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ARTICLE 13

CHANGES AFFECTING ASSIGNMENTS

  1. Change In Assignment
        1. Regular assignments will be re-bulletined when any of the following changes are made:
          1. changing the home terminal, layover, or turnaround points;
          2. changing the assigned rest days;
          3. a change that is to remain in effect that alters the bulletined approximate start time more than two and one half (2.5) hours from when the job was a new assignment or change in assignment;
          4. a change that alters the bulletined assigned start time more than two and one half (2.5) hours from when the job was a new assignment or change in assignment;
          5. changing the crew consist.
    1. An assigned crew may be required to protect the change in an assignment through the life of the bulletin with no penalty payment to the ARRC.
  2. Changing The Start Time
    1. When an assignment has a "standing call" and it is necessary to change it less than two and one half (2.5) hours, the crew must be given forty-eight (48) hours notice.
    2. Crews are not required to work a change in the starting time of an assignment if proper notice is not given and will not be subject to discipline. This does not prevent employees from accepting early calls if they so choose.
  3. Abolishing An Assignment
  4. Employees will be notified that an assignment will be discontinued as soon as the ARRC has knowledge that the job will no longer be needed.

  5. Called And Not Used
  6. When employees have been called to report to work at a specified time and the job is cancelled or no work is performed, they will be allowed a minimum of two (2) hours or actual time held at the applicable rate and remain first out. If called and released before leaving home or place called, no allowance will be made, except when called between the hours of 0200 and 0600 hours, employees will be paid one hour at the applicable rate and remain first out.

  7. Call To Work Early
  8. Crews with an assigned starting time called to report to work early may decline without being subject to discipline. This does not prevent employees from accepting early calls if they so choose.

  9. Working Multiple Jobs

Employees who are required to work multiple job classifications during the same shift will be compensated two (2) straight time hours at the highest rate of pay worked during that shift in addition to all other earnings for that shift.

 

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For the ARRC____________________ For the UTU_________________________