Between May 2018 and May 2019, the Public Utilities Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and the Treasury Board of Directors negotiated the renewal of the Technical Services Group (TC) collective agreement, which expires on June 21, 2018. The employer therefore asks the Commission to include in its report the employer`s proposal for a four-year collective agreement, with an economic increase of 2%, 2%, 1.5% and 1.5% and 1% for group-specific economic measures. The Pa-, TC, EB and SV groups, as well as PSAC-UTE, have now entered into interim agreements with their employers, and PSAC members will now have the opportunity to vote on their new collective agreements. PsaC held ratification votes in the Atlantic region between August 24 and September 29 so you can vote. See below to sign up for the ratification vote webinar, which is the most comfortable for you. This section contains the employer`s recommendations for all outstanding proposals that are specific to the TC group. Since spring 2018, the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) has been negotiating, on behalf of the Treasury Board, the employer of the CPA, with more than 11 negotiators to renew collective agreements representing more than 175,000 employees. Footnote 2, footnote 3 PA Group On July 9, PSAC`s AP negotiating team reached a preliminary agreement with the Board of Directors. The negotiating team unanimously recommends ratification of the new agreement. The ratification kit, which contains the full text of the preliminary agreement, is now available for download. Members will soon be invited to participate in an online ratification process.
[…] The results of the Labour Force Survey show how pay rates for TC hourly rates compare to those in the private sector. As shown in the graph below, the median salary of TC employees is higher than the 87th percentile in the private sector. Although the private sector is not a direct comparator for the TC group, the government must take into account the salaries of the federal public service in relation to the salaries of the many Canadians whose taxes are paid for public services – through income tax and/or GST. Pension: Based on employer contributions and a 50:50 cost-sharing ratio between the employer and the employee.