Rdcrs Collective Agreement


2.2.2 In the absence of an agreement, the matter is decided by arbitration at the end of the PECBA. 15.9 TeBA and association representatives meet within 15 days of operation to discuss the difference, or at a later consensual date for both parties. By mutual agreement between TEBA and the association, representatives of the board of directors concerned with the difference may be invited to participate in the discussion on difference. 1.2 “first year” means, With regard to a settlement agreement from April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018, “instead of focusing on a fair agreement, the school department tried to thwart an agreement with ambiguous tactics – such as the one against which the working committee has just decided,” said Johnston, who encouraged the school committee to return to the negotiating table and work on an agreement. 2.3.2 A notice pursuant to subsection 2.3.1 is considered a notice of opening collective bargaining in accordance with section 59, paragraph 1, of the labour code. 1.3 Effective April 10, 2019, the association is a bargaining partner for each bargaining unit and: a) has the exclusive power to bargain collectively with TEBA on behalf of all teachers in the bargaining units and to engage teachers in each collective agreement in relation to the central concepts; b) have the exclusive power to collectively negotiate, on behalf of teachers, local conditions on behalf of teachers, on behalf of each bargaining unit, and to engage teachers through a collective agreement. 1.4 “general increase” a percentage of salary increase applicable at all stages of all the grids of a settlement agreement. 2. If a general salary increase (s) for a transaction agreement in one of the first years (1 September, 2016 to 31. August 2017) or second year (September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018) above 0%, the general salary increase negotiated under this transaction agreement is more than 0% on the wage network, administrative allowances and the daily wages of teachers replacing collective agreements with the association during the first or second year and the dates (e) negotiated as part of the comparison agreement concerned. If more than one general increase was negotiated for transaction agreements, the increases are not taken into account beyond several transaction agreements, but the general increase (n) is applied annually to the salary schedule, administrative allowances and the daily salary of substitute teachers.

2.6.1 In centralized table negotiations, representatives of the association and TEBA meet no later than 30 days after the announcement of collective bargaining. At the first meeting, the association and TEBA will exchange details of all requested changes. 1.6 “flat payment” refers to a one-time payment corresponding to other one-time payments sometimes referred to as signing bonuses. The “flat payment” does not explicitly include the continuation or extension of the lump sum payments currently provided for in existing transaction agreements between boards of directors and unions, which are listed in point 1.1 of this letter. 17.2.5 The teacher will, at the request of the Committee, execute the documents and agreements deemed necessary or desirable by the House to implement the provisions of this section 17.2. 2.7.1 The association and TEBA may at any time agree to negotiate revisions to the central points of the collective agreement.

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