T-15.1, r. 2 - Regulation respecting the remuneration and other conditions of employment of the members of the Administrative Labour Tribunal

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3. When full-time members of the Tribunal take office, their initial salary is determined by taking into account the level of the position to be filled and their employment income, in accordance with the standards prescribed in Schedule II. An amount representing 10% of the maximum of the salary scale applicable is added to that initial salary, subject to having reached the maximum of that salary scale.
Public servants who are appointed member of the Tribunal may not receive a salary lower than the regular salary to which they were entitled before being appointed in accordance with their classification in the public service.
704-2016O.C. 704-2016, s. 3; 160-2020O.C. 160-2020, s. 1.
3. When members of the Tribunal take office, their initial salary is determined by taking into account their experience, education, the level of the position to be filled and their income when they take office, determined by taking into account the standards prescribed in Schedule II.
Public servants who are appointed member of the Tribunal may not receive a salary lower than the regular salary to which they were entitled before being appointed in accordance with their classification in the public service.
704-2016O.C. 704-2016, s. 3.
In force: 2016-08-04
3. When members of the Tribunal take office, their initial salary is determined by taking into account their experience, education, the level of the position to be filled and their income when they take office, determined by taking into account the standards prescribed in Schedule II.
Public servants who are appointed member of the Tribunal may not receive a salary lower than the regular salary to which they were entitled before being appointed in accordance with their classification in the public service.
704-2016O.C. 704-2016, s. 3.