XI) concern those agreements. The relevant provisions of the agreements and the issues are as follows: this is a guideline and not a separate agreement between the parties. In the event of a dispute relating to the correct interpretation or application of a leave provision, the conditions of the corresponding leave contract shall apply in the field concerned. A-5: This is an issue that must be determined locally in accordance with existing agreements, rules or practices. (d) As long as a cost-of-living assistance is in force, this allowance applies to the cost of living for time, overtime, leave, leave, special allowances and arbitrariness in the same way as basic salary adjustments have been made in the past. A-4: no; However, the parties agree that the unavailability of bereavement leave should be considered the same as the unavailability of leave and that the first working day before or after the worker`s bereavement leave should be considered the eligible day for leave purposes. (k) – where a worker who has become a member of the United States Armed Forces, in accordance with the Military Service Act of 1967, as amended, returns to the service of the salaried carrier and has not provided compensated service in the calendar year preceding his or her return to rail service or has not provided the service required for leave during the calendar year; but, during the calendar year of his return to rail service, if he had combined, for qualifying purposes, days during which he was in rail service during the preceding calendar year and days of the year in which he was in the armed forces, long leave shall be granted during the calendar year of his return to rail service; for which it could qualify under points (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e) of Section 1 and j. . . . .
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