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The new collective agreement will enter into force on November 13, 2020 and will apply from November 1, 2016 to October 31, 2021 included. From the date of signature, the rating agency has 180 days to implement the provisions of the collective agreement, including retroactive compensation. Details of the collective agreement are available on the PSAC-UTE website. After an interim agreement on May 25, 2019, we held with our negotiators and more than 32 lunch and learns across the country, which reached thousands of members, we held imrath-user. Thank you for participating in these important events during your holiday and campaign season! The Applied Science and Patent Review (SP) negotiating team is proud to announce that you have voted for a new collective agreement! PIPSC and the Ministry of Finance secretariat recognize the shortcomings of the Phoenix payment system. That is why PIPSC has agreed – only for this round – to increase the timetable for the implementation of the collective agreement to 180 days. In return, each member of the SP receives $400. The most complex cases may take up to 560 days in the tides if manual intervention is required. The signing of the new collective agreement brings this round of negotiations to an end. We look forward to continuing to work closely with PSAC-UTE and to support the interests of workers and Canadians in future collective bargaining. Regular updates on collective bargaining will be published as new information becomes available.

The SOCIALIST Group expects to sign the collective agreement in August 2019. The agreement enters into force on the day of signing. The rating agency recognizes the principles of openness, transparency, professional integrity and ensuring greater availability of information for all its employees and the Canadian public with respect to collective bargaining. As a separate employer, the rating agency is responsible for organizing its own collective bargaining and negotiations for unionized workers and setting pay levels for non-unionized workers. As such, the rating agency is responsible for negotiating collective agreements and negotiations with the following bargaining partners: the Public Service Alliance of Canada, the Tax Workers Union (PSAC-UTE) and the Professional Audit Service Institute of Canada, Financial and Scientific (PIPSC-AFS Group). In accordance with the collective agreements and the TBS Directive on Learning, Training and Development4: the members affected by this agreement have received their first days of phoenix compensation until August 2019. 7.5.4. For authorization issues, managers, superiors or other staff may request changes or editorial changes. In the event that the authorization is subject to the integration of these changes or amendments and the author does not agree with the proposed amendments, the plant is not assigned to the employee if the employee requests it.