The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) and the Treasury Board Secretariat (TBS) have signed the new collective agreements for the Economic and Social Science Services (EC) group and the Translation (TR) group.
Additional resources have now been added to the website, including recordings of the information sessions that were held last week.
Following the announcement that CAPE had reached a tentative collective agreement for our EC members on May 18 – and two information sessions on May 30 where members had the opportunity to learn more about the tentative agreement, the ratification process and ask their questions – it is now time to vote.
Following the two webinars held on Tuesday, May 30 about the EC tentative agreement, which left little time for questions at the end of the sessions, CAPE will be hosting a one-hour bilingual webinar strictly dedicated to answering any questions EC members might still have about the offer on the table. The webinar will be recorded.
On May 18, CAPE announced that it had reached a tentative collective agreement for our EC members. The collective bargaining committee voted unanimously to recommend the terms of…
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) announced today that a tentative agreement has been reached with the Treasury Board Secretariat for the Economics and Social Science Services group, also known in the federal public sector as the EC group.
CAPE complaint against the Treasury Board for its violation of the terms and conditions during the statutory freeze period
Monday, CAPE filed a complaint against Treasury Board for its return-to-office mandate during the statutory freeze period while negotiating the renewal of the EC collective agreement.
We would like to share with you a quick update since the last one in December. CAPE met with the Employer for a mediation session on February 3. The parties were able to discuss and agree on a few outstanding issues.
We wanted to send a quick update before the holidays. The parties are moving forward with arbitration and CAPE has named someone to be a member of the arbitration board. The Employer has also appointed someone. The two nominees will now work together to appoint a third person to form the board. All three nominees will then hear arguments from both side and deliver a binding decision.