Acfo Tentative Agreement

Interim agreements (TA) are proposed collective agreements that have not been ratified (approved) by union leaders and the foundation board. EU members use provisional agreements to inform their vote when it is time to ratify new agreements. Preliminary agreements also give CSU leaders a taste of how the proposed contracts will work before they are approved. After the ratification of an interim agreement, it becomes a current collective agreement. The agreement also contained a catch-up clause to ensure that unions that moved more quickly to resolve their members` problems would not be disadvantaged if another group received more damages. PSAC`s transaction relates to damage to Phoenix and other outstanding litigation. Once we confirm which party actually with Phoenix, unlike other litigation together, we agreed to meet with the employer to ensure that all members get the same value. Trading Partners: Agreement Expiry Date: June 30, 2022 Dispute Resolution Mechanism: Arbitration issues to be addressed in these appeals must be addressed to your negotiating team in negotiations@acfo-acaf.com. This is the final agreement for the FI Group and will lead us well into negotiations for the new CT group as soon as ACFO-ACAF is certified as a representative of the broader competition community. As you know, ACFO-ACCAF was part of a team that, in May 2019, negotiated the original Phoenix damages agreement. This agreement was reached after two years of negotiations between employers and unions, including ACFO-ACAF.

In terms of rates of pay, we think the finances speak for themselves. The ACFO-ACAF agreement for the FI Group (now CT-FINs) provided 8.0% over four years, of which 6.5% over the first three years, compared to the 6.35% PSAC agreement over three years. PIPSC`s agreement for AUs (now CT-EAV) was 7.75% over a four-year value. Interim employment contracts will be published as soon as they become available. Bargaining Partners: Federal Government Dockyard Trades and Labour Council (Esquimalt) (West) (FGDTLC (W)) Agreement expiry date: January 30, 2023 Dispute Resolution Mechanism: Arbitration The interim agreement is subject to the union`s ratification process. NAV CANADA will not vote until the agreement is ratified. OTTAWA, February 26, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NAV CANADA announced today that a preliminary agreement has been reached with the Association of Canadian Financial Officers (ACFO), which represents approximately 27 financial specialists. Your negotiating team and board of directors unanimously recommend the ratification of the interim agreement. We are heading for an uncertain future politically, and this is a strong agreement that ensures respect for the FI community and fairly compensates for the work we do on behalf of all Canadians. We are proud to have secured, through the hard work of your negotiating team, a strong collective agreement that increases wages by 8.0% over four years, including 5.0% in the first two years. As some of you saw this morning, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) has reached a preliminary agreement with the employer for the most important profession, as well as an agreement on the damage done in Phoenix. It goes without saying that we congratulate our colleagues for securing this agreement after long negotiations.

We have already received questions about the impact of these agreements on our membership and, while reviewing the details of these agreements, we wanted to share what we know so far. . – Nicole Bishop Tempke, CPA, Vice-President of the CGA and Chair of the ACFO-ACAF Collective Agreements Committee.