ACFO-ACFO is pleased to report that the Public Service Interim FI Collective Agreement contains new legislative amendments to the Employment Insurance (EI) Act, 2017, including with respect to parental leave entitlement, and provides for additional improvements for new parents. The parties have also agreed on provisions for this round? and only this cycle for the implementation of the collective agreement. HR systems are not used by Phoenix to calculate retro payment. The implementation period has been extended by 30 days and, in return, each member of the EC will receive $400. For your information, this information is consistent with the Hill Times article: www.hilltimes.com/2019/06/05/public-service-unions-government-inching-closer-with-tentative-agreements-before-election/202912 Standard parental leave under EI is 35 weeks to be taken within 52 weeks. Under the collective agreement, a worker is entitled to an allowance of up to 37 weeks. This would cover the waiting time of one week and an additional week. The new agreement will also include five weeks of paternity leave under the IPQP or an additional five weeks of shared parental leave under ISIS. Treasury Board has 180 days from the date of signing the new collective agreement: I just received an email that a preliminary agreement has been reached and I think it`s damn good.
8% over four years, $400 for each member in exchange for delayed implementation, plus fines to be paid to each member if dates are not met. In addition, they will not use Phoenix to calculate back-pay. And recharge an additional five weeks of parental leave. The work requires the representation of the branch or division in regional, national or international consultations with other federal authorities, inter-service organizations, provincial governments, foreign governments, First Nations representatives, academic institutions and private sector organizations, in order to address contentious issues and negotiate the conditions for implementation and implementation multilateral or bilateral agreements. Writing skills are required to distil complex research and policy issues into briefings, to research, promote and achieve possible consensus on positions between the department and its partner organizations, or on complex strategic strategic issues and developments, to which the department must develop a response in collaboration with other organizations. . . .