A worker who is recalled from his leave is paid twice (2x) of his standard rate for all hours worked. At the end of the work to which the employee has been recalled, the employee may resume and complete the remainder of the scheduled days of leave or, by mutual agreement, postpone unused leave to a later date. If a supervisor or designated employer does not respond within the prescribed time frame, the union has the right to take the next step. The abovementioned time limits may be extended by mutual agreement. Members and stewards should be aware that this draft collective agreement may contain errors and omissions that will be corrected in the coming months when the agreement is concluded and printed. Once the print version is complete, employers are responsible for distributing collective agreements to all employees covered by HSPBA. If you are not sure which agreement covers your work, contact us. When a worker has relevant work experience outside the HSAS bargaining unit and obtains employment with an employer within ninety (90) days of the termination of her former employer, she shall provide the union, upon request, with copies of current job descriptions. A copy of the new or revised job descriptions, including the proposed titles and rates of pay, shall be provided by the SAHO and Union employer at least thirty (30) days prior to each necessary secondment. Titles and rates of pay shall be subject to negotiations between the Union and SAHO, representing the employer, for each new occupational category/classification/post and any reclassification of an existing category/classification/post.