PROVISIONAL AGREEMENT FOR THE RENEWAL OF THE APOC COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT The Association and the Company have reached an interim agreement on the extension of the collective agreement between the parties. Recognizing the need to continue the transformation of Canada Post into an e-commerce and parcel company that must compete for victory, the parties are pleased to have negotiated this >> colleagues. With the ratification of the collective agreement, the association has informed the company that we are now ready to pursue the outstanding issue of seniority until the final selection of the offer – the interest Arbitration.As explained in presentations throughout the country at debriefing meetings and made available in correspondence with our members. The parties will now attempt to confirm and >> 2018-2023 Fox Western Regional Agreement Public of the West Pettigrew Regional Agreement: All employees represented by APOC and their team leaders SUBJECT: Canada Post introduces new calendar for personal days on July 1, 2015 Canada Post and the Canadian Postal Service Association have negotiated significant changes to Personal Days in the current collective agreement. These amendments will come into force on July 1, 2015. From this date: The “Personal Days Year” to award >> Good Day, Please note that the Company has made changes to covid-related leave and how this will affect your 2021 risk premium. At the beginning of COVID-19, special leave basic codes for childcare, elder care and high-risk leave were introduced to deal with employee absences due to the pandemic for health and wellness reasons. We are now introducing a change in the holiday code. >> LATEST UPDATE: Lump sum payment to employees represented by APOC under a new collective agreement Hello everyone: Following Executive Committee meetings in November 2016, the Public Postal Service Association of Canada has introduced a privacy and confidentiality policy.
The guideline can be found under the following link: www.apoc-aopc.com/apocmedia/2017/02/10508839971486038560.pdf >> To all members. Spring has arrived and in a year (March 2009) our collective agreement expires. We need to be proactive and prepare for the next round of negotiationsTo be proactive, we involve all of our sections and members to meet their requirements for amending and supplementing the new contract. On the following page, you will find the day(s), website(s) and time of your establishment >> It is with great pleasure that we communicate the result of the ratification of the new collective agreement, which will take place on April 1, 2018. Attendance rate is 38.99% For 917 76.16% vs. 278 23.09% Choyé 9 >> Shared Message from Michael Ling, National President of the Canadian Postal Service Association and Susan Margles, Chief Human Resources and Security Officer We are pleased to announce that the Canadian Postal Service Association (APOC) and Canada Post have reached a four-year interim collective agreement. As the two parties began collective bargaining early and expedited the process, >> Canada Post and the Canadian Postal Service Association (APOC) met in Ottawa on Monday, November 17, 2008 to begin negotiations on a new collective agreement. This collective agreement is negotiated through interest-based negotiations.
In this process, the two sides sit down together to discuss their problems and find common solutions. The holidays have dates planned for the new year. The >> The new collective agreement is now available on the website. To see, click on this link. Collective Agreement Hello: As expected, we are pleased to inform you that today the vote on the ratification of the new collective agreement proposal has taken place. Ballots/envelopes will be delivered within one week from 30 October 2017. If you send your ballot or envelope before the end of the day on Thursday 2nd. November 2017, please email Abacus >> Canada Post and the Canadian Postal Officers Association (APOC) continue to negotiate the terms of the renewal of the collective agreement that expired on March 31, 2014 before 12:00 p.m. EST on November 3, 2017. The Association will provide the Company with its final offer at a meeting this Friday. The Association and >> Negotiations between Canada Post and the Canadian Postal Service Association (APOC) are ongoing.
The parties returned to the bargaining table on Monday, March 16, 2009 for two weeks of negotiations on a new collective agreement. Negotiations took place from 17 to 28 November and from 4 to 12 December 2008, as well as from 12 to 23 January and from 16 to 20 January. February 2009. As part of the interest-based bargaining process, >> cpa bargaining team of the CPC Canada Post AOPC Agreement and the Canadian Postal Service Association (APOC) continue to meet to negotiate a new collective agreement. The parties returned to the negotiating table on 3 May and are currently exchanging proposals on a range of issues. As part of the interest-based negotiation process, the two sides are working together to find common ground on key issues ahead. The parties are at a >> Canada Post and the Canadian Postal Officers Association resumed negotiations in the weeks of June 9 to 16 and made significant progress on a number of important issues. Both parties are motivated to reach a new agreement for the employees represented by APOC as soon as possible.
Talks are scheduled to resume in the week of July 21. >> Hello, once the official signing of the collective agreement is complete, we are pleased to inform you that the increase and retroactive payment, which date back to April 1, will appear on the July 8 salary. Thank you APOC National Office >> The National Office wishes to announce that a new start date has been set for the ratification of the new collective agreement proposal. It shall be followed by communications on the details of the proposal and the minutes of the vote. Please note that the new mail is delivered in an oversized ivory envelope and includes the statement to members detailing >> Canada Post made a global offer to the Canadian Postal Service Association (APOC) following a meeting the week of July 21. The offer contains a response to the association`s proposals as well as a limitation of the most important changes that the company is looking for in the next collective agreement. APOC agreed to respond on September 10, 2014. No additional information >> APOC members ratified a provisional agreement earlier this month. The new collective agreement is now available on the website. To see them, click on this link.
Collective Agreement “The conclusion of this agreement well in advance underscores the relationship of respect and cooperation between the parties,” said Deepak Chopra, President and Chief Executive Officer. Canada Post and the Canadian Postal Service Association (APOC) signed a new three-year collective agreement on November 27, four months before the current contract expires. APOC members ratified a provisional agreement in early November. The new agreement will enter into force on 1 August. April 2018, immediately after the expiry of the current agreement. It is valid until 31 March 2021. This provisional agreement is subject to ratification by the workers represented by the association. The agreement includes annual salary increases and improvements to health services, Canada Post said.
Recognizing the need to continue the transformation of Canada Post into an e-commerce and parcel company that must compete for victory, the parties are pleased to have negotiated this preliminary agreement before the current agreement expires. Colleagues, On January 16, 2013, the association wrote to the company requesting parity for our association members with respect to the collective agreement recently signed by the Canadian Canadian Union of Postal Workers. Although we recognize that we are not currently in negotiations and that the current collective agreement will not be concluded until September 31. Expiring in March 2014, we >> Canada Post and the Canadian Postal Officers Association to enter into negotiationsCanada Post and the Canadian Postal Service Association met on March 24, 25 and 27, 2014 to begin the process of negotiating a new collective agreement. The parties will continue to meet during the weeks of April 7 to 11, April 23 to 25 and April 28 to May 2, 2014. The collective agreement that >>. The month of March expires Dear colleagues, arbitrator Michel Picher was confirmed to hear the parties` observations on Thursday, August 27, 2009. We recommend and encourage all members to review Section 11 of the Collective Agreement to understand the processes involved in referring outstanding issues that could not be resolved through the arbitration process to an arbitrator.
>> Please note the link below for the dates of the “Extraordinary General Meeting” of the branches www.apoc-aopc.com/apocmedia/2017/02/7563075231486394006.pdf >> Dear colleagues, Arbitrator Michel Picher heard the parties yesterday, Thursday, August 27, 2009. .