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July 17th, 2014
July 17th, 2014
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Complaints against TB: The AJC Remains a Part of Solidarity Front on Sick Leave

The AJC supports all bargaining agent steps taken to ensure compliance with the PSLRA and will be monitoring these complaints very closely

In the last week, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC) have each filed formal complaints with the Public Service Labour Relations Board against Treasury Board accusing the federal government of interference with the administration of a trade union, bad faith bargaining, and violation of the statutory freeze provisions of the Public Service Labour Relations Act (PSLRA).  

You can check out the background in the Ottawa Citizen article here.
 
The AJC supports all bargaining agent steps taken to ensure compliance with the PSLRA and will be monitoring these complaints very closely.

Any proposed changes by either party to the sick leave regime must be negotiated and addressed at the bargaining table. Consultations outside of the collective bargaining process do nothing but to undermine the negotiation process and would only serve to allow the government to submit to a lower standard of conduct than the one currently imposed by the PSLRA negotiation-related obligations.    

This year, TB is negotiating agreements with 17 groups, including ours, the Law Group.
  
The AJC is part of a united front of 17 bargaining agents who believe discussions on sick leave should take place at the bargaining table.

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