17 Dec 2020


The provisions of Part III of this agreement, with the exception of paragraphs 27.01, 27.02 and 30.01 to 30.05, do not apply to workers who are on leave in accordance with this memorandum. The employer proposes the renewal of the existing agreement, which would continue the ongoing dialogue between the parties and renew the objective of negotiating the wage lines for the new standards in the next collective agreement. December 21, 2016 – Interim agreement on the table pa; The working group considered various options for retroactive payment processing and the implementation of the monetary elements of collective agreements. The current language is common throughout the CPA collective agreement. The employer also argues that the collective agreement is already required to consult the PSACs before day workers are converted to shift workers and that it is necessary to demonstrate that such a change is necessary for public needs and/or effective activities before turning day workers into shift workers. The employer believes that these provisions are sufficient. June 18, 2015 – The SV team urges employers to respect the right of ps workers to negotiate collective agreements. The employer proposes to replace its proposal to abolish 65.03 with its Schedule F proposal to introduce a new agreement on the implementation of collective agreements, including retroactive payment. This proposal will be discussed later in this letter.

Workers who take maternity/parental leave and are entitled to the payment of the incentive are entitled to an amount commensurnable to the amount of the allowance, based on the share of a year worked on August 24, 2017 or after the start of their maternity/parental leave, net of the amount already collected at $4,000. This amount must be paid immediately before the start of the leave period concerned, subject to the provisions of collective agreement 38.01 (f) and 40.01 (e) of the collective agreement. The employer believes that, at this stage, it would be premature to negotiate the rates of pay for the new standards in the collective agreement. The work required by departments and agencies is not complete and cannot provide information on the establishment of these scales. In addition, negotiating wage lines on that date, before the switching date is known and a better understanding of the allocation of positions to the new standard, would be tantamount to including empty shells in the collective agreement, since no one would get those rates for a significant period of time.

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