Cra Ute Collective Agreement

The PSAC and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) today signed the new collective agreement ratified on September 29 by PSAC-UTE members. The contract includes approximately 27,500 employees of the federal public service. The PSAC has since signed collective agreements for nearly 120,000 civil service employees. You will find all the information on www.ontario.psac.com; If anyone has additional questions, I can help you get an answer in time for them to vote on this agreement. Notwithstanding the provisions of clause 63.03 relating to the calculation of retroactive payments and clause 65.02 relating to the period of implementation of the collective agreement, this memorandum is to enter into force the agreement between the employer and the Public Utilities Alliance of Canada on a modified approach to the calculation and management of retroactive payments for the current round of negotiations. Unlike provisional collective agreements, which must be voted on by PSAC members, Phoenix`s damages agreement had to be ratified by the PSAC National Board of Directors. The Board of Directors voted unanimously on the offer on July 3. We will communicate the final text and full details of the provisional agreement as soon as it is available. Shortly thereafter, PSAC-UTE members are invited to participate in online ratification votes. The details of the votes shall be communicated as soon as possible. Please keep your contact information up to date via the Member Portal in order to continue to obtain information on the implementation of collective agreements and the Phoenix transaction.

In marketing cases in which tenders will be part of the process, the members of the DUSA Joint Committee shall make every right to reach agreement on the criteria relating to personnel matters (e.g. working conditions, pension and health benefits, number of employees) to be used in the context of the tendering procedure (RFP). The committee will respect the contractual rules of the federal government. The provisions of the collective agreement on severance pay complement the TSM. Subject to and as provided in section 215 of the FPSLRA, the alliance may make a class complaint to the employer on behalf of bargaining unit workers who feel aggrieved by the interpretation or application of a provision of a collective agreement or arbitration award that applies to those workers. Once approved by the Governor, he will publish a regulation to the Council. Then the CRA and the PSAC-UTE will meet shortly after to sign the new collective agreement. 49.01 The employer recognizes the usefulness of training leave. Upon written request of the worker and with the agreement of the employer, a worker may be granted training leave without pay for different periods of up to one (1) year, renewable by mutual agreement, in order to travel to a recognized institution of study in a field of education where preparation is necessary to fulfill the current role of the worker or to study in a to perform a number of services that the employer needs or plans to perform a number of services that the employer needs or plans to furnish….