Collective Agreement Ycdsb

“I would like to thank the CUPE and YCDSB negotiating committees who have worked very hard to reach a new collective agreement,” said Dominic Mazzotta, Chairman of YCDSB`s Board of Directors. “Everyone should be commended for their efforts to conduct a constructive round of negotiations on the ground, which has consolidated a very positive working relationship between CUPE Local 1571 and the Board of Directors.” Accessed your local collective agreement and the province`s comparison memorandum in 2015. As you may know in the most recent media, the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) is currently negotiating a renewed provincial collective agreement and has been on strike since Monday, September 30, 2019. The York Catholic District School Board is very pleased that the provincial negotiating teams and CUPE have negotiated a new collective agreement. That`s why CUPE WILL NOT BE GREAT DEMAIN, MONDAY 7 OCTOBER 2019. “Throughout the negotiation process, I was impressed by the collegial and collaborative approach between the negotiating teams,” said Ab Falconi, Director of Education, YCDSB. “I am pleased that we have been able to secure a new collective agreement with our CUPE 1571 partners in such a positive and productive manner.” On October 6, CUPE and the province announced that they had entered into a new collective agreement. This interim agreement is currently ratified by CUPE members. Today, the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association (OECD) announced that no interim agreement has been reached with the province and that legal action will begin on Monday, January 13, 2020. Following the provincial negotiations, CUPE YCDSB has indicated that its members will be in a legal strike position from Monday, September 30, 2019. In the event of no agreement at the provincial level by the September 30 deadline, CUPE members will begin legal proceedings on September 30 in the form of sanctions settlement work. If there is no preliminary agreement in advance, a one-day strike will take place on Thursday, March 5, where parents and members of the public will also be able to access up-to-date information by following the board of directors on Twitter (@ycdsb) and checking the “Collective Bargaining Update” page on the Board of Directors` website (www.ycdsb.ca). Supports the staffing needs of the university workforce providing services, including, but not limited, to hiring, onboarding, staffing, collective agreement management and professional learning and support.

This means that the central body of each union negotiates with the province and its local units to negotiate with each school board. Different aspects of a collective agreement are negotiated at each level.

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