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The employer argues that approval of such an amendment would have a significant financial impact – more than $15 million for the SV group – and would exceed the provisions of other CPA collective agreements without justification. Source: PSAC reiterates commitment to eliminate all forms of gender-based violence | Public Service Alliance of Canada (psacunion.ca) The employer argues that the SV group does not support the market with respect to this benefit, which is consistent with the situation provided by other collective agreements. The Correctional Service Specific Specific Duty Allowance replaces the old Penological Allowance (PFA) and Open Supervision Allowance (OSA) application. The parties agree that only established agencies that are considered eligible and/or pfA at the signing of this collective agreement and/or receive AFA are all SCC staff in contact with inmates or offenders receiving the Prison Service Specific Customs Allowance (CSSDA), subject to the criteria set out below. Source: PSAC is the subject of a group action with black officials | The Public Service Alliance of Canada (psacunion.ca) Based on the above information, the adoption of the employer`s proposal would ensure consistency with other collective agreements submitted to the CSSDA and provide for an update of the older language. Shortly thereafter, the PSAC filed a political complaint regarding the newsletter and the method of calculation. The parties agreed to jointly develop a Memorandum of Comparison (MOS) for a method of calculation for all groups found in the SV collective agreement (chart #28). The employer proposes that the final tariff language, including the necessary subsequent changes, be subject to an agreement between the parties as part of a negotiated solution. Other groups, such as the FS group, which is represented by PAFSO, received different targeted measures to meet their specific needs, but the total value of these specific improvements was about 1% during the four years of their agreements. The employer argues that a large number of lighting stations are accessible by car.

Approval of such an amendment would result in financial costs to the Department of Fisheries and Oceans and would exceed the provisions of other CPA collective agreements without justification. This proposal represents a cost of more than $48,000 per year and 0.01% of the Sv salary base. The joint study was completed in March 2015. During the negotiations, the parties had a very different understanding of the results and results of the study. This study did not provide the common basis for the information initially presented. Nevertheless, on February 4, 2017 (Figure #8), the parties agreed to sign a collective agreement on June 14, 2017.