On June 12, 2019, an agreement was reached between the employer and 15 bargaining partners on damage to Phoenix (Chart #4). Psac did not accept the terms of the agreement, which includes up to five days of paid leave and compensation for monetary and non-monetary losses. From the day the collective agreement is signed, to address the recruitment and retention problems of GL-MAM building systems technicians and technicians, or equivalents in the Operational Services Group (SV). From the day the collective agreement was signed to address the problems of hiring and retaining B-MAM K-lte-HVAC technicians in the Operational Services (SV) group. The employer will provide cold GL-MAM CCS technicians, including established GL-MAM building technicians, who have confirmation of refrigeration and air conditioning systems that have a refrigeration and air conditioning certificate and who perform the duties of a gl-MAM HVAC refrigerant technician, will award an annual term allowance of $8,000 ($8,000). Both parties are committed to balancing work and private life and recognize it, as it not only benefits employees, but also contributes to the quality of services provided to Canadians. In this sense, flexible working arrangements are supported by the collective agreement of the parties as well as other policies and practices. The employer believes that there is no evidence to predict wage increases for the SV group that exceed the cumulative increases that employees in the 17 CPA groups and 17 federal agency groups receive on a four-year contract. There is no reason to support the significantly higher economic increases envisaged by PSAC, in addition to market adjustments of between 9% and 39%. Through sound and good faith negotiations, the Canadian government has concluded 34 agreements during this round of negotiations, which include more than 65,000 employees of the federal public service. These include comparisons with 15 different negotiators representing 17 bargaining units within the CPA and 17 groups of workers in separate agencies. This proposal is a doubling of the provisions contained in the Agreement on Programming and Administration Services (AP) – Article 28.07: recall of a remote site. The technical committee will develop all the agreements and documents necessary to support the implementation of an EMF in the next round of collective bargaining.
This work must be completed within one year of the signing.