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Cra Psac Collective Agreement 2016

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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. Improving work-life balance. It has been far too long since we have seen an increase in paid leave in our collective agreement. The government must use its money where it is when it comes to improving work-life balance within the CRA. And it`s time for the Agency to show that its «People First» philosophy is more than a slogan. With a victory for canada Revenue Agency (CRA) members who supported Canadians during this pandemic, PSAC-UTE has reached a preliminary agreement that provides for fair wages, no concessions and improved working conditions. The PSAC-UTE negotiating team is still in discussions with representatives of the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA). The current meeting, at which a new collective agreement of nearly 30,000 PSAC-UTE members will be negotiated, began on 14 July. Once we have received confirmation from the rating agency that it has received the Order to the Council, we will inform you of the exact date of signing of the new collective agreement.

Any worker who resigns by agreeing to an appointment in an organisation listed in Schedule I, IV or V of the Financial Management Act receives all severance pay resulting from the application of paragraph 61.01(b) (before 31 October 2016) or clauses 61.04 to 61.07 (from 31 October 2016). We therefore assume that we will be able to sign the new collective agreement in mid-November in the absence of an emergency that would delay the cabinet meeting. Once it is available, we will provide the final text and full details of the interim agreement. Shortly thereafter, PSAC-UTE members are invited to participate in the online ratification votes. Voting details will be released as soon as possible. A fair package of compensation. Our last contract expired on October 31, 2016, and our last pay increase was in November 2015, just over three years ago. We have earned reasonable wage increases, which are at least at the rate of rising cost of living. The signing of the new collective agreement brings this round of negotiations to an end. We look forward to continuing to work closely with PSAC-UTE and to support the interests of workers and Canadians in future collective bargaining. 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.

Our PSAC/UTE negotiating team met with the rating agency on June 20 and 21 to begin negotiations on a new collective agreement (since our current contract expired on October 31, 2016). Our team has made it clear to the Agency that if the union is prepared to negotiate in good faith, we are not interested in setbacks for our members and that we aspire to improvements in this round of negotiations. In the coming weeks, PSAC will meet with representatives of the Ministry of Finance and the rating agency to sign the new collective agreements. With the exception of retroactive monetary provisions, new contractual terms come into effect on the day of signing. PSAC-UTE will provide negotiation updates in the coming days.

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