Collective Agreement Service Canada

C10.38 Both the Union and the employer may submit a political complaint to the other regarding the interpretation or application of the collective agreement with respect to one or the bargaining unit in general. 2. The House may delay the processing of the application until it is satisfied that the employer and the negotiator have made every reasonable effort to reach an essential service agreement. 110 (1) Subject to the other provisions of this part, the employer, the bargaining partner of a bargaining unit and the deputy head of a particular division covered by Schedule I of the Financial Management Act or, for any other part of the public administration covered by Schedule IV of the Act, may, in common, negotiate collective agreements in accordance with all conditions of employment for all workers in the collective agreement unit. , this department or any other part of the federal public administration. 3. Parties, If a worker is recalled to work under the conditions described in B5.01 and is obliged to use transportation services other than ordinary public transport, the worker is reimbursed for the reasonable costs incurred by the worker as follows: 114 Subject to the objectives of this part and Section 1 of Part 2.1 is a collective agreement for the employer , the bargaining partner and each worker in the collective agreement unit on the date and end of the effective date. To the extent that the collective agreement deals with matters within the meaning of Section 12 of the Financial Management Act, the collective agreement is also mandatory on that date for any deputy director responsible for any part of the state administration that employs workers in the collective agreement unit. The Technical Committee reviews practices in other Canadian jurisdictions and employers that could be instructive for the public service, while recognizing that not all jobs are equal. The federal public service`s health and safety committees will be consulted in accordance with the requirements of the steering committee and leading Canadian experts in the field of health and disability management.

The parties agree that the deadlines set out in this agreement can only be extended in writing by mutual agreement. 120 The employer has the exclusive right to determine at any time at what level an essential service should be rendered to the public or to a portion of the public, including the extent and frequency with which the service is to be rendered. Nothing in this department should be construed as limiting this right. 111 The CFO may enter into a collective agreement for a bargaining unit that does not consist of a bargaining unit made up of workers from a separate agency, in accordance with the rules or procedures established under Section 5 of the Financial Management Act. The NJC points that may be included in a collective agreement are the points that the parties to the NJC agreements have designated as such or on which the Chairman of the Federal Committee on Public Sector Labour and Employment has ruled in accordance with clause (c) of the NJC agreement that came into force on December 6, 1978 and has been amended from time to time.