OpsEU regularly receives applications from members covered by collective agreements across the province to obtain copies of their central contract. The following six links provide easy access and allow you to download a copy of your collective agreement in Adobe format. Here are some highlights of the new deal – scroll down to get details on each win! This interim agreement could not have been reached without the unwavering support of PAHO members across the province. Thank you to our members, our employees, the Board of Directors and the mobilizers for their hard work and commitment to getting our messages out and fighting for the good fight. Although the agreement makes minor concessions, they are minimal compared to the benefits obtained. In addition, your negotiating team was able to mitigate all the concessions still on the table. The current collective agreement for all PAHO workers expired on December 31, 2014. On October 6, 2015, Warren (Smokey) Thomas, President of OPSEU, announced that the Central/Unified negotiating team had reached a preliminary agreement with the Ontario government. Employees of the Ontario Public Service (OPS) have been without a collective agreement since December 31, 2014. · A new procedure will be used for all new cases of maladministration, in accordance with Article 22.13.2 of the collective agreement, which deals with issues relating to essia in several departments. The new three-year contract applies for the period from January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2017. Among the highlights of the agreement, you can contact your staff representative or the nearest regional office to get a copy of your collective agreement. Here is a list of all the regional offices.

All other conditions of the current collective agreement remain unchanged for the duration of the collective agreement. OPSEU members in the Ontario Public Service (OPS) will vote on June 20, 21 and 22 on an offer by the government to “shake up” their existing collective agreements with a series of positive changes – not requests for concessions from OPSEU members. OPSEU President Warren (Smokey) Thomas shared Barnes` ambivalence about the results. “Our members have ratified the agreement, but they have lost all confidence in a government that has no respect for PAHO staff or the valuable work they do. A model labour allocation contract has been added to the collective agreement. All telework agreements end with the publication of a no board report. “We remain convinced that we can reach an agreement with the prison team that balances the interests of our employees with the need to provide sustainable and affordable public services,” she said, referring to the ongoing dispute with OPSEU jailers. Details of the interim agreement will follow. OPS Table Talk 2015 Edition 28 – Details of the preliminary agreement with the Central Government/Unified Negotiation Team Sandra Harper (OPSEU)Work: 416.570.5071E: sharper@opseu.org Thomas also congratulated members and local representatives for their invaluable support, and all those who participated in the negotiations for their contribution to the best possible agreement. “I couldn`t be more proud to be part of a union that, in the face of harassment and alarmism, is a united front.

The employer was forced to resign if he was confronted with the solidarity and determination of the members. We now have two jobs ahead of us. The central/unified team will begin negotiations on the nearly 1,400 SEA agreements. The aim is to ensure that all agreements are fully compliant with the legislation applicable to this process. It won`t be a quick process, but there is no prediction for exactly how long… Or how much… these negotiations will continue.