New Lock-Step Regime: Treasury Board Persistent in Their Refusal to Grant Pay Increments to Employees on Maternity or Parental Leave :: Association of Justice Counsel News
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January 31st, 2014
January 31st, 2014
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New Lock-Step Regime: Treasury Board Persistent in Their Refusal to Grant Pay Increments to Employees on Maternity or Parental Leave

The AJC is not giving up.

Treasury Board has denied our policy grievance that refusal to pay increments to AJC members on maternity or parental leave is in clear contravention of the AJC collective agreement.

The AJC is not giving up.

On January 21st, 2014, the AJC referred the policy grievance to arbitration.


Following a decision on the matter of performance pay for LPs on maternity or parental leave in March 2012, the AJC is of the view that the lock step system now in place under the current AJC collective agreement allows LPs on maternity or parental leave to move a full step on the lock step range on their normal increment date.

They can do so regardless of the number of months worked in the year as per the wording of the collective agreement and the arbitrator's reasoning.

We will keep you posted of further developments as they unfold.


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