After four months of negotiations at the TR bargaining table, CAPE’s bargaining team has reached an impasse. As a result, the team is recommending that the collective bargaining committee refer the outstanding issues for arbitration.
The parties met on May 17, 18 and 19. The Employer and CAPE continued to present their respective proposals, as well as counter-proposals on various issues. In addition, CAPE tabled its pay position, which takes into account the current economic situation.
Your bargaining team met with the Employer’s team on April 19, 20 and 21. The parties reached agreement on a few issues. They also continued to submit their respective proposals. We are now moving on to more substantive issues.
The TR bargaining team has just completed a first three-day block with the management team.
Your bargaining team met with the employer's team on March 9. This first step was to exchange proposals between the parties. The first bargaining session will take place on March 29, 30 and 31.
On December 20, CAPE sent its notice to bargain to the Employer (Treasury Board).
Your TR Collective Bargaining Committee will soon be resuming its activities You should all have received an invitation to the pre-bargaining survey. It is very important to…
This spring, CAPE issued a call for volunteers for the TR Collective Bargaining Committee. We have received many applications and the National Executive Committee has approved nine members.
CAPE announced today that the Translation (TR) group, which includes interpreters, translators and terminologists part of the federal public service, voted in favor of a new collective agreement.