119.1. Notwithstanding section 119, an officer who is appointed to more than one officer position with the same employer or with different employers may continue to hold the other positions while benefiting from the end-of-engagement indemnity for the position that the officer is leaving.
In such a case, the indemnity shall be paid monthly by the employer or in accordance with the conditions of the pay-roll system, from the date on which the position is eliminated.
During the period in which an officer receives the indemnity, the employer that eliminated the position shall, upon presentation of supporting documents, adjust the amount of the end-of-engagement indemnity if one of the following circumstances occurs:
— an officer holds a new job in the public or parapublic sector for which the number of hours corresponds in part or in full to the number of hours of the position for which the indemnity is paid;
— the number of hours for the other positions the officer held when the position was eliminated is increased.
The modified amount of the end-of-engagement indemnity is equal to the difference between the officer’s new salary and his or her salary when the position was eliminated, up to the total amount of the severance pay or until the new salary has reached or exceeded the salary he was receiving on the date of his departure.
Payment of the severance pay shall cease if an officer refuses an increase in regular working hours in one of the other positions he or she held when the position was eliminated.