Canada Post Collective Agreement 2020

Geschrieben am Montag, September 13, 2021 | Kommentare: 0

Canada Post Corp. employees and some retirees will receive retroactive wage increases and adjustments to their disability and life and pension insurance through two new collective agreements between the Canadian Postal Workers Union and the Crown Corporation. Less than three months after the start of negotiations for the renewal of the collective agreement, which expires on August 31, 2020, PSAC-UPCE and Canada Post Corporation have entered into a provisional contract under the parties` agreement, it will be a 4-year collective agreement that will expire on January 31, 2022. As part of the negotiations, arbitrator Elizabeth MacPherson awarded salary increases of 2 percent for 2018, 2 percent for 2019, 2.5 percent for 2020 and 2.9 percent for 2021. For rural and suburban postal workers, these wage increases apply on January 1 of each year and February 1 for municipal workers. Younger retirees who still worked for Canada Post after the first bump are also entitled to retroactive wage increases. Our successful preliminary agreement, reached on April 14 with the Canada Post Corporation Group, has been ratified by members. If we look at 2019, I think of my first year in Canada post. I realize that this great company has a strong future serving Canadians. But to succeed, we need to find new ways to work together, listen to each other, and be open to new solutions. I am committed to finding that way forward. As the CUPW collective agreement process now moves to arbitration, much more needs to be done from January on or after January to redefine our shared future.

Prior to the arbitration, the parties had agreed on a number of issues that will also be included in the collective agreement, and they are as follows: a collective agreement is a written legal contract that includes workers grouped together in a bargaining unit. The contract will be concluded through collective bargaining between the union and the employer. Salary increases will also result in a post-clearance pension adjustment, cupw said in an update to members, as their five highest-paid years at Canada Post become retroactively higher. Postal employees who retired after the first salary increase will receive an increase in their future monthly pension cheques as well as retroactive increases that go back to their first pension cheque or deposit. But the increased retirement premiums are also deducted from the annual reimbursement. According to the union, Canada Post has hinted that adjustments are unlikely to be made until December 2020. Sometimes we just need a little help from each other to find our way on this path. In recent weeks, a number of people have emailed me about the impact of the new business terms on them. As you know, withdrawal from work, whether by stoppage of work or by the prohibition of overtime or other measures, collective agreements and working conditions are no longer known to Canadian labour law. .

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