Collective agreement between MTS and GeneralTeamsters Local Union 979, from September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2022 Note: The seal of the division is required and this agreement must be provided in accordance with Section 92(2) of the Public Schools Act. All collective agreements are accessible online and in different ways. Much of the equipment is only available to bargain hunters. Collective agreements in seven divisions, including Brandon, Turtle Mountain, Southwest Horizon, Fort La Bosse, Park West, Rolling River and Beautiful Plains, expired in June 2018, along with a few others in the province. MTS operates another website, The Collective Bargaining System, which allows collective teams to manage the collective bargaining process via a simple web browser interface, and provides access to support information and historical collective agreements through full text search and intuitive hypertext browsing. GBEC – Respectful Workplace (SRSD Policy) GBECA – Respectful Workplace, Harassment Protection (SRSD Policy) GBECA Claim Form, Harassment (SRSD Form( Full version), requires SharePoint registration) GBECB – Respectful Workplace, Violence Protection (SRSD Policy) SRSD Incident Form (including violent incidents) (SRSD form (fillable version), requires SharePoint connection) Workplace Health and Safety Record (SRSD- Policy and Forms, requires SharePoint registration) “There are therefore a few variables in the game that we don`t have answers to at this time. That is why we did not start the process. Fort La Bosse Supt. Barry Pitz also highlighted the uncertainty about the evolution of provincial negotiations as an impact on the negotiations. “We are waiting and we are standing by,” said Adam Grabowski, president of the Park West Teachers` Association. “We have started our process, but we remain hooked until both sides tell us if we are ready to go and what the government needs to do.” Superintendents of Turtle Mountain, Fort La Bosse and Rolling River say they will follow Bill 28 or the Public Services Sustainability Act, which imposes a two-year wage freeze for public sector employees, followed by an increase of 0.75 and one percent in years 3 and 4. In an e-mail, Rolling River Supt. Mary-Anne Ploshynsky said the department has not begun negotiating with the teachers` association and will respect the bill 28 pay scale.
Teacher-Teacher Association President Daniel Kiazyk said negotiations were continuing and they, like the rest of the province, expected the province to decide on provincial negotiations. . Meanwhile, differences of opinion and union representatives have put on hold uncertainty about the possibility of merging collective agreement units for teachers as well as for now. Last week, the division announced that it would comply with the wage framework for Bill 28, including the first year of the first year`s wages. In a letter sent last summer by Ian Wishart, then Minister of Education, and former Finance Minister Cameron Friesen, the province also suggested that abandoning the current 38 bargaining units would require legislation, but would not expect anything to be introduced by at least the fall.