Where practicable, the employee shall receive in writing a minimum of one (1) working day’s notice of such a meeting. 20.10 Payments referred to in clause 20.05 shall be compensated in cash except where, upon request of an employee and with the approval of the Employer, they may be compensated in equivalent leave with pay to be administered in accordance with paragraph 28.14(b) of this agreement. 28.03 For employees who work on a rotating or irregular basis: Accordingly, the first day of rest will be considered to start immediately after midnight of the calendar day on which the employee worked or is considered to have worked the employee’s last scheduled shift; and the second 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. An employee subject to subparagraphs (i) or (ii) who has not, at the end of the vacation year, used the excess annual vacation leave required to be liquidated shall be paid at the employee’s daily rate of pay as calculated from the classification prescribed in the employee’s certificate of appointment of the employee’s substantive position on the last day of the vacation year, for that portion of the twenty per cent (20%) of excess annual leave which was not used. Where an employee has or will have the actual care and custody of a newborn child (including the newborn child of a common-law partner), the employee shall, upon request, be granted parental leave without pay for either: a single period of up to thirty-seven (37) consecutive weeks in the fifty-two (52) week period (standard option), a single period of up to sixty-three (63) consecutive weeks in the seventy-eight (78) week period (extended option). 18.02 The Master may, whenever he or she deems it advisable, require any employee to participate in lifeboat or other emergency drills without the payment of overtime. The personal learning plan will be reviewed and updated on an annual basis at the employee’s request. The Employer will make a reasonable effort to transfer the incumbent to a position having a level equivalent to that of the former group and/or level of the position. does not resume employment with the Employer on completion of the course. 13.01 Unless otherwise specified by the Employer as being in an area that could represent a conflict of interest, employees shall not be restricted in engaging in other employment outside the hours they are required to work for the Employer. Notwithstanding the above, in clause 21.02 (bereavement leave with pay), a “day” will mean a calendar day. 45.02 Membership dues referred to in Article 10: check-off, of this collective agreement are specifically excluded as reimbursable fees under this article. 14.09 Where an employee has asked or is obliged to be represented by the Association in relation to the presentation of a grievance and an employee acting on behalf of the Association wishes to discuss the grievance with that employee, the employee and the representative of the employee will, where operational requirements permit, be given reasonable leave with pay for this purpose when the discussion takes place in his or her headquarters area and reasonable leave without pay when it takes place outside his or her headquarters area. 30.01 For the purposes of this agreement, travelling time is compensated for only in the circumstances and to the extent provided for in this article. In the case of denial, alteration or cancellation of such leave, the Employer shall give the written reason thereof, upon written request from the employee. An employee may elect to carry over into the next fiscal year up to a maximum of thirty-seven decimal five (37.5) hours of unused compensatory leave. Year 2: Retroactive lump sum payment equal to year 1 increases plus a 2% economic increase and a 0.2% wage adjustment for a compounded total of 5.082%. Second or subsequent day of rest means the second or subsequent day in an unbroken series of consecutive and contiguous calendar days of rest. If an employee has, in respect of any matter, availed himself or herself of a complaint procedure established by a policy of the Employer, the Association may not include that employee as one on whose behalf it presents a group grievance in respect of that matter if the policy expressly provides that an employee who avails himself or herself of the complaint procedure is precluded from participating in a group grievance under this article. The Association may have up to ten (10) days after the presentation of the grievance to submit to the Employer the written consent of each of the employees concerned in the form provided for by the regulations. Leave granted under this clause shall be counted for the calculation of “continuous employment” for the purpose of calculating severance pay and “service” for the purpose of calculating vacation leave. The Employer shall grant leave with pay under the following circumstances: to take a family member for medical or dental appointments, or for appointments with school authorities or adoption agencies, if the supervisor was notified of the appointment as far in advance as possible; to provide for the immediate and temporary care of a sick member of the employee’s family and to provide an employee with time to make alternate care arrangements where the illness is of a longer duration; to provide for the immediate and temporary care of an elderly member of the employee’s family; for needs directly related to the birth or to the adoption of the employee’s child. An employee shall notify the Employer in writing as far in advance as possible but not less than four (4) weeks in advance of the commencement date of such leave, unless, because of urgent or unforeseeable circumstances, such notice cannot be given. The maximum life of a schedule shall be fifty-two (52) weeks. where an employee on parental leave without pay as described in subparagraphs 21.06(a)(ii) and (b)(ii), has elected to receive extended Employment Insurance parental benefits and is subject to a waiting period before receiving Employment Insurance parental benefits, fifty-five decimal eight per cent (55.8%) of his or her weekly rate of pay (and the recruitment and retention “terminable allowance” if applicable) for the waiting period, less any other monies earned during this period; for each week the employee receives parental benefits under the Employment Insurance, he or she is eligible to receive the difference between fifty-five decimal eight per cent (55.8%) of his or her weekly rate (and the recruitment and retention “terminable allowance” if applicable) and the parental benefit, less any other monies earned during this period which may result in a decrease in his or her parental benefits to which he or she would have been eligible if no extra monies had been earned during this period; where an employee has received the full sixty-one (61) weeks of parental benefits under the Employment Insurance and thereafter remains on parental leave without pay, he or she is eligible to receive a further parental allowance for a period of one (1) week, fifty-five decimal eight per cent (55.8%) of his or her weekly rate of pay (and the recruitment and retention “terminable allowance” if applicable) for each week, less any other monies earned during this period, unless said employee has already received the one (1) week of allowance contained in subparagraph 21.04(c)(iii) for the same child. If by reason of 16.02(a) a level in the grievance procedure is waived, no other level shall be waived except by mutual agreement. The maximum life of a schedule shall be six (6) months. 19.05 In the event of termination of employment for reasons other than incapacity, death or lay-off, the Employer shall recover from any monies owed the employee an amount equivalent to unearned vacation and sick leave taken by the employee, as calculated from the classification prescribed in the employee’s certificate of appointment on the date of the termination of the employee’s employment. Where an employee’s scheduled shift does not commence and end on the same day, such shift shall be considered for all purposes to have been entirely worked: on the day it commenced where half or more of the hours worked fall on that day. An employee may be granted education leave without pay for varying periods up to one (1) year, which can be renewed by mutual agreement, to attend a recognized institution for additional or special studies in some field of education in which special preparation is needed to enable the employee to fill his or her present role more adequately, or to undertake studies in some field in order to provide a service which the Employer requires or is planning to provide. When approval for publication is withheld, the author shall be so informed. 10.05 No employee organization, as defined in section 2 of the FPSLRA, other than the Association, shall be permitted to have membership dues and/or other monies deducted by the Employer from the pay of employees in the bargaining unit.