Cs Group Tentative Agreement

The employer refused to acknowledge a recruitment and attachment issue affecting IT professionals within the federal government, despite insurmountable evidence to the contrary. The employer also refuses to address our issues of pay equity and fair market adjustment. These unique and urgent concerns form the basis of our monetary proposal. The employer`s failure to meet our demands resulted in no agreement being reached this week. This Annex shall be considered as part of the collective agreement between the parties and the workers. For permanent employees and part-time remuneration, the TSM is assessed in proportion to the severance pay provided for in the collective agreement. On Saturday, December 5, PIPSC members from across the country will gather for our Annual General Meeting (AGM)! Delegates from each group will vote on the motions, listen to the President`s speech, and set new directions for our union. Negotiator: UNIFOR Date of expiry of the collective agreement: 30 June 2022 Dispute settlement mechanism: arbitration For greater security, payments under B25.05 to B25.08 or similar provisions in other collective agreements are considered severance pay for the management of this clause. The Computer Systems (CS) collective agreement was signed on March 5, 2018. The amendments to the new agreement will enter into force on that date. NRC has 120 days to implement the new collective agreement.

Preparations for the upcoming tariff negotiations have begun. We seek contributions from all members on issues related to the various collective agreements. If you have problems with a certain clause in your. 1.1.32 Severance pay and other benefits under other clauses of collective agreements are separated from and added to the provisions of this Annex. Notwithstanding the employment security article of that collective agreement, in the event of a conflict between this Annex to the transition to employment and this Article, this Annex to the transition to employment shall have priority. . . .