47.1.4 Other absences resulting from illness or injury which are not covered by this Directive shall be subject to the provisions of the relevant collective agreement or provisions. 64.10.1 Compensation for the loss of personal and household items that are not recovered after an emergency evacuation shall be in accordance with the provisions of FSD 15 – Relocation against compensation for damage or loss of household items. 44.1.2 Notwithstanding the provisions of a collective agreement or other competent authority for service in Canada, the Deputy Head may replace a specific leave with a specific leave to which the worker would be entitled in Canada if such designated leave is not recognized as general leave at that location. 64.8.1 The purpose of this section is to compensate an employee for damage/loss of personal and/or household property, including financial loss, if such loss is due to an emergency evacuation, natural disaster or catastrophic event that: 28.6.1 If, in exceptional circumstances, the worker cannot make other personal arrangements for the safe preservation of an automobile, The discretion of the Deputy Head may be exercised in order to make arrangements for such safe storage or to authorise the payment of the costs incurred by the worker in making such storage available. 55.3.2 For workers subject to these directives, retroactive adjustment of wages on or after the 1st The date of entry into force of the worker`s right to a new rate of subsistence allowance under FSD 55 is the date of entry into force of the wage change. is not the date of the instrument providing for the amendment. 64.10.3 The worker has the right to demand compensation for the loss/damage of personal and household property, in accordance with this Directive or the relocation of FSD 15, with the exception that a worker may not demand more than compensation for the same article, whether under the External Action Service Directives or a private insurance policy. 3.10.4 If the child does not live with the postal employee, the child is considered a child under a custody agreement within the meaning of FSD 2 – Definitions and provisions of section 51.10 of FSD 51 – Family reunification and sections 54.10 and 54.11 of FSD 54 – Compassional Travel. 15.23.9 Authorization for an extension of the duration of temporary accommodation at the former duty station is authorized due to exceptional operational requirements (e.g.B.
Delays in the agreement of the Heads of Mission, unforeseen program requirements after a worker has made normal arrangements to evacuate a permanent accommodation requiring a delay in departure or the obligation to evacuate the accommodation owned by Crown to facilitate renovations, repairs or other operational requirements) in the days preceding the exit from the former duty station on the instructions of the stel Staff members were transferred to a lodge nt temporary, with the exception of the days normally allowed for the packing and removal of personal and household goods, without being set off against the maximum authorized amount of the worker. 18.1.2 The aid is intended to identify situations attributable to the External Action Service and not situations arising from a personal choice. This Directive offers greater flexibility to spouses or partners who, for reasons of employment, education or family, do not accompany, in whole or in part, the worker. . . .