Collective Agreement Operational Services

The employer considers that the SV agreement is a successful agreement that does not require major changes. As a result, the employer is presenting a reduced set of proposals that includes modest economic increases and changes to leave plans that are tailored to what was agreed with 34 other groups in the current round of bargaining. Some other groups, such as the FS group represented by PAFSO, have benefited from various targeted measures to meet their specific needs, but the total value of these specific improvements has been around 1% over the four years of their agreements. The employer proposes that the final language of the collective agreement, including any necessary subsequent amendments, be subject to agreement between the parties in a negotiated settlement. Between May 2018 and May 2019, the Public Utilities Alliance of Canada (PSSP) and the Treasury Board of Directors negotiated the renewal of the Operational Services (OAS) Collective Agreement, which expired on August 4, 2018 (Appendix #1). The employer`s intention, with the repeal of the ITRP, was not to eliminate the ITD, but to break the link with the classification. The employer wanted to negotiate, in the last round of collective agreements, a new calculation method that would come into force with the signing of the last SV contract (June 14, 2017); However, the parties have not reached agreement on this issue. Copies of current collective agreements for USJE members can be viewed by clicking on the fare category below. The PSAC also submitted 55 specific amendments to table SV, in 22 articles and 6 annexes.

These changes include increases in leave provisions, new allowances and other monetary and non-monetary items that are not currently included in the SV agreement and/or other CPA collective agreements. By negotiating in good faith, the Canadian government has reached 34 agreements in the current round of negotiations, covering more than 65,000 federal public service employees. These include 17 agreements with 11 bargaining agents representing CAP employees, as well as 17 agreements with four (4) bargaining agents representing workers working in separate agencies, including the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), the National Research Council (NRC) and the National Film Board (NFB). Under the SV collective agreement, the following 3 groups receive the SD: the following prison allowance replaces the former factor penological Allowance (PFA) and the Opender Supervision Allowance (OSA). The Parties agree that only incumbents of positions deemed to be entitled to the conclusion of this Collective Agreement and/or received from PFA will receive all CSC employees in contact with inmates or offenders, the Correctional Service Specific Duty Allowance (CSSDA), subject to the criteria set out below. . . .