Sp Collective Agreement Pipsc

The agreement makes substantial improvements to the PS collective agreement by improving benefits such as: “Our members are doing their best in Canada and their families. We went into these negotiations to reach an agreement that recognizes and supports this,” said Debi Daviau, President of PIPSC.¬†We have made progress on parental leave and we have received wage increases that reflect the increase in the cost of living. This agreement will improve the lives of our members. Audit, Trade and Purchasing (AV), Audit, Financial and Science (AFS) and Patent Review Group (SP) professionals have guaranteed these measures in their group-specific preliminary agreements. Other PIPSC groups will be able to do the same as soon as they reach interim agreements at their negotiating tables. Bargaining Partners: Federal Government Dockyard Trades and Labour Council (Esquimalt) (West) (FGDTLC (W)) Collective Agreement Expiry Date: January 30, 2023 Dispute Resolution Mechanism: Conciliation The signing of the new collective agreement concludes this round of negotiations. We look forward to continuing to work closely with PSAC-UTE and to support the interests of workers and Canadians in future collective bargaining. PIPSC and the Ministry of Finance secretariat recognize the shortcomings of the Phoenix payment system. That is why PIPSC has agreed – only for this round – to increase the timetable for the implementation of the collective agreement to 180 days. In return, each member of the SP receives $400. The most complex cases may take up to 560 days in the tides if manual intervention is required. The agreement includes a historic victory with 10 days of paid leave for survivors of domestic violence. “We want to ensure that the workplace is not a barrier for survivors seeking help when faced with domestic violence.

This is an important step in this direction,” Daviau said. “Our members have taken precedence over scientific integrity, attribution, tax justice and the replacement of Phoenix. With this agreement, we are now making historic progress to end workplace nuisances and protect measures to combat domestic violence,” said Mr. Daviau. “Our membership is focused, knowledgeable and dedicated – that`s how we get results.” We would like to thank the members of the two negotiating teams who, working in a climate of cooperation and mutual respect, contributed to the successful conclusion of this collective bargaining. You will find all the information about your new collective agreement in your ratification package. www.pipsc.ca/groups/sp/bargaining-update-12-you-voted-in-favour-new-collective-agreement When an interim agreement was reached on May 25, 2019, we held with our negotiators and more than 32 lunches and learners across the country, which reached thousands of members, we held at the town hall.

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