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Basic Agreement
Letter 33: Multiple Assignments

Item 33 - Multiple Assignments

It is understood that a multiple assignment is defined as the assigning of one (1) employee to a vacancy consisting of more than one (1) distinctly classified job under the following circumstances:

  1. Where the jobs making up the multiple assignment are generally performed sequentially rather than concurrently (e.g. operating a nail tumbler then a bluer involves sequential duties, while operating a lift truck and "hand bombing" involves simultaneous duties);

  2. Where the division of work assignments is distinct enough to be capable of a proper division of wages.

Multiple Assignment Job B is an example of such principles.

The Company will not introduce new multiple assignments inconsistent with these principles and the Union will not withhold consent under Item 20 where a proposed multiple assignment confirms these principles.

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