OTTAWA, March 29, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NAV CANADA today announced that members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 2228, which represents approximately 650 members, have ratified a new collective agreement. This group is made up of aviation navigation technologists responsible for designing, installing, certifying performance on various electronic systems and devices, who maintain air traffic management (ATM) and communication, navigational assistance and surveillance (CNS) systems. Canadian workers, unions and employers recognize and support freedom of association and free collective bargaining. IBEW LU 2228 regrets that Nav Canada has decided to impose further layoffs before the completion of the senior shooting process for the initial group of surplus employees. The new group of surplus employees will be added to the existing process (…) The two-year contract is valid for the period from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2019 and provides for salary increases for each of the two years. Trading Partners: Bundesgerichtshof (Esquimalt) (West) (FGDTLC (W)) Agreement expiry date: 30 January 2023 Dispute Resolution Mechanism: IBEW arbitrators voted in favour of extending the convention until 31 December 2017. With the extension, the current agreement will continue and a 2.5 per cent pay increase will be added for the following year. Bargaining Partners: UNIFOR Collective Agreement Airtime: June 30, 2022 Dispute Resolution Mechanism: The NAV CANADA Arbitration Court today announced the ratification of a one-year extension of the collective agreement of approximately 620 employees following negotiations with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (LOCAL IBEW 2228). Ottawa (367 electronics) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), Local 2228 It`s Not Power Lines That Keep The Lights On. It is not cables that make communication flow. They`re human beings.
Assiduous people. Our sisters and brothers across Canada . . . . We are a union of more than 70,000 highly skilled and professionally trained electricity workers. Due to several delays in discussions with Nav Canada on priority staffing, seniority and feedback, the local asked the company to extend the current surplus period to the new year. Nav Canada has agreed to (…) The IBEW is brief. If disaster strikes, when there are power outages, when daily life is interrupted, we are here to get you back on track, safely and with the kind of skills and training that Canada relies on. Tool supplement: The employer provides tools if it deems them necessary. .
You can consult the frequently asked questions – collective bargaining in headquarters and definitions for more information on collective bargaining in the core public administration. . sick leave: 9,375 hours per calendar month paid at least 75 hours. If the credits are not sufficient to cover sick leave, the employer may work a maximum of 187.5 hours if the employer awaits the decision on the application for a mandatory association council or 112 hours if the worker has not applied for leave of service.