Translation Bureau Collective Agreement

This memorandum ends with the publication of the new directive or (expiry of the collective agreement), whichever happens first. Any agreement reached during the current cycle with 11 bargaining agents for 17 bargaining units within the CPA provides for a period of four years. The same applies to separate agencies. The employer considers that it would be appropriate to include the same duration for the PA group. This is the appropriate term for this agreement at this stage, given the known factors. Indeed, the employer`s position is that the negotiation of everything that takes place before the decision of the board of directors on affiliation under section 58 is synonymous with usurpation of the authority of the FPSLREB. The inclusion of a reference in the collective agreement, whether as an RCMP or of a general nature, is not appropriate. The employer`s proposal is a reasonable compromise. The proposed provision ensures that, upon request, a printed copy of the collective agreement is made available to workers when electronic access is not available.

The employer argues that it would be inappropriate or that the parties would negotiate such provisions and incorporate them into the collective agreement, as this would severely limit the employer`s ability to assign the workload to probation officers, which is a prerogative of managers under section 7 of the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Act. In addition, parts of the proposal (e.g. B WP.05) would oblige the employer to assign responsibilities to certain workers, which is also incompatible with Article 7. The Canadian government is committed to negotiating in good faith and has a history of negotiations that are productive and respectful of their dedicated collaborators. Their approach to collective bargaining is to negotiate appropriate agreements for public service employees, negotiators and Canadian taxpayers. This Memorandum of Understanding is to come into force with the child care agreement between the employer and the Public Services Alliance of Canada. Following the work of the National Committee for Joint Care for Children, the Parties agree on the establishment of a Joint Management Committee of the Union for Children in progress. The Joint Management Committee of the Children`s Union is established to continue the work of the National Committee for Joint Care for Children and transmits the committee`s recommendations in addition to other measures identified by further research and analysis and agreed upon by the parties. The employer therefore asks the Commission to add to its report the proposal for a four-year collective agreement, with the models of economic increases of 2%, 2%, 1.5% and 1.5% plus 1% for group-specific economic measures.

The employer already grants 11 statutory holidays to its employees. . . .