Tbs Cape Collective Agreement

Bargaining Partners: Federal Government Dockyard Trades and Labour Council (Esquimalt) (West) (FGDTLC (W)) Collective Agreements: 30 January 2023 Dispute Resolution Mechanism: Arbitration The latest European collective agreement contains updated provisions on: Official post on the web: www.acep-cape.ca/en/news-events/general-membership-news/the-signing-of-the-ec-and-tr-collective-agreements/ The European collective agreement applies to federal employees of the Economic and Social Services Group (EC). We are negotiating the agreement with the Labour Council of Canada, which is covered by the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Act. The work requires knowledge of the theories and principles of negotiations, including the definition and guarantee of agreement on the issues to be negotiated and the objectives of the negotiations; Determine the main interest of other pages and the closure of techniques. This information is necessary to conclude the negotiations. The work requires knowledge of departmental industries and organizations, their mandate, programs, policies and laws, and their role in fulfilling the Canadian government`s obligations and obligations to Aboriginal people and in fulfilling the federal government`s constitutional responsibilities in the North. The work requires knowledge from the Department of Indigenous and Northern Affairs and governing legislation, including the Canadian Constitution, the Land Act, foeal laws, treaties, broad rights and autonomy agreements, as well as various other laws affecting Aborigines and northerners. In 2017, the Federal Industrial Relations and Employment Commission decided that civilian members of the RCMP should be considered public service employees under the ESS classification, who work essentially similarly to those of EC officials. When this decision comes into force, CADRE employees will be covered by the collective agreement and will be considered part of the EC`s bargaining unit. In the meantime, current RCMP conditions continue to apply to SES members. However, these members may benefit from a number of CAPE benefits, including assistance in filing complaints and representation in discussions with the Ministry of Finance secretariat. The worker is subject to the provisions of the collective agreement under which he begins his parental leave, regardless of the date of the maternity leave. During each round of negotiations, the negotiating team must abandon certain proposals in order to reach a fair collective agreement. The following notices provide the Staff Community with a policy interpretation, guidance and updates on collective agreements, classification, compensation and labour relations, as well as the guidelines of the Joint National Council (JNC).

We are pleased to inform you that cape`s EC negotiating team and the TBS negotiating team met today to sign the community group`s new collective agreement, which has just been ratified. As of today, the new provisions are in effect with the usual wage exception. Please note that specific provisions have been negotiated during the current cycle to address the issue of retroactive compensation implementation and salary scale adjustment. Access our summary of all the new provisions of the collective agreement. In 2017, the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board decided that civilian members of the RCMP should be considered public service officers under the ESS classification, which do essentially work similar to those of EC officials. When this decision comes into force, CADRE workers will be covered by the collective agreement and will be considered part of the EC`s bargaining unit. In the meantime, existing RCMP conditions continue to apply to SSE members. However, these members can benefit from a number of CAPE benefits, including assistance in filing complaints and representation in discussions with the Ministry of Finance secretariat.

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