R-10 - Act respecting the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan

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14. The pensionable salary of an employee is the basic salary paid to the employee in the course of a calendar year.
The pensionable salary of an employee on maternity leave is the basic salary to which the employee would have been entitled if she had not taken maternity leave.
The pensionable salary of an employee on paternity or adoption leave is the basic salary the employee would have been entitled to receive if the employee had not been on paternity or adoption leave for the period during which the employee receives benefits, or would receive benefits if the employee had applied for them, under the Québec parental insurance plan established by the Act respecting parental insurance (chapter A-29.011) or the employment insurance plan established by the Employment Insurance Act (S.C. 1996, c. 23).
The pensionable salary of an employee during a period of absence covered by salary insurance is the basic salary the employee would have been entitled to receive if the employee had been at work.
Despite the fourth paragraph, the pensionable salary of an employee or person who receives benefits under the mandatory basic long-term salary insurance plan applicable to management personnel in the public and parapublic sectors, the mandatory supplementary salary insurance plan applicable to criminal and penal prosecuting attorneys, the mandatory long-term disability insurance plan applicable to employees of the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec or the mandatory long-term salary insurance plan of the Commission des services juridiques is, from the 105th week, the pensionable salary established at the end of the 104th week of disability. The pensionable salary is then adjusted annually according to the conditions set out in the insurance contract.
Despite the fourth paragraph, the pensionable salary of an employee who receives benefits under the long-term salary insurance plan applicable to full-time permanent management and non-unionized staff of the Société des alcools du Québec or any of the supplementary insurance plans provided for in the agreements entered into with the Fédération des médecins omnipraticiens du Québec, the Fédération des médecins spécialistes du Québec, the Association des chirurgiens dentistes du Québec or the Association des optométristes du Québec is, from the 157th week, the pensionable salary established at the end of the 156th week of disability. The pensionable salary is then adjusted annually according to the conditions set out in the insurance contract.
Unless included by government regulation, bonuses, allowances, compensations and other additional remuneration are not included in the basic salary.
1973, c. 12, s. 12; 1974, c. 9, s. 5; 1983, c. 24, s. 1; 1988, c. 82, s. 4; 1991, c. 77, s. 38; 2006, c. 55, s. 18; 2010, c. 11, s. 27; 2010, c. 29, s. 1.
14. The pensionable salary of an employee is the basic salary paid to the employee in the course of a calendar year.
The pensionable salary of an employee on maternity leave is the basic salary to which the employee would have been entitled if she had not taken maternity leave.
The pensionable salary of an employee on adoption leave is the basic salary the employee would have been entitled to receive if the employee had not been on adoption leave for the period during which the employee receives benefits, or would receive benefits if the employee had applied for them, under the Québec parental insurance plan established by the Act respecting parental insurance (chapter A-29.011) or the employment insurance plan established by the Employment Insurance Act (S.C. 1996, c. 23).
The pensionable salary of an employee during a period of absence covered by salary insurance is the basic salary the employee would have been entitled to receive if the employee had been at work.
Despite the fourth paragraph, the pensionable salary of an employee or person who receives benefits under the mandatory basic long-term salary insurance plan applicable to management personnel in the public and parapublic sectors, the mandatory supplementary salary insurance plan applicable to criminal and penal prosecuting attorneys, the mandatory long-term disability insurance plan applicable to employees of the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec or the mandatory long-term salary insurance plan of the Commission des services juridiques is, from the 105th week, the pensionable salary established at the end of the 104th week of disability. The pensionable salary is then adjusted annually according to the conditions set out in the insurance contract.
Despite the fourth paragraph, the pensionable salary of an employee who receives benefits under the long-term salary insurance plan applicable to full-time permanent management and non-unionized staff of the Société des alcools du Québec or any of the supplementary insurance plans provided for in the agreements entered into with the Fédération des médecins omnipraticiens du Québec, the Fédération des médecins spécialistes du Québec, the Association des chirurgiens dentistes du Québec or the Association des optométristes du Québec is, from the 157th week, the pensionable salary established at the end of the 156th week of disability. The pensionable salary is then adjusted annually according to the conditions set out in the insurance contract.
Unless included by government regulation, bonuses, allowances, compensations and other additional remuneration are not included in the basic salary.
1973, c. 12, s. 12; 1974, c. 9, s. 5; 1983, c. 24, s. 1; 1988, c. 82, s. 4; 1991, c. 77, s. 38; 2006, c. 55, s. 18; 2010, c. 11, s. 27.
14. The pensionable salary of an employee is the basic salary paid to him in the course of a calendar year, the salary he would have been entitled to during a period of absence to which salary insurance applies and, in the case of a female employee, the salary to which she would have been entitled if she had not taken maternity leave.
In the case of an adoption leave, the pensionable salary is the basic salary the employee would have been entitled to receive for the period during which the employee receives benefits, or would receive benefits if the employee had applied for them, under the Québec parental insurance plan established under the Act respecting parental insurance (chapter A-29.011) or the employment insurance plan established under the Employment Insurance Act (Statutes of Canada, 1996, chapter 23).
Unless included by government regulation, bonuses, allowances, compensations or other additional remuneration shall not be included in the basic salary.
1973, c. 12, s. 12; 1974, c. 9, s. 5; 1983, c. 24, s. 1; 1988, c. 82, s. 4; 1991, c. 77, s. 38; 2006, c. 55, s. 18.
14. The pensionable salary of an employee is the basic salary paid to him in the course of a calendar year, the salary he would have been entitled to during a period of absence to which salary insurance applies and, in the case of a female employee, the salary to which she would have been entitled if she had not taken maternity leave.
Unless included by government regulation, bonuses, allowances, compensations or other additional remuneration shall not be included in the basic salary.
1973, c. 12, s. 12; 1974, c. 9, s. 5; 1983, c. 24, s. 1; 1988, c. 82, s. 4; 1991, c. 77, s. 38.
14. The pensionable salary of an employee is the basic salary paid to him in the course of a calendar year and the salary he would have been entitled to during a period of absence to which salary insurance applies.
Unless included by government regulation, bonuses, allowances, compensations or other additional remuneration shall not be included in the basic salary.
1973, c. 12, s. 12; 1974, c. 9, s. 5; 1983, c. 24, s. 1; 1988, c. 82, s. 4.
14. The pensionable salary of an employee is the salary paid to him in the course of a calendar year and the salary he would have been entitled to during a period of absence to which salary insurance applies.
1973, c. 12, s. 12; 1974, c. 9, s. 5; 1983, c. 24, s. 1.
14. Notwithstanding section 5, where an employee contributing to a supplemental plan ceases, after June 30 1973, to hold an employment to which such supplemental plan applies and subsequently holds the same employment or another employment to which the same supplemental plan applies, such employee must again contribute to such supplemental plan if such plan requires him to do so by virtue of a clause respecting interruption of service.
In the case where the employee contemplated in the first paragraph is not required to contribute again to the supplemental plan, he is entitled to obtain pension credit, provided his contributions have not been reimbursed to him, if he applies therefor to the Commission within sixty days of the commencement of his new employment and if the supplemental plan provides therefor.
Sections 92, 96 and 97 to 101 apply, mutatismutandis, to the pension credit contemplated in this section.
1973, c. 12, s. 12; 1974, c. 9, s. 5.