Prairie Rose Collective Agreement

(iii) Judgment or transaction refers to an order of a court of the competent employer or an agreement in which the teacher agrees to accept any sum of money that represents a previous or future loss of remuneration, either by a lump sum or by a regular payment (s) or by the purchase of a pension or one of them. 1.1 “transaction agreement,” the provincial collective contracts listed below for the period as of April 1, 2017: 2.2.2 In the absence of an agreement, the matter is decided by arbitration under the PECBA. 1.3.1 is exclusively entitled to bargain collectively with TEBA on behalf of all teachers in the bargaining units and to engage teachers in each collective agreement with respect to the core concepts; and 18.7 A teacher`s salary is reduced below the amount payable immediately before this agreement comes into force. b) TEBA and the association may agree to proceed with an arbitration board composed of a single arbitrator instead of a three-member arbitration board. In this case, TEBA and the association will appoint a person who will serve as a single arbitrator within 15 days of operation, in accordance with the agreement reached with a single arbitrator. If it is not possible to agree on the person as a single arbitrator, each party may request in writing that the Director of Mediation Services indicate the required appointment. 1.1 During the currency, this agreement applies to all teachers employed by the employer, with the exception of 2.6.1 For centralized table negotiations, representatives of the association and THE TEBA meet and begin collective bargaining no later than 30 days after the announcement. At the first meeting, the association and TEBA will exchange details of all requested changes. 1.4 “general increase” a percentage of salary increase applicable at all stages of all the grids of a settlement agreement. 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 the settlement agreements between employers and unions, which are listed in point 1.1 of this letter. 4.

This legal letter expires on August 31, 2018 and will not be renewed beyond that date, even if the collective agreement is exceeded by the application of the law. This letter of intent does not apply to a general salary increase or lump sum payment for a settlement agreement negotiated after August 31, 2018. 9.2.8 A teacher on professional leave undertakes in writing to resume his duties for a period of at least two years. If a teacher retires before the end of the two years of service, the leave salary is reimbursed in proportion to the employer, except by mutual agreement between employers and teachers. 2.2 Each party may send written notification to the other party, at least sixty (60) days or more than 180 days before the end of this contract, of its intention to enter into collective bargaining for a new collective agreement. At the first meeting between the parties, the two parties exchange all the requested amendments. 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. (e) the teacher will, at the employer`s request, execute documents and agreements that the employer deems necessary or desirable to implement the provisions of this section 7.4.2. 2. If a general salary increase (s) for a transaction agreement in one of the first years (September 1, 2016 until September 31, 2016). August 2017) or second year (September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018) more than 0%, the general salary increase (s) negotiated under this transaction agreement is applied to the salary schedule, administrative allowances and the daily salary of collective agreements with the association during the first or second year and applies on the same day as stipulated in the transaction agreement.

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