Ute Tentative Agreement

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“Our negotiating team is interested in improving rates, not going backwards,” said UTE 2nd National Vice President Adam Jackson. The rating agency has 180 days from the date of signing of the new collective agreement: once it is available, we will provide the final text and full details of the preliminary agreement. Shortly thereafter, PSAC-UTE members are invited to participate in the online ratification votes. Voting details will be released as soon as possible. Unlike the provisional collective agreements that must be voted on by PSAC members, the Phoenix Damage Agreement required ratification by the PSAC National Board of Directors. On July 3, the Board of Directors voted unanimously in favour of the offer. 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. Our negotiating team unanimously recommends the ratification of the interim agreement. 19.03 By mutual agreement, the parties may use a mediator to resolve a complaint in relation to discrimination.

The selection of the mediator is done by mutual agreement. Elsewhere in Canada, there was recognition of the need to ensure the stability and fair compensation of public service employees during this pandemic. The Ontario government negotiated and settled its accounts with its teachers` unions in the first weeks of the crisis, and the Quebec government is at the negotiating table with unions representing more than 500,000 public service employees. Even large federal employers, such as The Post Office, reached a preliminary agreement with PSAC members a few days ago. For seasonal and part-time permanent workers, the MST is assessed in the same way as reasonably under the terms of the collective agreement. The PSAC-Union of Taxation Employees (PSAC-UTE) negotiating team met with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) on January 21 and 24 to continue negotiations on a new collective agreement. 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. This appendix to the collective agreement applies to all members represented by the Public Utilities Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and for whom the rating agency is the employer.

Unless specifically stated, the provisions of Parties I to VI do not apply to other delivery initiatives. 8.01 The rating agency will continue to provide coverage to Dental Plan employees, as included in the agreement between the Treasury Board and the Public Service Alliance of Canada, amended from time to time by the terms of the long-term care agreement between the Public Service Alliance of Canada and the Treasury Board. Effective November 1, 2007, workers are compensated under the corresponding wage structure, as set out in Schedule A of the PSAC/CRA collective agreement, which expired October 31, 2007, until the employee is converted to the new DEEPS DE CLASSE ACS-SP standard.