No. It plainly says part time CURRENTLY EARNING less than $13 will receive increase to at least that. If the GWI added to the employees CURRENT RATE exceeds $13 you will receive the higher wage. Its all based off of what you earn currently. If you earn $13 or more currently you will get the GWI, if you making $12.30 or less you will get $13 flat. The skill pay tier no longer will be a thing and your current rate going into the new contract will dictate wether you go up to $13 or get GWI. Very simpleSo then all unskilled part timers will get an extra dollar? I’m just not seeing this language.
Basically, if you are skilled, and making the extra dollar already, you won't lose anything. Their gift to you, is that you get to keep what you already had.(e) Seniority part-time employees who are receiving an hourly rate higher than set forth above in Section (b), as a result of a Market Rate Adjustment, shall not have their hourly rate reduced due to the implementation of this Article.
They will both get the same GWI. Both $18.70Oh Mike you realize there are skilled part timers making more than that? So what will a current unskilled part timer making $18 an hour make and a current skilled part timer making $18. Let’s see the language, not talking about those at $13 and under.
They are not removing skill pay. They are removing the term "skilled or unskilled pay" going forward into the next contract. Thats what you are not understanding. Your current rate will be your current rate regardless if you were making $18 skilled or $18 unskilled. They will both just be making $18.Then there is red circle language, how could they remove skill pay and unskilled and skilled stay the same? Mathematically impossible
Guess so. But to be fair they could have worked the skilled job for the extra dollar if they wanted it while it was available. Also could say going forward its not cool that new people working preload will make the same as the other shifts. Oh wellNo I get it, and it’s absurd as I pointed out that means an unskilled person with 15 years now that moves to skilled will be a dollar short of a current skilled person with exact same seniority date and exact same job. Not cool
if u got it, you will keep it. Your grandfathered insome are saying current loaders that are getting skilled pay will be red circled, can someone that is saying that point me to the language of red circling? Looks to me like a bunch of part timers could get a decrease in pay instead of a catch up raise.