Treasury Board Collective Agreements Tc

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The employer argues that the integrity of the federal public service remains a priority for the government and that, when it comes to legislation protecting signallers, improvement through the review and review of the PSDPA, unlike the creation of another framework in the collective agreement, is the appropriate mechanism to ensure that it does what it is supposed to do. Provide adequate protection for whistleblowers. In addition to the above-mentioned joint and specific TC proposals, the negotiator has additional proposals that, while they could not be calculated due to the unavailability of specific data, would increase the total cost of the bargaining agent`s proposals, which are already significantly higher than the employers` proposals and the government`s fiscal capacity to increase the benefits of the collective agreement. These proposals are as follows: the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and the Treasury Board negotiated, between May 2018 and May 2019, the renewal of the technical services group (TC) collective agreement that expires on June 21, 2018. In addition, the employer wishes to amend its proposal to clarify the employer`s commitment and commitment. The new language proposed by the employer specifies the steps required before they are able to negotiate wage lines under a subsequent collective agreement, based on the new employment assessment standards. The 34 agreements concluded within the CPA and agencies include a number of common items, including fundamental economic increases and other monetary and non-monetary elements. The Government of Canada is committed to negotiating in good faith with all federal public sector negotiators. The government`s approach is to negotiate agreements that are appropriate for Canadian employees, negotiators and taxpayers. Comparisons also include targeted improvements worth about 1% over the life of the agreements. For most of the 34 groups, these improvements are in the form of two-year wage adjustments: 0.8% in 1 year and 0.2% in 2.

These include the Economic and Social Services (EC) group and the Translation Group (TR), both represented by the Canadian Association of Professional Workers (CAPE), the Financial Management Group (FI), represented by the Association of Canadian Financial Commissioners (ACFO), and the Applied Science and Patent Examination (SP) Engineering and Land Survey (NR), represented by the Professional Institute of Public Service of Canada (PIPSC), are represented. For some other groups, including the Audit, Trade and Purchasing (AV), Research (RE) and Health Services (SH) groups, represented by PIPSC, and the External Action Service (FS) group, represented by the Professional Federation of External Action Officials (PAFSO), the parties agreed to allocate the 1% differently depending on the particular circumstances of each group; However, the total value of these targeted adjustments should not exceed 1%. June 18, 2015 – The SV team orders the employer to respect the right of PS employees to negotiate PSAC collective agreements expects the Phoenix Ministry of Finance to pay general damages (the lump sum of $2,500) during the implementation period of the 180-day collective agreement mentioned above.

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