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May 5th, 2014
May 5th, 2014
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Payment In Arrears Is Now In Effect

Any adjustments to be made on account of the introduction of the pay in arrears system will be reconciled following the last day of employment.

In a communique dated October 16, 2013, we informed our members that Treasury Board had changed its initial position on pay in arrears outlined in our communique of June 21, 2013.  Existing public service employees will continue to receive the salary payments to which they are entitled, but they will not receive payments two weeks after their 'struck off strength' date, in other words, after their last day of employment.  

Any adjustments to be made on account of the introduction of the pay in arrears system will be reconciled following the last day of employment.

As of April 23, 2014, the date on which the pay in arrears system takes effect, you will be deemed to be on a pay-in-arrears system for the payroll period ending two weeks prior to the pay in arrears implementation date, provided you are already an employee.  

This means that the incremental pay increases scheduled for May 10 as outlined in the collective agreement will be processed within the payroll period of May 8 to May 21, 2014.  

Treasury Board and Public Works and Government Services Canada have also both confirmed that payment relating to that particular payroll period will be June 4, 2014, i.e. two-weeks following the payroll period ending date per the new payroll in arrears payment cycle.

Accordingly, any members who do not receive their incremental increases by June 4, are asked to report such anomalies to the AJC's attention at admin@ajc-ajj.ca .

LP-01s, LP-02s and LP-03s who are eligible to receive lump-sum performance awards are expected to receive their May 10 payout in time as we are advised by Treasury Board that they were inputted in the pay system by April 23, for payment prior to May 10.  


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