Pe Collective Agreement Rates Of Pay

Exclusion Rate – Valid from April 1, 1994 to September 30, 1997 *Rates of pay change within one hundred and eighty (180) after the signing of the Financial Management Collective Agreement (FI). In accordance with Annex “E” of the FI collective agreement, the rates are paid before the change of wages on a lump sum basis: please consult the rates of pay in the AV. 2 collective agreement. Since January 1, 1999, rates of pay are not directly related to the number of years of study. Organizations have delegated the authority to offer students a salary within a salary range for a certain university level. However, it is recommended that departments ensure consistent student compensation within the organization. In accordance with the EC Agreement in relation to the PA Agreement, the former rates of pay of the CA Group are available in the archived Salary Management Directive for the Career Assignment Program Group. Where persons are employed as management or confidentiality in a professional category and at a level covered by a collective agreement and their rates of pay have not been fixed by the board of directors, they shall be paid at the rates of pay fixed by the collective agreement concerned. The provisions of the CEF are covered by the NJC-CEF Directive instead of an annex to the agreement.

X) Applies to tariffs previously approved on 18 June 2015 (increase of 5% (0.5% on 1 April 2014) Tariffs are not allowed by collective agreements Some collective agreements provide for lump sum payments to employees instead of retroactive increases or compensatory premiums. Unless otherwise provided by the Treasury Board, these lump sum payments must also be paid to workers excluded from the collective agreement as managerial or confidential exclusions, although they are classified in a category or occupational level covered by the collective agreement. Rates of pay will be adjusted within 180 days of December 18, 2019. Changes in rates of pay, with a validity date from 26 January 2019 until the salary adjustment date, shall be paid on a lump sum basis in accordance with Annex F. In particular, the rates of pay for the ES-08 group can be found in the archived economics and social sciences services. The PE Group has received salary increases in the past equivalent to those negotiated with the PA Group (represented by PSAC), but given the current state of negotiations with PSAC, it is unlikely that the Group will have a new agreement in the foreseeable future. It is certainly possible that the Board of Directors will apply the same increases as those agreed with the other unions that have reached agreements – the economic increases have been quite consistent in all the other groups, so it is obvious that the Board of Directors would increase the pe rates in the same way. . . .