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July 31st, 2014
July 31st, 2014
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Update on the latest AJC-Treasury Board Bargaining Session

The AJC needs to hear the Employer's proposal on sick leave in order to move forward with bargaining.

Dear AJC colleagues,

Here is the latest on negotiations with Treasury Board (TB).

The AJC negotiation team (NT) and TB were scheduled to meet for a third round of talks, from July 28 to 30, this week.

As we have reported previously, the AJC needs to hear the Employer's proposal on sick leave in order to move forward with bargaining.

Unfortunately, even with this government's keen interest in making changes to sick leave, TB was not ready to table a formal proposal on sick leave. As a result, no formal bargaining took place.  

The NT did nonetheless use their time effectively this week to caucus and refine its strategy.  We are scheduled to return to the bargaining table from October 7th to the 9th, subject to timely receipt of the Employer's sick leave proposal.

Sick leave remains a central element in these negotiations, not only for the AJC, but for the other bargaining agents as well. We wish we would have more to report, but these negotiations are expected to be long.

Until we reach a new deal, the present AJC collective agreement applies. The terms of your AJC collective agreement cannot be modified during the bargaining process.
 
You should feel free to send any questions, or comments to the negotiation team at lmackay@ajc-ajj.ca

Your AJC President,
Len MacKay


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