Psac Federal Government Collective Agreement

The agreement, first announced in July 2020 as an interim agreement, was jointly developed by PSAC and the federal government and provides compensation for damages sustained in the 2016-17 to 2019-20 fiscal years. This appendix to the collective agreement applies to all members represented by the Public Utilities Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and for whom the rating agency is the employer. Unless specifically stated, the provisions of Parties I to VI do not apply to other delivery initiatives. 41.05 All leave taken on leave without pay for long-term care of a parent or leave without pay for child care and child care in accordance with previous collective agreements for the delivery of the program and administrative services or other agreements are not included in the calculation of the maximum time provided for the care of the family for the duration of a worker`s employment in the public service. This memorandum aims to implement the agreement reached between the credit rating agency and psac as part of the negotiations on the renewal of the agreement on the bargaining unit of the provision of the program and administrative services. 2016-2021 PSAC-UTE Collective Agreement and Compensation Networks As well as the Phoenix Compensation Agreement jointly developed in 2019 by the federal government and other negotiators, this agreement includes measures to assist 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. 28.03 Payments made under the provisions of the collective agreement and clause 28.01 mentioned above cannot be implemented, i.e. a worker does not receive more than one benefit for the same benefit.

At the time of signing the collective agreement, the employer makes available to each worker a one-time lump sum payment of $400. 18.16 If it turns out that the complaint is such that a decision cannot be made below a certain level of authority, all levels, with the exception of the final level, may be eliminated by the agreement of the employer and the employee and, if necessary, of the Alliance. 1.1.21 For the period of choice, the rating agency pays for wage and other authorized costs, such as teaching, travelling, moving and retraining workers and laid-off persons, as stipulated in the collective agreement and Cra`s policy; All approved termination fees and salary protection for lower-level appointments. Notwithstanding the provisions of item 63.03 on the calculation of retroactive payments and section 65.02 on the date of application of the cooling-off contracts, this memorandum must conclude the agreement between the employer and the Public Utilities Alliance of Canada on a modified approach to calculating and managing retroactive payments for the current round of negotiations. In order to improve security, payments under paragraphs 62.04 to 62.07 or similar provisions in other collective agreements are considered a termination benefit for the management of this clause.