Pipsc Collective Agreement Fnha
Representatives of the Health Authority, PIPSC and PSAC First Nations, including Bob Jackson, REVP for BC, and Grace Maciver, President of PSAC Local 22000, met today to sign our first collective agreement. This appendix is considered an integral part of the collective agreement between the parties and the workers. 1.1.32 Severance pay and other benefits arising from other clauses of collective agreements are separate from those mentioned in this appendix and beyond. 5.1.1 Surplus workers and laid-off persons who, in accordance with this schedule, have been appointed to a lower position, must protect their wage allowances, if any, in accordance with the provisions of the collective agreement or, in the absence of such provisions, the corresponding provisions of the Agency`s policy, while preserving the remuneration of reclassification or transformation. If no agreement is reached within 18 months of the creation of the technical committee or at any time before that date, the parties agree to jointly appoint a mediator within 30 days. Salary (remuneration) – has the same meaning as the “wage rate” in the employee`s collective agreement. For indeterminate seasonal and part-time workers, the MST is assessed in the same way as it is unreasonable under the terms of the collective agreement. Muskalon Territory – Vancouver, British Columbia – Yesterday, after two years of negotiations, representatives of the FNHA, the Professional Institute of Public Service of Canada (PIPSC) and the Public Utilities Alliance of Canada (PSAC) celebrated the ratification of their collective agreements. These agreements were concluded on March 27, 2015 and May 28, 2015, respectively, and mark a historic milestone for all three parties as the first collective agreements of this type in Canada. Notwithstanding the section on job security in the collective agreement, this employment service annex is a priority in the event of a conflict between this annex to the transition of employment and this article.
As soon as TBS and PIPSC agree on interim language and programming, this agreement will be submitted to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and the PIPSC-IN bargaining table for ratification and inclusion in their collective agreement. 3. For workers appointed prior to the signing date of this agreement, their anniversary date is the date on which the worker received his last pay increase. “We are proud to be part of this historic agreement between our members and the First Nations health agency,” said Debi Daviau, President of PIPSC. “Our negotiating team has worked hard to represent the interests of our members, while realizing the needs of this new organization and on the basis of First Nations. This is not only the first agreement of its kind, but also the manner in which it was concluded. All parties involved should be congratulated. As experts, we strongly support and support the terms of this agreement and the historic goals they aim for: quality jobs in healthy communities. The purpose of this agreement is to implement the agreement between the employer and the Professional Institute of Public Service of Canada (`the parties`) on issues of friendliness.