After intense negotiations, the Veterinary Negotiation Team (VM) is pleased to announce that we have signed a preliminary agreement with the CFIA to conclude this round of negotiations. The agreement guarantees PIPSC`s cooperation with the Treasury Board for the phoenix replacement, financial penalties for delays in contract execution and retroactive payment. In terms of rates of pay, we think the finances speak for themselves. The ACFO-ACAF agreement for the FI Group (now CT-FINs) provided 8.0% over four years, of which 6.5% over the first three years, compared to the 6.35% PSAC agreement over three years. PIPSC`s agreement for AUs (now CT-EAV) was 7.75% over a four-year value. The agreement also contained a catch-up clause to ensure that unions that moved more quickly to resolve their members` problems would not be disadvantaged if another group received more damages. PSAC`s transaction relates to damage to Phoenix and other outstanding litigation. Once we confirm which party actually with Phoenix, unlike other litigation together, we agreed to meet with the employer to ensure that all members get the same value. ii. Retroactive amounts to be paid to workers are implemented within one hundred and eighty days (180) days after the signing of the agreement if no manual intervention is required. F.
Workers for whom the implementation of the collective agreement requires manual intervention are informed of the delay within one hundred and eighty days (180) days after the contract is signed. Nav Canada – Preliminary Collective Agreement with the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada This offer will only be valid for groups that enter into preliminary agreements prior to the issuance of a voting letter, and will remain confidential until interim agreements are reached. This agreement must now be ratified by VM membership. Regular members with a good reputation receive voting instructions by email. Make sure your contact information is up to date so you can participate in the vote. E. The late implementation of the 2018 collective agreements does not create any claims under the agreement between the CPA bargaining agencies and the Treasury Board of Canada regarding the damage caused by the phoenix payment system. iii.
signed an agreement with the employer, in which it says: Training Follow us for specific online training on different aspects of the new collective agreement. Sign up now As you know, ACFO-ACAF was part of a team that negotiated the phoenix`s initial damages agreement in May 2019. This agreement was reached after two years of negotiations between employers and unions, including ACFO-ACAF. i. All elements of the agreement that have nothing to do with wage management will come into force when the agreement is signed. Both parties recognize that gender inclusion in the French language is more difficult to achieve compared to English, but they nevertheless support continued support and increased gender neutrality and inclusion in the collective agreement. Both sides defend and support neutrality and inclusion. To this end, the parties undertake to create, during the duration of the aforementioned collective agreements, a joint committee that reviews collective agreements in order to identify opportunities to make the language more gender-specific.