We have an unpaid release of the OT list in our collective agreement. In the spring of 2017, a two-year renewal agreement was ratified by the central parties and, in accordance with the OSSTF Constitution, ratification of accession was necessary. The ratification vote was successful in approrogating the extension agreement and thus changing the central conditions for the 2017-2019 school years. The renewal agreement included the Employee Life and Health Trust (ELHT). OSSTF ELHT is called OSSTFBenefits. OsSTFBenefits Trust newsletters and information can only be accessed on the OSSTF province website for members. ETFO residents will now work with their respective school boards to negotiate local collective agreements. It is significant that a new language was negotiated under section L5.16 Teacher Performance Appraisal to include a TLDSB/OSSTF District 15 New and Experienced Teacher Performance Appraisal Process. This document is now an integral part of the collective agreement. NEWS ELEMENTARY TEACHERS` FEDERATION OF ONTARIO – TORONTO – Members of the Ontario Elementary Education Teachers` Federation (ETFO) have voted to adopt centralized collective agreements with the Ontario government, the Ontario Public Schools Association and the Trustes` Associations: there are delays in cancelling layoffs. More information can be found in the collective agreement.
New Tariff Language: 30.03 Absence without Payment – Posts that are not deductible from sick leave credits (code 3) Article 30.03 Short-term leave is authorized by the House and is treated by the Board of Directors for pension purposes. The loss of salary for 30.03 sheets is equivalent to 9.02 for each day of absence according to Code 3. Benefits will continue to be paid by the Board at the same rate during absences under Code 3. In the event of absence without remuneration approved by the human resources department, wage deductions are compensated before the school year on the salary periods of the school year, provided that the application is submitted in writing before June 30. Up to five (5) days per year are granted . . . . In addition to the collective agreement, our employment is subject to a multitude of laws: «With our members, we would like to thank parents and other supporters for coming together for public education over the past year,» Hammond added. The 2014-2017 collective agreement consists of two parts.
The first part is the central condition agreed through centralized negotiations between OSSTF, the Ontario Public School Boards Association (OPSBA) and the provincial government. The second part is the local conditions. It should be noted that at the time of deployment, Article L10.05 and Article L23.10 (c) have not been agreed and are currently being reviewed by OSSTF and OPSBA within C5.2.