If the workers were previously employed under the SGEU/SAHO collective agreement taking into account home care and were employed as of May 16, 1996, the following provision remains applicable: 2. Any worker who is entitled to leave under this schedule, but who wishes to take leave in accordance with section 13, may rule on written application to the employer. If a worker prepays for leave and precedes a written dismissal fourteen (14) days before the start of the vacation, the worker will be paid no later than the last scheduled day of work prior to the leave. Agreements between the parties or between a union that previously represented a worker previously represented by HSAS and an employer will remain in effect, unless it is replaced directly by this agreement or otherwise negotiated or otherwise negotiated. b) due to illness, during the scheduled leave, or vi) the duration of the annual leave is equal to the regular rotation of the worker. (d) The 12-hour local enforcement agreements generally correspond to necessary changes to the extended general postal regime, which is described as follows: if an employer appointed by a voucher or an employer cannot respond within the prescribed time frame, the union gives the right to proceed to the next step. The aforementioned deadlines may be extended by mutual agreement. Community social services and private sector employees are subject to three separate agreements: 5.1 Each year prior to the agreed leave [at least one year and up to six (6) years), the participant receives the applicable salary set for the year, by the application form, the worker`s certificate and the authorization form and the participation agreement. In exceptional cases where a worker has special needs and is not entitled to other paid leave, the specific leave or period of activity arrangements agreed by co-workers and the employer that are not inconsistent with the requirements of the Saskatchewan Employment Act are defined in this collective agreement. 7.2 Leave that is not used before leave is deferred and may be called during the year off during which they return to work. A worker who leaves the facility at the age or after the age of aging or at any time after the end of the thirty-five (35) years of service is entitled to section 13.01 leave during the retirement year or pays instead of earned and not used leave in advance.