.56
A) August 5, 2011 29.54 30.82 32.11
B) August 5, 2012 29.98 31.28 32.59
C) August 5, 2013 30.58 31.91 33.24

HS-9 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 31.87 33.25 34.64
A) August 5, 2011 32.43 33.83 35.25
B) August 5, 2012 32.92 34.34 35.78
C) August 5, 2013 33.58 35.03 36.50

HS-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 33.50 34.96 36.41
A) August 5, 2011 34.09 35.57 37.05
B) August 5, 2012 34.60 36.10 37.61
C) August 5, 2013 35.29 36.82 38.36

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Pay Notes

  1. Pay Increments
    1. The pay increment date for an indeterminate employee appointed to a position in the Hospital Services Group prior to August 5, 2009 shall be August 5th.
    2. The pay increment date for an indeterminate employee appointed to a position in the Hospital Services on or after August 5, 2009 shall be the anniversary date such an appointment.
    3. The increment period for indeterminate employees paid in these scales of rates, is one (1) year.
    4. On August 4th 2011, any employees who were on strength as of August 5th 2009, who are not at the maximum rate of pay, shall move to the maximum rate.
    5. The pay increment period for term employees is fifty‑two (52) weeks. A pay increment shall be to the next rate in the scale of rates.
    6. An employee appointed to a term position shall receive an increment after having reached fifty‑two (52) weeks of cumulative service. For the purpose of defining when a determinate employee will be entitled to go the next salary increment, "cumulative" means all service, whether continuous or discontinuous within the core public administration at the same occupational group and level.

HS - Hospital Services Group
PHS Sub-Group
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


HS-1 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 18.40 19.19 20.00
A) August 5, 2011 18.72 19.53 20.35
B) August 5, 2012 19.00 19.82 20.66
C) August 5, 2013 19.38 20.22 21.07

HS-2 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 20.24 21.13 22.01
A) August 5, 2011 20.59 21.50 22.40
B) August 5, 2012 20.90 21.82 22.74
C) August 5, 2013 21.32 22.26 23.19

HS-3 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 22.11 23.08 24.04
A) August 5, 2011 22.50 23.48 24.46
B) August 5, 2012 22.84 23.83 24.83
C) August 5, 2013 23.30 24.31 25.33

HS-4 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.85 24.88 25.92
A) August 5, 2011 24.27 25.32 26.37
B) August 5, 2012 24.63 25.70 26.77
C) August 5, 2013 25.12 26.21 27.31

HS-5 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.01 27.15 28.28
A) August 5, 2011 26.47 27.63 28.77
B) August 5, 2012 26.87 28.04 29.20
C) August 5, 2013 27.41 28.60 29.78

HS-6 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.25 28.43 29.62
A) August 5, 2011 27.73 28.93 30.14
B) August 5, 2012 28.15 29.36 30.59
C) August 5, 2013 28.71 29.95 31.20

HS-7 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.14 29.36 30.59
A) August 5, 2011 28.63 29.87 31.13
B) August 5, 2012 29.06 30.32 31.60
C) August 5, 2013 29.64 30.93 32.23

HS-8 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 30.50 31.82 33.15
A) August 5, 2011 31.03 32.38 33.73
B) August 5, 2012 31.50 32.87 34.24
C) August 5, 2013 32.13 33.53 34.92

HS-9 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 33.35 34.80 36.26
A) August 5, 2011 33.93 35.41 36.89
B) August 5, 2012 34.44 35.94 37.44
C) August 5, 2013 35.13 36.66 38.19

HS-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 35.01 36.53 38.05
A) August 5, 2011 35.62 37.17 38.72
B) August 5, 2012 36.15 37.73 39.30
C) August 5, 2013 36.87 38.48 40.09

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Pay Notes

  1. Pay Increments
    1. The pay increment date for an indeterminate employee appointed to a position in the Hospital Services Group prior to August 5, 2009 shall be August 5th.
    2. The pay increment date for an indeterminate employee appointed to a position in the Hospital Services Group on or after August 5, 2009 shall be the anniversary date such an appointment.
    3. The increment period for indeterminate employees paid in these scales of rates, is one (1) year.
    4. On August 4th 2011, any employees who were on strength as of August 5th 2009, who are not at the maximum rate of pay, shall move to the maximum rate.
    5. The pay increment period for term employees is fifty‑two (52) weeks. A pay increment shall be to the next rate in the scale of rates.
    6. An employee appointed to a term position shall receive an increment after having reached fifty‑two (52) weeks of cumulative service. For the purpose of defining when a determinate employee will be entitled to go the next salary increment, "cumulative" means all service, whether continuous or discontinuous within the core public administration at the same occupational group and level.

Annex B
Supervisory Differential

Supervisory Level Supervisory
Co-ordinates
Supervisory Differential as a
Percentage of Basic Rate
1 A1 4.0
2 B2 6.0
3 B3, C2 8.5
4 B4, C3, D2 11.5
5 B5, C4, D3 14.5
6 B6, C5, D4 17.5
7 C6, D5 20.5
8 D6 23.5

The Supervisory Differential is to be used in the following manner:

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  1. determine the non‑supervisory rate of pay according to level;
  2. determine the Supervisory Differential by multiplying the applicable Supervisory Differential Percentage by the non‑supervisory rate of pay;
  3. determine the supervisory rate of pay by adding the non‑supervisory rate of pay with the Supervisory Differential.

For example, an employee on August 5, 2011, at the maximum of level 5 (HDO) and a Supervisory Coordinate C3, would receive a basic rate of pay of twenty‑eight dollars and sixty cents ($28.60) as per Annex A. The Supervisory Differential of three dollars and twenty‑nine cents ($3.29) is arrived by multiplying the Supervisory Differential Percentage of eleven decimal five per cent (11.5%) (C3) by the basic rate of pay (non‑supervisory). Therefore in this case the applicable supervisory rate of pay would be thirty‑one dollars and eight‑nine cents ($31.89).




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