Rolls-Royce Canada

Lachine, Que. (630 production employees) and International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW), Local Lodge 869

Renewal agreement: Effective March 20, 2016, to March 19, 2020. Signed on July 11, 2016. 
Wage adjustments: 
Effective March 20, 2016: 2.75%
Effective March 19, 2017: 2.75%
Effective March 18, 2018: 2.75%
Effective March 17, 2019: 3%
Shift premium: Continuous coverage schedule between shifts: $150 per day for those workers who worked these shifts, $100 for those who didn’t. Evening shift: $1.10 per hour. Night shift: $1.05 per hour.
Paid holidays: 12 days, plus 1 floater day for the Christmas period. 
Vacations with pay: 1 day for each month worked, maximum 10 days to start, 2 weeks or 4% after 1 year, 3 weeks or 6% after 3 years, 3 weeks + 1 day or 6.4% after 5 years, 4 weeks or 8% after 9 years, 4 weeks + 1 day or 8.4% after 10 years, 4 weeks + 2 days or 8.8% after 12 years, 4 weeks + 3 days or 9.2% after 14 years, 4 weeks + 4 days or 9.6% after 16 years, 5 years or 10% after 18 years, 5 weeks + 1 days or 10.4% after 20 years, 6 weeks or 12% after 25 years. During the year an employee reaches his 30th, 35th, 40th, 45th and 50th year of service, employee will receive 1 extra day during that year only.
Overtime: 1.75 pay for all hours worked after 40 hours (day and evening shifts); 34 hours (night shifts); 30 hours (weekend shifts). Time may be banked with no maximum, but must be paid out by Dec. 15 each year.
Meal allowance: $15.50 per shift if employee working at least 1 hour of overtime is not notified during previous shift.
Medical benefits: 50% of premiums paid by employer. 100% of generic prescriptions covered. $1,250 per person per year for laboratory tests; $1,000 per person per year for all combined ultrasounds, X-rays, electrocardiograms, mammograms, thermograms, MRI and tomography (scans).
Dental: 50% of premiums paid by employer. 100% of routine treatment covered, maximum $1,375 per person per year. Major treatment: 80% reimbursement, maximum $2,500 per person, per year. Orthodontic: 75% reimbursement, maximum $2,500 per person, lifetime. 
Vision: $400 every 2 years, 100% coverage of one eye examination every 2 years.
Paramedical: Physiotherapy, osteopath, chiropractic: 100% coverage. Maximum $2,000 per person per year for physiotherapy, additional $5,000 coverage if prescribed by physician. Maximum $600 per person per year of combined osteopath, chiropractic coverage.
Weekly indemnity: 50% of premiums paid by employer.
LTD: 100% of premiums paid by employer. 70% of wages covered by plan.
AD&D: 50% of premiums paid by employer.
Life insurance: 50% of premiums paid by employer. Coverage is twice employee’s annual salary.
Pension: Participation in company pension plan (employees hired before March 24, 2013) or member-funded pension plan (employees hired after March 24, 2013) is compulsory.
Bereavement leave: For death of a spouse, common-law spouse, son or daughter: 10 days off for day and evening-shift workers, 8 days for night-shift workers, 6 days for weekend-shift workers. For death of mother or father: 5 days off for day and evening-shift workers, 4 days for night-shift workers, 3 days for weekend-shift workers. If funeral is more than 500 kilometres away, 3 days off to care for children up to the age of 12.
Seniority – recall rights: 18 months if less than 2 years’ seniority, 4 years with more than 2 years’ seniority. 
Call-in pay: Minimum 4 hours’ pay, 1 hour at 1.75 pay for travelling time if not notified the previous day.
Probationary period: 480 hours. 
Mileage: $0.45 per kilometre.
Sample rates of hourly pay (current, after 8.8% increase):
1A (Shop Certification Specialist): $38.51 rising 3 steps to $41.88
1 (machinist class A, sheet metal worker A, fitter A, bench fitter A, welder A, tester A, inspector A, N.D.T. inspector A, plater/processor, spray painter A, heat treater A, electronic technician class A, electrical accessory specialist A, stationary engineman, carpenter A, electrician A, plumber-steam fitter A, plumber A, millwright A, fabricated steel worker A, thermal spray worker A, computer controlled peening operator A): $35.99 rising 3 steps to $39.14
2 (machinist class B, sheet metal worker B, fitter B, bench fitter B, welder B, tester B, inspector B, N.D.T. inspector B, plater/processor, spray painter B, heat treater B, electronic technician class B, electrical accessory specialist B, stationary engineman, carpenter B, electrician B, plumber-steam fitter B, plumber B, millwright B, fabricated steel worker B, thermal spray worker B, computer-controlled peening operator B): $31.46 rising 3 steps to $34.22
3A (storeman A, kitting storeman): $30.03 rising 3 steps to $32.66
3 (polisher B, inspector C, N.D.T. operator C, processor B, spray painter C, storeman B, process controller B, thermal spray worker C): $28.55 rising 3 steps to $31.05
4: $27.24 rising 3 steps to $29.62
5 (labourer): $26.64 rising 3 steps to $28.96
6 (learner): $22.79 rising 3 steps to $24.78
Student: $18
Editor’s notes: On-call pay: Employee assigned to a full-day duty roster will be compensated $20 per day. Cellular reimbursement: An employee on a mobile repair party who has to have a cellular phone will receive a weekly indemnity of $75. 

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