From 1 August 2003, workers who do not provide services under a collective agreement will only be able to participate in the plan if no more than 5% (5%) of the employees covered by the plan are self-employed. Workers who previously participated as employees of the tariff unit and who continue to participate in the plan as former employees of the collective bargaining unit in accordance with this section shall not be treated as employees of the tariff unit within the meaning of the 5% (5%) ceiling but shall be considered as employees of the tariff unit, to the extent permitted by Section 410 of the Internal Income Code. the rules relating to this Section and all sections and rules relating thereto. Except as provided by law, alumni of the tariff unit whose participation is permitted under this section of the plan and other participants who do not provide services under the collective agreement who participate in accordance with the provisions of this section of the plan may under no circumstances receive benefits under the plan in a more advantageous manner than similar staff, services provided under the collective agreement. As of August 1, 2003, the term “worker” also refers to workers described above and those who do not work under one of the collective agreements, but who have previously provided services under one of the collective agreements. The employer must inform the directors in advance in advance of a choice of contributions on behalf of former employees of the collective bargaining unit in accordance with this subdivision and in accordance with the rules adopted by the board of directors, and provided that the participation of such employees does not constitute a violation of the laws or regulations in force. 1.2 “contribution agreement” means any contribution agreement or other written agreement, as set out in the trustee agreement approved by the directors, that requires payments to the trust fund on behalf of staff. 1.34 “related plan” – a plan that is a signatory to the Electrical Industry Reciprocal pension agreement or another pension plan with which the directors have entered into a pro-rated reciprocity agreement. The determination of the identity of highly satisfied staff, including the determination of the number and identity of employees in the highest paid group, the top 100 and the number of employees treated as senior managers and the remuneration taken into account, shall be carried out in accordance with Section 414(q) of the IRC and the rules contained therein. No worker is an employee of the collective bargaining unit, who is included in a collective bargaining unit or whose remuneration is governed by collective agreements, is considered a highly benevolent worker and, in accordance with section 414(q)(8) of the IRC, none of these employees can be taken into account in determining the number of employees in the highest-paid group. “1.31 Vesting Service Year” means a planning year in which an employee earns 750 hours of investment or more.
For the purposes of a worker who is not covered by a collective agreement between a union and an employer, the unshakable year means the planning year in which the worker earns 750 hours or more of work beginning with the planning year in which the employee is entitled to participate in the plan. 1.28 “Total Credited Service” means the amount from a Subscriber`s Credited Past Service and the Credited Future Service that has not expired. 1.17 “worker” means a worker who works for an employer. 1.37 Valid for sadr benefits with a first payment on Or after August 1, 2006 or after August 1, 2006, the following definition applies. . . .