When Will The Pa Collective Agreement Be Signed


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Employees must opt for standard or extended leave before the start of parental leave, and once this decision is made, it is irrevocable. Parents who were already on leave at the time the new contract was signed cannot opt for another option. PSAC and Treasury Board today signed new collective agreements for the Programs and Administrative Services (CP) and Technical Services (TB) groups, which were ratified by members on September 29. Both bargaining units have more than 80,000 employees in the federal public service. PSAC and Treasury Board also signed the Phoenix Damage Agreement reached this summer. Employees who begin their parental leave before the signing of the new collective agreement are subject to the remuneration provisions of the previous collective agreement, those who begin parental leave on or after the date of signature are subject to the remuneration provisions of the new collective agreement. The Government remains committed to establishing collective agreements with all outstanding bargaining entities for this round of bargaining, including those represented by the PSAC. If an employee opts for the option of extended parental leave under Employment Insurance and begins his leave before the signing of the collective agreement, he will receive an additional allowance of 93% of his weekly wage rate for all weeks during which he takes parental leave and receives up to a maximum of 37 weeks ei. If the employee remains off work during extended parental leave, the allowance expires after a maximum of 37 weeks. However, EI will continue until the employee returns to work or the EI benefit expires. At the same time, the government also reached a preliminary agreement with the PSAC to compensate employees for damages caused by the phoenix wage system and the late implementation of the 2014 collective agreements. If approved, this compensation agreement applies to the 140,000 APSB members paid through the Phoenix compensation system.

“I am pleased that PA Group employees, many of whom have supported key services to Canadians during the pandemic, have reached a new, tempting agreement and that all employees represented by PSAC are being paid for the burden that the Phoenix compensation system has placed on their lives. This demonstrates our commitment to fair and equitable agreements, taking into account the current economic and fiscal environment. Given that the agreement had been ratified on September 29 and the votes were in favor, all that remained was the signing to push this new Phoenix compensation agreement. It all happened on October 22nd. .

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