Pe Group Collective Agreement

Pe Group Collective Agreement

The wage rate of a worker at the time of the first appointment must not be less than the minimum rate and cannot be higher than the maximum rate applicable to the classification level in the group to which he is appointed by the Board. The AV, NR, RE, SH, SP, NRC (LS, IR, RO-RCO, TR), CRA (AFS), OSFI, CNSC (NUREG), NEB and NFB groups negotiated and ratified new collective agreements. Some groups continue their important work at the negotiating table. We stand in solidarity for a fair deal for every PIPSC member. I noticed someone on gCconnex GROUP HR mentions new payment phrases for the PE group. Who knows? Some groups and levels have pay scales or ranges in which there are barriers beyond which a worker`s salary can only go after the certificate that the worker has acquired the required qualifications. Pay rates will change within one hundred and eighty (180) after the signing of the Collective Financial Management Agreement (FI). In accordance with Schedule “E” of the FI collective agreement, rates are paid in the form of lump sum payments before the change in remuneration: when a worker is appointed by the Board at a higher classification level of the same group, he is paid at the next rate in the new classification, which grants the worker a wage increase that provides for at least the minimum increase in the higher classification level to which he is appointed by the Council. In the absence of such a rate, the worker receives the maximum rate on his new scale.

When the employee is appointed to a higher classification with a salary range and no increase, the employee receives a salary of at least 5% (5%) (the maximum salary for the amount to which the employee is appointed) higher than his current salary, which must be between the minimum and the maximum of the salary margin of the higher position. Personal vacation needs without pay can be taken twice in a career (according to the PA agreement, it is only once); I have just received a copy of a TBS memo confirming the above notes (it is november 7, 2019, but the effective date is July 31, 2019). It appears that the unrepresented PE group (mainly HR consultants) is now being treated as ESCs for the purposes of its terms of employment. In the past, they were treated as if they were covered by the PA agreement. For the purposes of calculating periods of service for wage earnings, a “month” is a calendar month in which a worker is paid for at least seventy-five hours (75) hours. Non-payment leave periods of more than one (1) month for the semi-annual stages and more than two (2) months for annual mark-ups delay an authorized increase in the number of days of rest without payment, unless otherwise provided in this plan. An increase is not permitted for a worker during a period of leave without pay, unless leave without pay for educational or military purposes or if the choice in a full-time municipal office has been approved or provided for by the Council.


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