In addition, historical members of the SR-MGT-02 and SR-MGT-03 occupational categories are subject to the terms and conditions of use of the SR (W) collective agreement for all purposes except wage rates. A collective agreement is a document signed between the employer and a bargaining partner that contains provisions that respect the terms of employment and related issues. The agreement indicates your rights in the form of wages and benefits for the fulfilment of the obligations entrusted to you. Pay rates will change within one hundred and eighty (180) following the signing of the Collective Financial Management Agreement (FI). In accordance with Schedule “E” of the FI collective agreement, rates are paid in the form of lump sum payments before the change in remuneration: please consult the collective agreement for rates of pay. The rates of pay for unrepresented and unrepresented workers include rates of pay for excluded positions that are not admitted under the following collective agreements: collective agreements apply to all CFIA employees represented by a bargaining partner. If persons in management or confidentiality positions are employed in a professional category and at the professional level under a collective agreement and their rates of pay have not been set by the tax office, they are paid at the rates of pay set in the collective agreement. Some collective agreements provide for lump sum payments to workers instead of retroactive wage increases or as compensatory supplements. Unless otherwise made by the CFO, these lump sum payments must also be made to workers excluded from the collective agreement as exclusions from business or confidentiality, although they are classified as a category or professional level under the collective agreement. Rate of pay not authorized by collective agreements . .
. Wage rates will be adjusted within 180 days starting December 18, 2019. Changes in pay rates dated January 26, 2019 until the salary adjustment date are paid in the form of a lump sum payment in accordance with Schedule F. In particular: X) refers to the rates of pay previously approved on 18 June 2015 (one point of five per cent (0.5%) Increase to April 1, 2014) . . . . . . Zia Proulx Senior Director Compensation and Collective Bargaining Management Compensation and Labour Relations Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer . . .
. Exclusion rate – Effective April 1, 1994 to September 30, 1997 . All questions are addressed to your corporate labour relations- or Corporate Compensation Official, which will forward your questions to the compensation and labour relations group at the following email address: Interpretations@tbs-sct.gc.ca . . . The Public Service Commission is responsible for determining a person`s qualifications to be appointed to a position in the public service. When responsibility for staff positions has been delegated by the Commission to the deputy head of a division, the deputy director is responsible for determining an individual`s qualifications and certifying that the worker has acquired the required qualifications. Questions and answers about the eligibility of the lump sum can be accessed on the TBS website. .
. . Previous rates of pay for the ES-08 group are in Archived`s rates of pay for economics and social sciences services.