An interim agreement was reached for the CS Group on 20 November 2017. The ratification packages will be sent soon to all members. Highlights of the Attempt Agreement Economic Increases Total compensation for all groups of… The signing of the new collective agreement brings this round of negotiations to an end. We look forward to continuing to work closely with PSAC-UTE and to support the interests of workers and Canadians in future collective bargaining. Preparations for the next tariff negotiations have begun. We ask all members to contribute to issues of concern within the various collective agreements. If you have problems with a particular clause in your… Bargaining Partners: UNIFOR Collective Agreement Airtime: June 30, 2022 Dispute Resolution Mechanism: Conciliation I am pleased to announce that the majority of the AD, AS, CS, PG and TO groups have voted in favour of the adoption of the new collective agreements.
On behalf of the negotiating committees, the negotiating team and the AECB, thank you all. The next steps are for… These agreements increase wages by 8% over a four-year day. We are proud to announce that after several days of joint negotiations, RCEA has concluded preliminary agreements with NRC for five bargaining units: AD, AS, CS, PG and TO. The CS Group has ratified the interim agreement. NRC has been notified. The NRC must now begin its own authorization process. We do not know how long it will take, but we will continue to provide updates. The Collective Agreement on Computer Systems (CS) was signed on March 5, 2018. Changes to the new agreement will come into effect that day. NRC has 120 days to implement the new collective agreement.
The new collective agreement will enter into force on November 13, 2020 and will apply from November 1, 2016 to October 31, 2021 included. From the date of signature, the rating agency has 180 days to implement the provisions of the collective agreement, including retroactive compensation. Details of the collective agreement are available on the PSAC-UTE website. The negotiations in this round were divided into a central table on a general economic increase in base compensation for all groups of the Treasury Board and the various group bargaining teams negotiating group-specific issues. The Central Table reached an agreement that was announced on May 28, 2019. The gains made at the central table provide a good foundation and your team is confident that they will eventually be included in the provisional final agreement cs. The CS Group congratulates the groups that have concluded interim agreements. The employer refused to acknowledge a recruitment and retention problem affecting IT professionals in the federal government, despite insurmountable evidence to the contrary. The employer also refuses to address our issues of pay parity and fair market adjustment.