51.1 NRC`s workforce adjustment policy is part of this collective agreement and is reviewed and negotiated by the signatories of the directive in accordance with the terms of the directive. 22.2 Arbitration Board hearings, public interest hearings and alternative dispute resolution procedures You do your best in your workplace and family every day. We have gone into these negotiations to reach a central agreement that recognizes and supports it – and we have achieved results. 2.3 The English and French texts of this agreement are both officially. Clauses 56.02 and 56.03 are removed from the collective agreement effective May 1, 2014. 35.14.8 All leave decisions granted on leave without pay for long-term care for a parent or on leave without pay for child care and child care in preschool prior to the date of signing this agreement are not included in the calculation of the maximum length of time for the care of the family for the duration of a worker`s employment in the public service. 42.2 If there is disagreement over the application of this clause, the parties consult with the resolution of disputes. 20.2 NJC points that may be included in a collective agreement are the points that the parties to the NJC agreements have designated as such or on which the President of the Public Service Labour Relations Board ruled pursuant to (c) the NJC agreement that came into force on December 6, 1978. 48.3 In the event of a non-level in the appeal procedure under paragraph 48.2, no other level is waived, except by mutual agreement. These transitional provisions apply to workers who were placed on leave on the date or after the signing of this agreement and who were on leave. In the event of alleged misinterpretation or misapsed under agreements of the National Joint Council (NJC) of the Public Service on matters that may be included in a collective agreement and approved by the parties to this agreement, the appeal procedure will be in accordance with the NJC-By-Laws.