During each twenty-eight (28) day accounting period, the establishment shall deduct from the paycheque of each resident the union dues and membership fees set by the association, or an equivalent amount, and shall remit such amount to the association within the first fifteen (15) days of the following accounting period.
The same shall apply to vacation pay and retroactive pay amounts.
Information given to the federation
With each remittance, the establishment shall include a voucher indicating the following information:
a) names of residents for whom dues have been deducted, in alphabetical order;
b) address in full;
c) social insurance number;
d) residency level;
e) chief resident or assistant chief resident status, where applicable;
f) amount of regular salary paid;
g) any other amounts paid;*
h) deductions at source;
i) employee number;
j) hiring and departure date;
k) amount of call responsibility premium;
l) amount of teaching responsibility premium.
*For the purposes of subparagraph g) alone, it is understood that this signifies only payment of accumulated unused sick days, maternity leave allowances, salary insurance benefits and adoption leave benefits.
When the association requests a special deduction, the establishment shall deduct it in one or more consecutive instalments, as determined by the association, within thirty (30) days of receipt of a notice to this effect and shall remit it within the period specified in Article 6.01. The establishment and the association may agree upon any other procedure for deduction or remittance.
Any amount assessed by the establishment which has not been paid at the expiry of the timeframe specified in Articles 6.01 and 6.03 shall be subject to an annual rate of interest equal to the Bank of Canada’s discount rate in force at the expiry of the aforementioned timeframe, plus one and one-half percent (1½%) beginning the 30th day after expiry of said timeframe.