City Of Oshawa Collective Agreement

[6] Employee performance, behaviour and discipline are covered by the exception,[7] as well as discussions about staff recruitment or dismissal. [8] Discussions of municipal restructurings or reorganizations may be covered by the exception. [9] While general discussions on organizational charts generally do not match,[10] issues relating to the impact on individual positions, changes in roles and working conditions fall within the exception. [11] The exception does not include the remuneration of the Board[12], unless it involves changes in staff remuneration. [13] The exception for labour relations or labour negotiations does not relate to discussions about the assessment[14] or review[15] of a local authority. [1] City of London, April 24, 2014 (letter) [2] Township of Black River-Matheson, January 9, 2015 [3] Township of Baldwin, December 9, 2014; Town of Amherstburg, 15 years old. December 2014 [4] Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands, 6. December 2013 [5] Township of Bonfield, 20. Oktober 2013 [6] Stadt Welland, 18.

November 2014; Village of Burk`s Falls and Township of Armour, 28. Oktober 2015 [7] Municipality of South Huron, 2. März 2015 [8] City of Amherstburg, 20. November 2015 [9] City of Sault Ste. Marie, 2. September 2016 [10] Stadt Amherstburg, 12. September 2013 [11] Stadt Amherstburg, 9. December 2013; Gemeinde Whitestone, 18. November 2014; Town of Amherstburg, 20. November 2015 [12] Township of Russell, 19.

April 2016 [13] Stadt Timmins, 9. April 2014 (Brief); Stadt Oshawa, 19. März 2012 (Brief) [14] Stadt Grimsby, 14. November 2016 [15] Gemeinde St.-Charles, 4. February 2016 GM`s new three-year agreement is part of a historic model-fixing agreement reached for the first time with Ford, which provides for a 5% increase in hourly rates, a productivity and quality bonus totalling $7,250 and inflation protection premiums for a total amount of $4,000. Improvement of social benefits, shift bonuses and restoration of the 20 per cent wage gap in the craft sector. . . . .