Evergreen Collective Agreement

15.7 Health benefits under this agreement apply to career improvement leave, subject to the provisions of the plans, when the teacher decides to maintain the necessary bonuses. These benefits are paid in full by the teacher. 21.2 This agreement applies to and binds the parties and their successors. The parties want these issues to be defined in an agreement on the conditions of employment of the aforementioned teachers. 18.1 Teachers recognize the right of the board of directors to formulate guidelines. The Board of Directors agrees that it will not make any changes to current staff policy and/or working conditions that are not included in the agreement without the matter being addressed in advance by the Political Advisory Committee. The committee consists of the representation of the school board, the function of superintendent, officers and school administrators. 1.6 This collective agreement nullifies all previous collective agreements and related provisions. 6.1 The evaluation of teacher training for salary purposes is determined by a performance statement prepared by the Alberta Teachers` Association`s Teacher Qualification Service, in accordance with the principles and guidelines established by the Teacher Salary Qualifications Board, in accordance with the March 23, 1967 agreement between the Ministry of Education, the Alberta School Board Association and the Alberta Association of Enhancers. 17.3.5 The teacher will, at the employer`s request, execute the documents and agreements deemed necessary or desirable by the employer to implement the provisions of this section 17.3.

15.10 A teacher who is on leave of professional improvement undertakes in writing to resume his duties upon the end of his leave, and he does not resign from the magisterium or resign from the magisterium for a period of at least two (2) years after the resumption of his duties. 20.2 Any difference between a worker covered by this agreement and the Board of Directors or, in the appropriate case, between an ATA representative and the Board with respect to a claim and beyond, including any dispute over whether the difference is arbitral, must be treated as follows, without interruption of work or refusal of work.