17.36 Both the Union and the employer may make a political complaint to the other regarding the interpretation or application of the collective agreement with respect to one or the bargaining unit in general. All AS-01, AS-02 or AS-03 compensation advisors working at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency receive the daily amount listed below for each calendar day for which the worker is paid in accordance with Schedule A of the collective agreement. This daily amount is equal to the annual amount below, divided by two hundred and sixty decimals of eighty-eight (260.88), 45 In the event of a sale or change of activity within the meaning of Section 44, the Board of Directors may, at the request of the employer or a union concerned, determine whether the workers concerned constitute one or more appropriate units by collective agreement. The CFIA proposes to increase the amount covered in paragraph 3 bis (recourse section) to five hundred dollars ($500) provided that the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) confirms in writing that ratification of the interim collective agreement is successful on November 15, 2020 or until November 15, 2020. The NJC points that may be included in a collective agreement are the points that the parties to the NJC agreements have designated as such or on which the Chairman of the Federal Committee on Public Sector Labour and Employment has ruled in accordance with clause (c) of the NJC agreement that came into force on December 6, 1978 , changed from time to time. This appendix is considered to be part of all collective agreements between the parties and the workers who are supposed to give them access to this schedule. With respect to eligibility, this agreement does not reiterate all changes to Schedule D of the PSAC collective agreement after December 31, 2018. Salary (remuneration) – has the same meaning as the « wage rate » in the employee`s collective agreement. Marginal Note:Request for leave to send notice of the Joint Negotiation Agreement An agreement on incentives to hire and retain compensation advisors was originally concluded on November 10, 2017 between the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and the Public Service Alliance of Canada. It was then extended for an additional year on October 5, 2018, retroactive to June 1, 2018 to June 1, 2019. Under the agreement, compensation advisors eligible for compensation retention assistance under Schedule D of the PSAC collective agreement could receive temporary incentives until June 1, 2019.
Under the Collective Agreements Act, the terms of the collective agreement are mandatory for our member companies.