· A new procedure will be used for all new cases of maladministration, in accordance with Article 22.13.2 of the collective agreement, which deals with issues relating to essia in several departments. The current collective agreement for all PAHO workers expired on December 31, 2014. The polling stations of 20, 21 June and 22 votes will soon be decided. With the votes before the end of June, the union ensures that members can immediately use the first pay increase in the bids, scheduled for July 1, if the agreements are ratified. (TORONTO) – Members of PAHO`s Central Division voted 67 per cent in favour of the recent interim agreement between opsEU and the Ontario government, while Unified Division approved it at 78 per cent. The ratification took place on 27, 28 and 29 October. The employer responded at 4:53 p.m. .m. Don`t move. No change.

Apparently, Premier Kathleen Wynne`s public statement that she “believes in the collective bargaining process” does not extend to negotiations on a fair collective agreement. Your negotiating team reached an interim agreement on September 22. We did not disclose the transaction at the request of the correctional team, which continues to negotiate with the government. As the dates for the negotiations for the corrections were not scheduled until November, it was decided to announce the interim agreement without further delay. “We remain convinced that we can reach an agreement with the prison team that balances the interests of our employees with the need to provide sustainable and affordable public services,” she said, referring to the ongoing dispute with OPSEU jailers. Although the agreement makes minor concessions, they are minimal compared to the benefits obtained. In addition, your negotiating team was able to mitigate all the concessions still on the table. · Current temporary workers have a unique 31-day opportunity after the date of ratification of the collective agreement to receive benefits under Section 39 (additional health insurance and hospital insurance) and section 40 (dental plan) if they pay 100% of the premium for these benefits. Details of the interim agreement will follow. Thomas also commended the members and local representatives for their invaluable support and all participants in the negotiations for their assistance in the best possible agreement.

“I couldn`t be more proud to be part of a union that, in the face of harassment and alarmism, is a united front. The employer was forced to resign if he was confronted with the solidarity and determination of the members. We now have two jobs ahead of us. The central/unified team will begin negotiations on the nearly 1,400 SEA agreements. The aim is to ensure that all agreements are fully compliant with the legislation applicable to this process. It won`t be a quick process, but there is no prediction for exactly how long… Or how much… these negotiations will continue. When he commented on the preliminary agreement, Thomas quickly began to summarize the government`s “zero net” attitude. “Even when the Liberals cut the salaries of public employees, they treated the largest companies with generous tax cuts. These cuts cost Ontario $2.5 billion a year – more than the total wage bill of PAHO employees represented by PAHO. · The OPS Table Talk 2015 Collective Agreement Issue 28 – Details of the preliminary agreement reached by Central/Unified bargaining team with the government, a model agreement on the division of labour has been added. The trial period is nine months.

This was amended to increase a worker`s probation period to 12 months, but only by mutual agreement between the worker, the union and the employer. Four years: January 1, 2018 – December 31, 2021 October 6, OPSEU announced that your Central/Unified PAHO negotiating team has preliminary agreements with the employer for both the central collective agreement applicable to all OPSEU members in the Ontario Public Service (OPS) and the single collective agreement that covers all PAHO members outside the correction unit.