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ASSOCIATED MUSICIANS of GREATER NEW YORK, LOCAL 802 AF of M
322 West 48th Street, New York, NY 10036-Telephone (212) 245-4802- Concert Department Fax (212) 245-6257--www.local802afm.org
SINGLE ENGAGEMENT CLASSICAL WAGE SCALES & CONDITIONS-APPENDIX A
CLASSICAL CONCERT, CHAMBER MUSIC & RELIGIOUS SERVICE ENGAGEMENTS
EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 12, 2015-September 11, 2018
APPENDIX to single engagement (CONCERT) collective bargaining agreement. Use ("W") contract forms when filing engagements for NON-signatory Employers for Classical Concert, Chamber Music & Religious Service.
9/12/15 9/12/16 9/12/17 CLASSICAL CONCERT (15 or more musicians) to to to 9/11/16 9/11/17 9/11/18 PERFORMANCES: 2½ hours or less 274.00 276.00 279.00 Including principal premium 328.80 331.20 334.80 PERFORMANCE OVERTIME: I½X in 15 minute segments or less 41.10 41.40 41.85 Including principal premium 49.32 49.68 50.22 Past midnight, 2X in 15 minute segments or less 54.80 55.20 55.80 Including principal premium 65.76 66.24 66.96 Performances beginning at midnight or later, 1½X for entire performance 411.00 414.00 418.50 Including principal premium 493.20 496.80 502.20 Single works up to 3 hours may be performed at the above performance rate without payment of overtime, pursuant to past practice.
PREMIUM PAY/PRINCIPAL PLAYERS:
Principal Players: An additional 20% over total gross scale wages for performances and rehearsals for the following principal positions: Second Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Timpani, Percussion, Harp & Keyboard.
DOUBLING: First double 20% of performance & applicable rehearsal(s). Each additional double 10% of performance and applicable rehearsal(s). Sole exclusions: A, Bb & C Clarinets, A, Bb & C Trumpets, Tenor and Bas
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(1). Rehearsals: Five (5) minutes for each one-half (½) hour of a rehearsal shall be set aside for breaks; there shall be at least 25 minutes break in a 2½ hour rehearsal and 30 minutes break in a 3-hour rehearsal. No rehearsal shall end with a break without the approval of a majority of the Orchestra. No break at the beginning of a rehearsal shall exceed ten (10) minutes.
(2). Breaks Generally (Including Rehearsals): Musicians shall not be required to rehearse without a break for more than 75 minutes; provided, however, that musicians may be required to play for up to 1½ hours without a break if the performance time of a movement exceeds 1¼ hours. No break shall be for less than 10 minutes away from the stand. No rehearsal can begin with more than a 10 minutes break.
(3). Performances: Breaks in performance may be no less than 20 minutes.
PERSONAL LEAVE: Musicians who have been engaged for a series of Concerts will be granted leave for illness or childbirth.
AUDITIONS: Unless expressly agreed otherwise by the Local 802 and the Employer, auditions shall not be a condition of employment for musicians covered by this Agreement at any time during its term.
CANCELLATION: At least 7 days notice of cancellation of any service must be given or full payment thereof is immediately due.
DISMISSAL: No musician, once engaged, shall be discharged except for just cause.
RUNOUTS: Negotiated on a case by case basis; contact the Concert Department.
TOURS: Negotiated on a case by case basis; contact the Concert Department.
WHEN FILING ENGAGEMENTS, THE FOLLOWING SECTION IS APPLICABLE TO PERSONNEL MANAGERS /CONTRACTORSNON-SIGNATORY STATUS: When filing engagements for Employers that are not signatory to a separately negotiated collective bargaining agreement with Local 802, a “W” contract form signed by the Employer and accompanied by an initialed copy of the Classical Concert Wage Scales and Conditions must be filed with the Local 802 Concert Department prior to the engagement.
LEGIT 802 INC.: Upon filing a (“W”) contract form with the Local 802 Concert Department, Employers may utilize LEGIT 802 INC., Local 802’s Paymaster Payroll Service.
ELECTRONIC FILING: All contract information should be filed electronically.
LATE PAYMENT PENALTY: All payments, including benefit contributions must be paid no later than ten (10) business days after the end of a service set. No late payment penalty shall be due on payments made within two (2) business days thereafter. For any payments made during the next ten (10) calendar days, two percent (2%) of the total amount due shall be added as a late payment penalty; an additional one percent (1%) shall be added if payment is made during the ensuing twenty (20) calendar days; and an additional one percent (1%) shall be added for each additional thirty (30) calendar days or fraction thereof the payment is made thereafter.
PAYMENT OF BENEFITS: Pension, Health Benefits Plan contributions and Work Dues payments must be paid with 3 separate checks (as indicated below) and forwarded to LOCAL 802 c/o THE CONCERT DEPARTMENT for distribution to the individual funds.
(1). PENSION: Paid by the Employer to: American Federation of Musicians Employers' Pension Fund ("AFM/EPF") no later than 10 business days after the end of a service set for which such contributions are payable and shall be accompanied by whatever documentation or information may be required by the Trustees of the Fund.
(2) HEALTH BENEFITS FUND: Paid by the Employer to: Musicians' Local 802 Health Benefits Fund ("Local 802 HBF") no later than 10 business days after the end of a service set for which such contributions are payable and shall be accompanied by whatever documents or information may be required by the Trustees of the Fund.
(3). WORK DUES: 3.5% of total gross scale wages, withheld by the Employer and paid to: Local 802 Work Dues no later than 10 business days after the end of a service set for which such contributions are payable. Contractor/personnel manager needs a signed "Work Dues Check-Off" card & W-4 (IRS) form for each musician. For Federal, State & City income & payroll taxes, unemployment insurance, FICA, Worker's compensation & disability, cards and forms are available at the Concert Department.
(4). MILEAGE: A taxable wage that is added to gross scale wages, therefore affecting work dues and pension payments that are calculated on gross payments.
(5). CARTAGE: Allowance for Cello, Bass & Contrabass Clarinet, Contrabassoon, Tuba and String Bass is a taxable income that is considered part of wages by the Internal Revenue Service. It does not appear on the gross scale column of the contract, and does not affect work dues and pension.
Reimbursement for instruments that qualify for actual cost cartage is non-taxable and not considered part of wages by the Internal Revenue Service.
(6). BOND: A bond for the total gross wages, including pension & health benefits contributions plus 18% Payroll Taxes (Certified Check) must be posted with the Concert Department prior to the Engagement unless such requirement is waived by the Supervisor. Any overage will be refunded.
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