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May 7th, 2018
May 7th, 2018

Retroactive Leave Reconciliation Decision



It is finally in!  As we maintained throughout, the retroactive reconciliation exercise imposed on our membership by the employer for 2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-2012 and 2012-2013, violates section 5.02 of the collective agreement.

The adjudicator concluded that management's unilateral directive was unreasonable and unfair.  She also held that requiring timekeepers to reimburse the employer for leave discrepancies that could not be explained based on such faulty processes was unreasonable, unfair, and inconsistent with the collective agreement.

The parties have been invited to resolve the remedy on their own or to make submissions to the Board in the event they are unable to agree.  

The AJC is proud to have been able to, once again, successfully defend the interests of its members.

You can read the full decision here.

Please note that the translated decision has not yet been provided. We will update the link once we have received the bilingual version.

What does this mean for the membership?

The AJC still needs to determine if we can agree on a remedy with the Employer or if we will be forced back to the FPSLREB yet again.

Note that this does not affect the obligation to comply with the year-end attestations that are now in place.


Finally, we would like to thank those members who came forward in order to testify and support our efforts in the interests of the entire membership.  Your brothers and sisters are undoubtedly grateful for your support.

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