Please keep your contact information up-to-date through the members portal to continue to obtain information on the implementation of collective agreements and the Phoenix comparison. The EU proposes that the new collective agreement expire on 20 June 2021. The employer believes that the current amount of assistance is sufficient. The delegate to the negotiations did not prove otherwise. In addition, this amount was recently increased from $10,000 to $15,000 in the last round of negotiations with the collective agreement signed in June 2017. Within the framework of the federal public administration, separate agencies pursue the same general objectives of government; they commit to negotiating in good faith agreements that are fair and reasonable to Canadian workers, negotiators and taxpayers. In June 2011, the collective agreement introduced an annual compensation of $2,000 for established AS-02 compensation advisors to address issues of retention in the compensation community. The employer proposes to include this formula in the agreement so that it provides a basis for future funding increases. Within the working group, TBS and PSPC considered different options for retroactive payment processing and implementation of the monetary components of collective agreements as a whole. The Government of Canada is committed to negotiating in good faith with all public sector negotiators. The government`s approach is to negotiate agreements that are appropriate for Canadian employees, negotiators and taxpayers. In May 2017, PSAC and other CPA bargaining partners decided to create and assign a joint committee of the De Phoenix employers` union to resolve the issue of damage to workers caused by the Phoenix compensation system. Between May 2017 and June 2019, this committee worked independently of the tariff schedules.

Notwithstanding the previous paragraph, departments may, with the Agreement of the Alliance, change the dates for submitting leave applications. If the bid dates are changed, the employer must respond to the request for leave 15 days after these filing dates; Like the Phoenix compensation agreement, jointly developed by the federal government and other negotiators in 2019, the agreement includes measures to help those who have had unreought financial costs and capital income and who have experienced personal and financial difficulties. The agreement also includes general compensation for current and former PSAC employees. On June 12, 2019, an agreement was reached between the employer and 15 negotiating partners on the damage caused to Phoenix. Psac did not accept the terms of the agreement, which includes up to 5 days of paid leave and compensation for monetary and non-monetary losses. This agreement compensated for damages for the pending action of these negotiating partners and their members after unfair labour complaints and political and individual complaints were filed. The bargaining agent did not demonstrate that his proposed section 35 amendments were justified.