Tr Group Collective Agreement

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. 2.1 On 18 December 2003, representatives of the Canadian Association of Employment Professionals (CAPE) and the Secretariat of the Human Rights Council (TBS) reached an agreement to resolve the TR Group complaint, filed pursuant to sections 10 and 11 of the Canadian Human Rights Act. This agreement was first ratified by the TR members of the CAPE group, then approved by the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) on February 10, 2004 and finally approved by all parties on February 20, 2004. It is necessary that the pay equity agreement be concluded within 120 calendar days from the date of authorization (February 20 to 27, 2004). The authorized staff of the TR Group should therefore benefit from their adaptation to pay equity until 19 June 2004 at the latest. The TR collective agreement applies to federal employees in the Translation Group (TR). We are negotiating the agreement with the Board of Directors of Canada, which is covered by the Federal Public Sector Relations Act. The last Employment Department of the Board of Directors will be responsible for issuing salary adjustment payments for all current and former employees who worked in different departments during the period retroactive to April 1, 1990 to April 18, 2003. Retroactive payments for this period are all complete, as no recalculations can be made for salary-related benefits such as transportation, action orders, overtime, severance pay and unused leave for this period. This Agreement does not provide for the payment of interest. All staff members occupying an TR position on March 18, 2004 have been automatically adjusted to their salaries to reflect the new rates set out in the attached Appendix A. The revised salary reflected the increase of US$3,845 in the annual rate of pay set by the agreement.

The new rate of pay was reflected in regular compensation for payment period 7, 2004 (regular cheque dated April 7, 2004). 23.09.9 The time limits provided for in this section may be extended by mutual agreement between the Council, the assistant and, where applicable, the Professional Institute. (a) the interpretation or application of a provision of the collective agreement or an arbitration award, or 33.01 NrC Workforce Adjustment Policy is part of this collective agreement and is reviewed and negotiated by the signatories of the Directive in accordance with the conditions described in the Directive. Please see the rates in the AV collective agreement. In 2017, the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board decided that members of RCMP CIVIL, classified trL, who essentially perform work similar to those of members of the TR public service, should be considered public servants. When this decision comes into effect, TRL workers will be covered by the TR collective agreement and will be considered part of the TR bargaining unit. Until then, the existing rcmp terms and conditions for TRL members will remain in effect. However, these members are entitled to certain CAPE benefits, including assistance with complaint filing and representation in discussions with the Treasury Board Secretariat. . . .