The purpose of this Memorandum of Understanding is to confirm an agreement between the employer and the establishment regarding the continuation of the alternative leave deferral scheme under paragraph 15.07 d for workers classified within the MG group and the reimbursement of annual dues recognised for AFS bargaining units converted into MG groups. PSAC has reached an interim agreement that provides for wage increases, no concessions, improved working conditions and a revolutionary increase in the posted contribution rate for nearly 10,000 members of the Operational Services (SV) group on the Treasury Board. The government proposes to exploit these important benefits negotiated through collective agreements. “Instead of promoting healthy employment, the government is once again showing contempt for its workers and for public services in general,” said Robyn Benson, National President of the Public Service Alliance of Canada. We noted that CFIA management distributed to superiors a diagram for the interpretation of overtime and mileage with instructions to immediately apply new rules for OT and mileage. This diagram changes the way collective agreements on mileage and overtime are traditionally interpreted. PSAC members working for the Canadian Food Inspection Agency today ratified a new collective agreement with their employer. Members voted for the first time in favour of a new electronic voting system. President Debi Daviau signed the agreement with the Treasury Board, which provides compensation for all PIPSC members paid by Phoenix. Details of the agreement were announced earlier this month. This agreement provides for each member paid by Phoenix for five days of paid leave as compensation. Members have a lawsuit to get every dollar they lost to Phoenix, as well as a mechanism to be compensated for their damages. The updated days off and claims process will take effect 150 days after signing on November 12, 2019.
The Treasury Board of Directors and 15 public service unions have reached this joint agreement, which will compensate 146,000 current and former employees paid by Phoenix. READ THE NEWS RELEASE The agreement applies to workers, retired employees, former employees and sheds of deceased employees. Separate agencies are expected to double the agreement soon. The answers to your frequently asked questions about this Phoenix compensation agreement are now available. PHOENIX FAQs Although not properly paid, our members have come to work every day to give their best to public service. We cannot erase the loss and suffering Phoenix has caused to these dedicated public service professionals. However, with the obligations and compensation under this regime, the Department of Finance has made significant progress. To help you handle your individual Phoenix case, please contact our PIPSC Phoenix team. The Department of Finance`s bargaining teams returned to Ottawa from June 15-19 to continue work on their next collective agreement.
B. The worker receives the following daily amount for each calendar day for which the worker is paid in accordance with Schedule “A” of the PIPSC-AFS group collective agreement. This daily amount is equal to the annual amount shown below for each position and by level divided by two hundred and sixty decimals eight (260.88); If both parties agree, the parties agree to reopen the collective agreement so that the collective agreement can only be amended to the extent that the text of the EWSP is contained and accepts its subsequent amendments. These re-openings are not intended to vary other elements – the only purpose is the changes related to the EWSP.