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Cs Collective Agreement Leave

Any leave earned at the time of termination of public service is paid to you or, in the event of death, to your estate. For more information, click on the holidays to liquidate (required). On July 24, 2006, an employee of CS-01 was credited with a one-time leave of 37.5 hours. At the end of the current leave year (April 1, 2006 to March 31, 2007), the worker has 262.5 hours of leave and 37.5 hours on the single vacation credit. On March 31, 2007, there is no payment on vacation credits. However, at the end of the following leave year (April 1, 2007 to March 31, 2008), the worker again has a balance of 262.5 hours of leave and 30 hours of one-time leave credits. On March 31, 2008, payment will take 30 hours. However, these 30 hours must be paid on vacation credits and not on single leave. As a new employee, you are entitled to a leave corresponding to your vacation credits earned, but if you have completed 6 months of continuous employment, you are entitled to an advance of credits corresponding to the expected credits that you will earn during the current fiscal year. A fiscal year is defined as April 1 to March 31.

The purpose of this bulletin is to inform departments of the process of payment/transfer of excess leave for CS staff who are entitled to the single leave plan. Article 15.19 of this CS Collective Agreement (expiry date: December 21, 2007) grants certain employees of the CS a single leave of 37.5 hours. This right is exempt from the leave provision of 262.5 hours for the year of leave in which the worker is entitled to it. On the 31st the remaining credits in the single holiday bank are to be taken into account only for the purpose of calculating the maximum carry-over on any remaining assets in the holiday fund of 1 March of the following year of leave. The sum of these two balances must not exceed 262.5 hours. Any deductible resulting from the addition of these two types of holiday banks must be paid by the holiday fund and the single holiday credit must be left unchanged. You are expected to take your vacation the year it is deserved. If this is not possible, there are rules regarding the transfer and automatic payment of excessive holiday credits: on this page you will find information on the topics to consider when planning your holiday. It is expected that you will take your vacation in the year it is earned, but your manager may authorize other leave plans after considering the impact of your absence on the operational requirements of the organization.

TO: Compensation Managers Directors / Chiefs Labour Relations Could someone from the CS->IT conversion committee write a one-sided memo that clearly explains why it was made? Compensation and labour relations managers should direct any questions they have to the appropriate duty officer, who may, if necessary, address the relevant officials of the Executive Board Secretariat. This is a direct link to the information: [Conversion Initiatives – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY] (www.gcpedia.gc.ca/wiki/TBS_Classification_Program_for_the_CPA/Conversion_Initiatives#IT_-_Information_Technology) It started in 2015 and was originally scheduled to come into effect around 2018. Where is it indicated that this will happen in December 2020? Edit: I looked for it and it was ten years ago. My God, I feel old. I wrote to the contact address. Part of the official response has been: Carl Trottier Senior Director Collective Bargaining Labour Relations and Compensation Operations Conversion is scheduled for December 2020 and Human Resources Directors and Classification Managers have been equipped with communication and training to prepare for this process…