8 The agreement itself applied from the outset a practice of negotiating multi-year wage agreements. This was a series of three-year comparisons from: 1997-2006 and 2006 to 2009 However, at the time of the 2009 negotiations, the economy and construction were in serious recession and a base rate increase of 1.5% was agreed for 2009 and January 2013. , the minimum rate of craft per hour. A further 2% increase was agreed from January 2013, bringing the minimum rate for crafts to one hour. In November 2013, it was agreed that there would be no increase in January 2014, but that there would be a 3% increase in June 2014, bringing the minimum rate for crafts to one hour and 3% in June 2015, bringing the minimum rate for crafts to one hour. The agreed new rates are included in Schedule 4. The next round of negotiations is due to take place at the end of 2015 to agree tariffs from June WR1 fees at basic and additional tariffs This is the engine room of the agreement that has established 6 classes ranging from crafts to the top to the general operational end with 4 average ratings, called qualification rate. Perhaps these could be better qualified as learned phrases. 6 17 If an activist has worked 5 full shifts in one week and is required to work an additional position, the first 8 hours should be paid on that date and half plus 121.2% of work allowance posted for the first 8 hours of the shift. For example, an activist who works 6 days a week and a basic hourly rate should be paid per hour plus 1.25 per hour for the first 8 hours, i.e. per hour. If the activist is to work an additional position (a seventh day in a week), then payment must be made twice an hour, but without additional post.
In reality, WR6 is one of the least used rules in the CIJC agreement, but one of the most complex. The rule is that employers and workers can agree on alternative shift work schemes and pay rates when flexibility is essential to the completion of work in each workplace or workplace. Employers who use this rule can consult the employer`s secretary about the flexibility available. WR7 Night work A night worker is defined as a worker who works at least 3 hours of his or her daily working time between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. most often. Therefore, a person who occasionally works at night would not be considered a night worker who spends at least 50% of his or her night work time for the purposes of the CYOC`s labour agreement or the working time regime.