Tyco Integrated Fire & Security Canada

Edmonton | (12 serviceman, installers, inspectors, maintenance employees) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), Local 424

Tyco Integrated Fire & Security Canada
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Renewal agreement: Effective March 7, 2022 to May 15, 2024. Signed on March 7, 2022.

Wage adjustments:

Effective March 7, 2022: 3.5% (for all employees with lengths of service greater than 36 months)

Effective May 14, 2023: 2.75% (for all employees with lengths of service greater than 36 months)

Shift premium: $1.75 per hour when hourly rated employees is selected as acting supervisor. When 3 or more servicemen are working on 1 job site, 1 serviceman will be selected as acting supervisor and paid $1.75 per hour. $1 per hour when employer promotes serviceman 1 employee, who has minimum of 5 years of service, to position of master serviceman. $2.25 per hour for all hours worked outside of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (if employee works majority of hours outside of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on workday, shift differential will apply to entire shift).

Paid holidays: 11 days plus 1 additional holiday (floater).

Vacations with pay: 10 days after 1 year, 15 days after 3 years, 20 days after 10 years, 25 days after 20 years, 26 days after 26 years, 27 days after 27 years, 28 days after 28 years, 29 days after 29 years, 30 days after 30 years for employees who were hired before March 21, 2016. 10 days after 1 year, 15 days after 3 years, 20 days after 10 years, 25 days after 20 years for employees who were hired after March 21, 2016.

Overtime: Time and one-half for all work after daily scheduled shifts; double time after 4 hours of overtime. Double time for all work on employee’s scheduled days off.

Meal allowance: $17 (previously $15) for meal (with receipt) to employee who works 4 or more hours of overtime after regularly scheduled shift, unless employee has received at least 16 hours of notice of overtime prior to regularly scheduled shift (does not apply to employees covered under out-of-town provisions).

Vision: $150 every 2 years (previously $140 every 2 years).

Sick leave: 8 days per year, cannot be carried over from year-to-year.

Bereavement leave: 5 days for death in immediate family (mother, father, sister, brother, husband, wife, child). 3 days for death of mother-in-law, father-in-law, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, grandparents.

Seniority – recall rights: 1 year after layoffs.

Call-in pay: Double time minimum 2 hours of work or pay for same. Employee will be paid from time employee leaves home until employee returns home.

Probationary period: 180 calendar days of employment.

Discipline: Sunset clause is 2 years for all disciplinary letters involving less than suspensions.

Severance: 1 week’s pay for each year of service, after 5 years of service.

Safety shoes: Employer will furnish black safety shoes or black boots to each serviceman 1, serviceman 2, installation helper, maximum $175.

Uniforms/clothing: Employer will furnish employees who are required to wear uniform in performance of duties, with required uniforms.

Mileage: Employees will be paid at per-kilometre rate, minimum $10 per day.

Sample rates of hourly pay (current, after 2.8% increase):

Serviceman 1/assigned installers/assigned inspectors/assigned maintenance

0 to 6 months: $20.25 rising 1 step to $20.81

7 to 12 months: $22.20 rising 1 step to $22.81

13 to 18 months: $24.12 rising 1 step to $24.78

19 to 24 months: $26.04 rising 1 step to $26.76

25 to 30 months: $28.02 rising 1 step to $28.79

31 to 36 months: $29.90 rising 1 step to $30.72

36 months: $32.16 rising 1 step to $33.04

Installation helpers

0 to 6 months: $16.62 rising 1 step to $17.08

7 to 12 months: $18.56 rising 1 step to $19.07

13 to 18 months: $20.47 rising 1 step to $21.04

19 to 24 months: $22.40 rising 1 step to $23.01

25 to 30 months: $23.86 rising 1 step to $24.51

31 to 36 months: $26.24 rising 1 step to $26.96

36 months: $28 $28.77

Editor’s notes: Legal matters: All time spent on legal matters pertaining to employer business on employee’s scheduled day off, will be compensated at time and one half, minimum of 4 hours. Special training: Wherever necessary, employees who cannot attend special training classes on employer time and are requested by employer to attend classes on own time — after working hours or on day off — will be paid at regular hourly rate of pay for all time spent training. Standby pay: 9 hours pay per 7-day rotation for employees who are on call outside of working hours. When employee is called out to perform work, employee will receive pay at overtime rate. Daily meal allowance: $14 for breakfast; $17 for lunch; $24 for dinner; $5 for incidental expenses for work assignments which necessitate employee stay overnight.

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