Treasury Board Fb Collective Agreement

Collective Agreement: Canada Border Services Agency – FB Group September 16, 2016 – TC Bargaining Updates: Still No Agreement on Wages and Other Matters • In accordance with all other Board agreements, this interim agreement involves the removal of severance pay provisions for employees who resign or retire. Under the new interim agreement, severance pay will continue to be paid if you are fired, but otherwise you would no longer accumulate. All funds currently due to you under the existing severance pay provisions are paid or may be transferred for future use. Workers must continue to accumulate severance pay until the collective agreement is formally signed. No other Treasury Board group has lasted as long as the FB Bargaining team to maintain our severance pay or get something in return that we did. As far as compensation, finishing rights and arms protection are concerned, this agreement is dramatically better than the final offer made to our team in the spring and on which the government wanted to impose a vote last summer. July 28, 2014 – And. Collective bargaining begins, doesn`t it? Negotiations on new collective agreements for most members began more than a year ago, but the government has repeatedly rejected our reasonable proposals for a fair settlement. Next month, our newly elected negotiating team will meet in Ottawa to prepare proposals for the next round of negotiations with the Board of Directors. Our bargaining team and the national leaders of the PSAC and THE CIU are committed to defending our hard-won collective agreement rights in the next round of bargaining and fighting for further gains for PSAC/CIU members at the CBSA. 14. This is a very competitive agreement and the result of the solidarity of PSAC/CIU members who work within the CBSA from coast to coast.

11 March 2016 – Treasury Board Negotiations: teams continue to focus on fair contracts The new joint committees, mandated by the Arms Treaty, are being set up. The new selection criteria under our agreement also apply. 8 May 2015 – Finance Law violates collective bargaining rights, written law sick leave 27 March 2015 – PA Group wants to strengthen seniority; signs agreement on mental health 18 June 2015 – FB bargaining team sends clear message: we will defend our right to free collective bargaining and resist on 1 May 2017 – Agreements ratified by the Ministry of Finance: what happens now? Our negotiating team unanimously recommends the ratification of our new agreement. The interim agreement signed Tuesday morning brings significant improvements to our collective agreement, demonstrating the strength and solidarity of CBSA membership. Our three-year agreement provides that a full explanation of the new agreement and a copy of the new language will be provided at the ratification meetings. Check with the PSAC regional office or visit the PSAC website for more information on data, schedules and locations. We will be sure to update them as things move forward. 13. April 2017 – PSAC members ratify new agreements with the Board of Directors After two years and eight months of negotiations, four final offers, petition campaigns, pickets, a final offer rejected by a court challenge, the filing of complaints of unfair labour practices and a final 24-hour bargaining session, our bargaining team reached an agreement with the Board of Directors/CBSA on the morning of Tuesday, October 22, at 11:00 a.m. . . .

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