In addition, the parties signed the Memorandum of Understanding on the Negotiation of Working Conditions for RCMP Civilian Members to be Included in PSAC Bargaining Units. Bargaining Partner: UNIFOR Collective Agreement Expiry Date: June 30, 2022 Dispute Resolution Mechanism: Arbitration The National Bargaining Conference for the PA, SV, TC and EB Collective Bargaining Units will be held april 26-30, 2021. The event will be virtual. The above collective agreements expire between June and August 2021, and PSAC expects negotiations to be announced in the spring and early summer of 2021. The […] On the 23rd. In October 2020, the Treasury Board and the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) signed a new collective agreement for the Program and Administrative Services (PA) group, which includes amendments to the Memorandum of Understanding between the Treasury Board and the Public Service Alliance of Canada with respect to the Program and Administrative Services Group: Compensation Advisor Deduction Allowance, as described in Appendix J. Given that the agreement had been ratified on September 29 and the votes were in favor, all that remained was the signature to move forward with this new Phoenix compensation agreement. It all took place on October 22. It should be noted that this gives Treasury Board 180 days to apply salary increases, salary adjustments and allowances. As negotiated by the PSAC, a lump sum payment of $500 to compensate for the extension of the implementation deadline for new collective agreements (usually 90 days). PSAC and Treasury Board today signed new collective agreements for the Programs and Administrative Services (CP) and Technical Services (TB) groups, which were ratified by members on September 29. Both bargaining units have more than 80,000 employees in the federal public service.
PSAC and Treasury Board also signed the Phoenix Damage Agreement reached this summer. The formal signing of the agreements today means that, with the exception of retroactive monetary provisions, new contractual conditions are in force. Treasury Board now has 180 days to implement salary increases, salary adjustments and allowances. As explained in the contract ratification packages, given this extended implementation period, which is usually 90 days, PSAC has negotiated a lump sum payment of $500 for the members of these new contracts. Please keep your contact information up to date through the Member Portal to continue to receive information on the implementation of collective agreements and the Phoenix Regulations. Members of the Education and Library Science (EB), Operations Services (OAS) and PSAC-UTE (Canada Revenue Agency) groups recently ratified their interim agreements. PSAC is working with Treasury Board to finalize the text and salary ranges of the new agreements and expects to sign the new contracts in the coming weeks. Treasury Board and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) provided the PSAC with a payment plan for the implementation of the monetary provisions following the signing of the PA, EB, TC, SV and PSAC-UTE collective agreements. Negotiator: Federal Government Dockyard Trades and Labour Council (Esquimalt) (West) (FGDTLC(W)) Collective Agreement Expiry Date: 30. January 2023 Dispute Resolution Mechanism: Arbitration Originally Signed by Daniel Cyr A/Senior Director Compensation and Collective Bargaining Management Working Conditions and Industrial Relations PSAC`s Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer expects Treasury Board to pay Phoenix.B general damages (i.e., the $2,500 lump sum) within the above-mentioned 180-day implementation period for agreements Collective. In addition, in the coming months, Treasury Board will provide information on how current and former members who have suffered significant losses as a result of the Phoenix compensation system can claim additional compensation.
We will continue to urge the government to implement these regulations effectively. The cost of living is rising rapidly across Canada, and PSAC members — and workers across the country — risk being left behind if we do not negotiate wages that keep pace with inflation. For this reason, our bargaining team for common issues is pushing for fair wage increases, which are associated with rising costs of more than […] These amendments will be implemented in accordance with the provisions of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Treasury Board of Canada and the Public Service Alliance of Canada with respect to the implementation of the collective agreement. The amendments to Annex J include a distinction between the amount of the deductible to which a remuneration consultant is entitled on the basis of the following: 7/1/2019 – 6/30/20237/1/2016 – 6/30/20197/1/2015 – 6/30/2016. All questions should be directed to your departmental labour relations or corporate compensation representative, who will direct questions to the Compensation and Collective Bargaining Management Group, if necessary, at the following email address: Interpretations@tbs-sct.gc.ca. . The information on this website refers to public sector employees for whom The Treasury Board is the employer. 7/1/2020 – 30/06/20217/1/2017 – 30/06/20207/1/2016 – 30/06/2017 For more information on collective bargaining in the core public administration, see the Frequently Asked Questions – Collective Bargaining in the Core Public Administration and definitions. This bulletin contains information for departments and agencies in the Core Public Administration (CPA) on the main changes to Annex J. .
The pandemic has radically changed the way many PSAC members work. We have experienced the challenges of working remotely from home. the impact of technological change; the impact of an uncertain economy on job security; and the great inequalities that remain for women, racialized workers and many other marginalized groups. These are some of the […] In short, if you are part of the PA or TC group, you will receive your Phoenix compensation within the next 180 days. If you have any further questions, we recommend going. . PA Negotiations: Treasury Board Puts Concessions for Remote Work on the Table Treasury Board began negotiations with Program and Administrative Services (PA) on the wrong foot this round by putting on the table problematic concessions that would punish employees who choose to work remotely. The proposal would increase meal allowances for workers who spend three or more hours before or before […] . . .
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