Central Agreement Etfo

Members of the Ontario Elementary Teachers Federation voted to adopt centralized collective agreements with the Government of Ontario, the Association of Public School Councils and the Council of Trustees` Associations: please enable JavaScript and try again. It seems that JavaScript is not enabled in your browser. They reflect the government`s commitment to a fiscally sustainable and publicly funded education system. Collective agreements between school authorities and ETFO contain both central and local concepts. The central agreements with the Elementary Ontario Federation have been ratified by the school authorities and the union and approved by the Government of Ontario. Any point that is not considered a “focal point” can be negotiated at the local level between the ETT and the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). On November 1, 2015, ETFO entered into its first preliminary central agreement with the Ontario Association of Public Councils (OPSBA) and the Crown (i.e., the Government of Ontario). The individual votes of the members covered by the central agreement are calculated as a total (i.e. “one member voting = one vote”); a majority of ETFO inhabitants covered by the central agreement.

Tailor your subscription to receive the messages you want whenever you want. On November 2, 2015, ETFO entered into its first interim central agreement under the act with OpSBA and the Ontario Association of Public Boards of Directors, which was subsequently ratified by residents and members of ETFO Teacher/OT. As required by the School Administration Fees Act, ETFO negotiates at two separate centralized bargaining tables: one for teachers/casual teachers and the other for designated educators, instructional support staff, and professional support staff (called the “Central Table for Education Workers”). ETFO members for education workers voted 94% in favour of the Central Agreement on Education Workers 2019-2022. ETFO residents will now work with their respective school authorities to negotiate local collective agreements. Toronto, ON – Members of the Ontario Federation have voted to adopt centralized collective agreements with the Government of Ontario, the Ontario Association of Public Boards of Directors and the Council of Trustees` Associations: please enable JavaScript and try again. It looks like JavaScript is not enabled in your browser….

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