(a) if the Parties have not reached an agreement within ninety (90) days of receipt of the Organization`s proposal, either Party may submit the matter to final and binding arbitration in accordance with this Section. (c) From 1 January 1979, subject to the scope of the collective agreements held by the organisations which signed the leave contract of 29 April 1949 and have nine years or more of uninterrupted service time in the employed airline, every worker shall be entitled to three weeks` annual leave for consideration or consideration if, during the previous calendar year, the worker is on duty under plan agreements it is held by the organizations that signed the month of April. 29, 1949 Leave contract in the amount of one hundred and sixty (160) basic days in miles or hours paid according to schedules and during the nine years of continuous service mentioned below, provides a service of at least fourteen hundred and forty (1440) base days in miles or hours paid according to individual schedules. Within sixty (sixty) days of the date of this Agreement, a committee composed of two members representing carriers and two members of the Party representing the United Transport Union shall be established to further examine and formulate standard disciplinary rules and procedures. The Signatories to this Agreement shall insist that the recommendations of the Committee be adopted by the Railway Parties. (h) A worker returning to rail traffic under this Article shall be treated as an “unprotected” trainer for the duration of the movement of trains resulting from the exercise of the rights conferred below, which are not entitled to any form of payment (including guarantees, contributions of productivity funds, allowances and arbitrariness) or benefits granted by “protected” exporters under existing crew agreements or the General Adjustment Committee (GCA) negotiates agreements for all inhabitants under the jurisdiction of the ACA. Our GCA is SMART-TD GCA 225. This committee is responsible for negotiating agreements for all former CNW communities. These include terminals in Adams Wisconsin, Clinton Iowa, Butler Wisconsin, Chicago, IL, etc. (c) Nothing in this Section 2 is intended to impose restrictions with respect to the operation of road trains with disabilities or those bound by the Hours of Service Act beyond the 15 miles of road service areas developed under that Section, where there were no restrictions prior to the date of this Agreement. (a) industrial transportation service areas are limited to a distance not exceeding 10 (10) miles or access to the latter sector, whichever is the weaker. The distances indicated here shall be calculated from the switching limits existing at the time of this Agreement, unless the parties on individual lands can agree otherwise. A-5: This national agreement does not apply in any way to this situation and does not affect other agreements that may apply in this respect.
F-10: Is the carrier right to assert that the amendment to Article IX, Section 1, of the National Agreement of 27 January 1972, which provides for direct pick-up and/or at intermediate points on the way, is repealed by the savings clause contained in Section 2, which states: “Nothing in this section. imposes restrictions. where before. This Agreement has not been limited and therefore allows the carrier to require en route crews to carry out pick-ups and/or breaks at intermediate points other than those being carried out? A-8: Yes, subject to the provisions of the agreement on the operation of the consolidated terminal. . . .