Treasury Board Collective Agreements Eb

Please keep your contact information up to date via the Member Portal in order to continue to obtain information on the implementation of collective agreements and the Phoenix transaction. The PSAC and Treasury Board today signed new collective agreements for the Education and Library Sciences (EB) and Operations Services (SV) groups, ratified by members on September 29 and October 5, respectively. The two bargaining units represent more than 10,000 public servants. The PSAC has meanwhile signed collective agreements for some 90,000 civil service employees. The PSAC is committed to continuing to insist on improvement and to oppose concessions in the eb. You can download PSAC`s EB PIC submission in English and French and access the government`s English filing here. Most of our members are covered by agreements negotiated between the Board of Directors and our negotiator, the Public Utilities Alliance of Canada. The PSAC combines similar classification groups. The following lists indicate the classifications that are part of a given group. Please note that the Treasury Board is moving away from the “table” nomenclature and identifying employees as groups. The formal signing of the agreements today means that new contractual conditions are in force, with the exception of retroactive monetary provisions. The Treasury Board now has 180 days to implement salary increases, salary adjustments and allowances.

As explained in the contract ratification kits, psac has negotiated a lump sum payment of US$500 for members in these new contracts, given this extended implementation timeframe, which is normally 90 days. Copies of current collective agreements for USJE members can be viewed by clicking on the fare category below. When the PSAC negotiates collective agreements with “separate employers”, these contracts will also be taken into account. We are approaching the end of the voting period for the ratification of the new provisional agreements for the PA, TC, EB, SV and PSAC-UTE groups. The PSAC held ratification votes between August 24 and September 29 for members of the PA, TC, EB and PSAC-UTE, and from August 31 to October 5 for sv members in each PSAC region. To have the right to vote, you must: […] Collective agreements will only be updated when they officially come into force, after both parties have “signed” the document in question. In the coming weeks, the PSAC will meet with representatives of the Board of Directors and the CRA to sign the new collective agreements. With the exception of retroactive monetary provisions, new contractual conditions will enter into force on the date of signature.

Members of the parks groups and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) recently ratified their preliminary agreements. PSAC is working with both agencies to finalize the text and pay slips of the new agreements and expects to sign the new contracts in the coming weeks. . For the full text, we will keep you informed during publication. For more information, see the PSAC article. . Members of the Border Services Division (FB) are still under discussion. “I am proud of the elected members of our negotiating teams for their unwavering commitment during this roundtable,” said Chris Aylward, PSAC National President. “Thanks to their hard work and the solidarity shown by thousands of members across the country, we were able to negotiate a fair agreement.

We are now in a strong position to build on these improvements in the next round of negotiations. ». . . . . . PSAC collaborators: negotiator Mathieu Brûlé and research manager Shawn Vincent. Technical Services (TC) Group: DD, EG, GT, PI, PY, TI: Members of the Operational Services (SV) Group have until October 5 to vote on their new contract, while members of parks and CFIA units will vote between October 5 and November 4. Program and Administrative Services (PA) Group: AS, CM, CR, DA, IS, OE, PM, ST, WP: In addition, the common outcome settlement applies to this group: PA Group On July 9, PSAC`s AP negotiating team reached a preliminary agreement with the Board of Directors. .

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