The following agreements are available in PDF format. You can click the table of contents to skip to certain sections or to perform basic word searches to find information. The new agreement provides for the following monetary adjustments: “We are pleased to reach an agreement that is respectful of both the staff and the current budget of the Board of Directors,” Trina Hurdman, Chair of the Board of Directors, wrote in a press release. If you belong to a bargaining unit that has ratified its 2018-2020 collective agreement, this new agreement will be posted below as soon as it has been prepared, corrected and fully signed by all parties. If it is not displayed below, you can view the ratified memoranda of understanding here (see local negotiations in file updates). The EPC says that the appropriations for both agreements have been budgeted. According to a press release, the agreement is with the principal body of the Calgary Board of Education Staff Association and its profession. It is retroactive to August 2017 and expires on August 31, 2020. This collective agreement expired on January 31, 2013. The Calgary Board of Directors of Education has contracts with most of our employees. These agreements define working conditions. “We are pleased to have entered into these agreements with our groups of employees, whose work we appreciate.
Whether it`s in the classroom or to support our schools, they make every student successful,” said Sheila Taylor, Chair of the Board of Directors. The agreements allow us to continue to recruit and maintain quality employees within the limits of available resources. The agreement for the craft trades was a negotiated transaction. The last agreement between CBE and ATA expired in August 2012 and a provisional agreement was already concluded in March. The Calgary Board of Directors of Education has collective agreements with its teachers and skilled workers. The EPC`s Administrative Board ratified the agreement on Tuesday. Calgary`s Board of Directors of Education has approved a retroactive agreement with its Staff Associaton, which provides for zero per cent salary increases from 2017 to 2019. Wage negotiations could be reopened as part of this agreement for 2019-20. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed on September 23 with the Alberta Teachers` Association, Local 38, and ratified on November 6 with the 7886 members of the ATA. If your bargaining unit has not completed negotiations with your school jurisdiction, employers cannot arbitrarily change pay or working conditions.
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