Sd76 Collective Agreement

    (1) TEBA and the association. 2. Any school court concerned. (3) Teachers covered by the collective agreements concerned by the prize. 1.1 "settlement agreement" means the following provincial collective agreements for the period beginning april 1, 2017: 2.5.2 In the event of a strike or lockout during central negotiations, the continuation of the accepted collective agreement is suspended until an agreement on central conditions is ratified in accordance with Article 11(4) of the PECBA or the central conditions are otherwise defined. (1) the interpretation, application, operation or alleged breach of a central point, including whether such a difference is arbitral; (2) the interpretation, application or alleged infringement of a central and non-central object, including whether such a difference is capable of being arbitrated; and (3) if the association asserts that conditions are implicitly or in the collective agreement, including if such a difference is arbitral. 1.5 The implementation of this collective agreement shall not lead a teacher currently employed to receive a salary lower than the salary calculated under a previous collective agreement, unless TEBA and the association have mutually agreed. The current Article 1 collective agreement is currently worded as follows: 1.6 "lump sum payment" means a one-time payment that corresponds to other one-off payments, sometimes referred to as signing bonuses. The "lump sum payment" does not explicitly include the continuation or extension of the lump sum payments currently provided for in the existing conciliation agreements between the school courts and the trade unions, referred to in clause 1.1 of that agreement. 1.2 "first year", in respect of a settlement agreement, the period from 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018 1.1 This agreement is established in accordance with Article 8 of the collective agreement (conditions of practice). The parties agree that teachers benefit from an exemption from overtime in areas where teachers` teaching time is compressed and where current collective agreements are silent, as provided for in the table below. For this calculation, the days are rounded to the next 0.25.

    Both sides recognize that flexibility is necessary to maintain the school justice calendar, but also to give teachers the certainty that an extension of teaching days can lead to free time for teachers.

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