Collective Agreement Appendix I: Family Members for the Purpose of Article 12.8.11 Compassionate Care Leave

Collective Agreement Appendix I: Family Members for the Purpose of Article 12.8.11 Compassionate Care Leave

APPENDIX I – FAMILY MEMBERS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ARTICLE 12.8.11 COMPASSIONATE CARE LEAVE

 

  1. The following “family members” are persons identified through their relationship to the employee.
  • Spouse (includes heterosexual, common-law, and same-sex relationships)
  • Children
  • Children’s spouses
  • Step-children
  • Step-children-in-law
  • Siblings
  • In-law siblings
  • Parents
  • Step-parents
  • Parents-in-law
  • Grandparents
  • Grandchildren
  • Nieces/Nephews
  • Guardians
  • Step-siblings
  • Aunts/Uncles
  • Current or former foster-parents
  • Current or former foster children
  • Current or former wards
  • Current or former guardians
  • Spouse of sibling or step-sibling
  • Spouse of child or step-child
  • Spouse of a grandparent
  • Spouse of a grandchild
  • Spouse of an aunt or uncle
  • Spouse of a niece or nephew
  • Spouse of a current or former foster child
  • Spouse of a current or former guardian

 

  1. The following “family members” are persons identified through their relationship to the employee’s spouse.
  • Spouse’s parents or step-parents
  • Spouse’s siblings or step-siblings
  • Spouse’s children
  • Spouse’s grandparents
  • Spouse’s grandchildren
  • Spouse’s aunts or uncles
  • Spouse’s nieces or nephews
  • Spouse’s current or former foster parents
  • Spouse’s current or former wards
  • Spouse of an employee’s current or former foster parent
  • Spouse of an employee’s current or former ward
  • Spouse of a person who is living with the employee as a member of the employee’s family

 

  1. The following “family members” are deemed family members
  • Any other person in the same household who is dependent upon the employee
  • Any person who lives with the employee as a member of the employee’s family
  • Whether or not related to an employee by blood, adoption, marriage or common-law partnership, an individual with a serious medical condition who considers the employee to be, or whom the employee considers to be, like a close relative.
2018-06-12T14:56:44-07:00June 8th, 2018|