I am not aware of any people or services that offer abbreviated comparisons of the various agreements. I think the safest way to be fully informed would be to read your whole new agreement, and you can compare it to the old one as you like. The only versions of the chords allow you to browse quickly and browse them. The AV, NR, RE, SH, SP, NRC (LS, IR, RO-RCO, TR), CRA (AFS), OSFI, CNSC (NUREG), NEB and NFB groups negotiated and ratified new collective agreements. Some groups continue their important work at the negotiating table. We stand in solidarity for a fair deal for every PIPSC member. When THE PSAC negotiates collective agreements with “separate employers,” these contracts are also taken into account. I am moving from a PM to a position in the EC and I would like to know if there are any resources available that highlight the differences between the two collective agreements without having to read each in its entirety. Should I, for example, use my unique right under the PA collective agreement? Would I have a new one under CE? Every piece of information is highly appreciated. Please put me in the right direction if we have already responded. Bargaining Partners: Federal Government Dockyard Trades and Labour Council (Esquimalt) (West) (FGDTLC (W)) Collective Agreement Expiry Date: 30.
January, 2023 Dispute Resolution Mechanism: Conciliation OTTAWA, ON, July 10, 2020 /CNW/ – In keeping with its obligation to enter into fair agreements for both workers and Canadians, the Government of Canada reached a preliminary agreement on July 9, 2020 with Canada`s largest federal public service union, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC). If ratified, the Canadian government will have reached agreements for this round of negotiations, which will cover nearly 60 per cent of public servants. There are not many differences, and most collective agreements play to catch up when someone gets something they don`t have in the next round. At the same time, the government reached a preliminary agreement with PSAC to compensate employees for damage to The Phoenix Compensation System and the late implementation of the 2014 collective agreements. If this compensation agreement is approved, this compensation agreement will apply to the 140,000 PSAC members paid by the Phoenix payment system. “I am pleased that PA employees, many of whom supported critical services to Canadians during the pandemic, have a new interim agreement and that all employees represented by PSAC are being compensated for the toll that the Phoenix payroll system has had on their lives. This is proof of our commitment to fair and equitable agreements, taking into account the current economic and fiscal environment. The three-year interim agreement applies to nearly 84,000 federal public servants represented and not represented in the Programs and Administrative Services (PA) group.