Ycdsb Collective Agreement 2018

If there is no preliminary agreement in advance, a one-day strike will take place on Thursday, March 5: the Ontario Teachers` Association (OECD) has reached an interim agreement with the provincial government and the Ontario Catholic School Trust Association (OCSTA) on March 12, 2020. This means that the central body of each union negotiates with the province and its local units to negotiate with each school board. Different aspects of a collective agreement are negotiated at each level. Today, the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association (OECD) announced that no interim agreement has been reached with the province and that legal action will begin on Monday, January 13, 2020. The York Catholic District School Board (YCDSB) and CUPE Local 2331 have reached an interim agreement. Accessed your local collective agreement and the province`s comparison memorandum in 2015. As a Catholic school board, the YCDSB respects collective bargaining and hopes that a freely negotiated agreement will be reached by Sunday. Although we are not involved in centralized negotiations, we are confident that the parties involved would work hard to reach an agreement. The York Catholic District School Board is very pleased that the Ministry of Education and the Ontario Secondary Teachers` Federation (OSSTF) have reached an interim agreement at the provincial level. The ratification votes with OSSTF members are scheduled for May. The York Catholic District School Board is very pleased that the provincial negotiating teams and CUPE have negotiated a new collective agreement.

That`s why CUPE WILL NOT BE GREAT DEMAIN, MONDAY 7 OCTOBER 2019. The OECD and provincial representatives are currently at the negotiating table. If no provisional agreement is reached today, a one-day strike will take place tomorrow, Friday 21 February: updates are also available on Twitter (follow @ycdsb). Supports the staffing needs of the university workforce providing services, including, but not limited, to hiring, onboarding, staffing, collective agreement management and professional learning and support. On October 6, CUPE and the province announced that they had entered into a new collective agreement. This interim agreement is currently ratified by CUPE members. On 8 April 2020, the OECD announced that its members had ratified the agreement on essential terms for a new treaty.