By using the standard table of miles instead of the actual mileage employees drive, employees can lose reimbursement for “up to 20 miles per trip and $0.36 per kilometer, this can be a considerable sum.” Travel advance language is added “to facilitate an employee`s travel experience by allowing the employee to use cash” to pay certain expenses. With respect to commuting, the employer adds something to section 16.06 that would have the effect of nullify what the parties have agreed to in section 16.13. This maneuver seems to be a “sleight of hand” to be “rejected”. In addition, the employer also “skillfully” attempts to circumvent the last two sentences of section 16.13 at travel time. formal meetings, vineyard meetings, etc., because “plain language is easier for workers to find and read.” In addition, hypertext links can be problematic because “the language can be changed on a site”. The employer should also inform workers `in sufficient detail of the purpose and nature` of the meetings so that they can decide whether or not to request a representative of the Union. When an investigation involves the criminal conduct of a bargaining unit staff member, the employee should receive specific warning from Miranda whenever such rights are affected and indicate in writing any waiver of those rights. . . .