Pa Collective Agreement 2014
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. The interim agreement would increase the economy and the group overall by 6.64 per cent over three years until July 2021, the smallest increase recorded last year, in line with the current economic environment. New provisions on care leave, extending parental leave and up to 10 days of domestic violence leave are also included in the interim agreement. Like the Phoenix compensation agreement, jointly developed by the federal government and other negotiators in 2019, the agreement includes measures to help those who have had unreought financial costs and capital income and who have experienced personal and financial difficulties. The agreement also includes general compensation for current and former PSAC employees. In June 2018, as part of the current round of negotiations, the negotiation delegate proposed to remove this MoA (reproduced above) from PSAC`s collective agreements. The Board of Directors approves the mandate of the Advisory Committee. This date may be extended by mutual agreement between the members of the Board of Directors. The mandate of the advisory committee may be changed from time to time by mutual agreement between the members of the board. In its approach to collective bargaining and renewal of collective agreements, the employer`s objective is to ensure fair compensation for workers while respecting its overall budgetary responsibility and commitments to the priorities of government and Canadians.
The negotiating partner also proposes to increase the quantum of the award-winning bonus for work on a given paid leave from 1.5 to double time, making it a triple day`s work at work (value of the day, plus twice the pay of the time worked). The current law is consistent with other CPA collective agreements. has the same meaning as that defined in the applicable terms and conditions of the employer`s employment at the time of the signing of this agreement. The 34 agreements concluded within the CPA and agencies include a number of common items, including fundamental economic increases and other monetary and non-monetary elements. During the 2014 round of negotiations, the parties agreed to abolish the Penological Allowance (PFA) and the Open SupervisionIng Allowance (OSA) and created the Correctional Specific Duty Allowance (CSSDA). According to the employer, the introduction of a public safety allowance would result in an overlap in allowances with the CSSDA and would amount to a return to previous payments of AFP and OSA negotiated in the last round of collective agreements. In addition, the eligibility criteria for the proposed public safety allowance are not clearly defined; In its current form, it could be a payment to each employee in the public safety portfolio, regardless of the particular circumstances faced by the employee. In addition, the 34 agreements contain the same Memorandum of Understanding on the implementation of collective agreements.