May 1, 2017 – Treasury agreements ratified: what happens now? The employer also reimburses the worker for all interest or other penalties or administrative losses or expenses resulting from a calculation or deduction of improper wages or a breach of the compensation obligation under this collective agreement. The parties agreed to create a task force consisting of a steering committee and a technical committee to develop a new staff welfare plan. The plan included income replacement parameters, treatment of existing health insurance banks and changes to sick leave in PSAC collective agreements, with wage provisions. In the last round of negotiations, the employer`s proposal was included in other collective agreements, such as. B as the Financial Management Groups (FI), Audit, Commerce and Purchasing (AV), Health Services (SH) and Electronic (EL). Comparisons also include targeted improvements worth about 1% over the life of the agreements. For most of the 34 groups, these improvements are in the form of two-year wage adjustments: 0.8% in 1 year and 0.2% in 2. These include the Economics and Social Services (EC) group, represented by the Canadian Professional Workers Association (CAPE), the Financial Management Group (FI), represented by the Association of Canadian Financial Officers (ACFO), and the Architecture, Engineering and Land Survey (NR), represented by the Professional Service Institute of Canada (PIPSC). For some other groups, including the Audit, Trade and Purchasing (AV) groups, the health services (HS) represented by PIPSC and the External Services Group (FS), represented by the Professional Federation of External Action Officials (PAFSO), the parties agreed to allocate the 1% differently depending on the specific circumstances of each group; However, the total value of these targeted adjustments should not exceed 1%. The Government of Canada engages in good faith negotiations and has a history of productive negotiations that respect its dedicated workforce.
Their approach to collective bargaining is to negotiate agreements that are appropriate for Canadian public servants, negotiators and taxpayers.