Canadian Commercial Corporation Collective Agreement

20.2 NJC points that may be included in a collective agreement are the points that the parties to the NJC agreements have designated as such or on which the Chairman of the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Board has ruled in accordance with the c) of the NJC agreement that came into force on December 6, 1978. D8.01 When workers are prevented from performing their duties because of a strike or lockout on the premises of a federal, provincial, local, commercial or industrial employer, workers notify the company of the issue and the company will do everything in its power to ensure that these workers can perform their duties, so that they receive their regular wages and benefits to which they would normally be entitled. 51.3 In the event of a non-level in the appeal procedure under paragraph 51.2, no other level is waived, except by mutual agreement. 51.4 By mutual agreement, the parties may use a mediator to resolve a complaint in relation to discrimination. The selection of the mediator is done by mutual agreement. 20.1 Subject to the statutes of the National Joint Council, the conventions of the National Joint Council of the Public Service on points that could be incorporated into a collective agreement and approved by the contracting parties after December 6, 1978, will be part of this collective agreement, subject to the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Act (FPSLRA) and any legislation (by Parliament , which, if any, is required by a statute provided for in Section 113 (b) of the FPSL. Notwithstanding the section on job security in the collective agreement, this employment service annex is a priority in the event of a conflict between this annex to the transition of employment and this article. In addition, principles and guidelines on scientific integrity ensure that science is of high quality, without political, commercial and client intervention; and to train Agency staff on the role of science in evidence-based decision-making. The Government of Canada recognizes the importance of professional development and the role of the worker in the development of government policies or councils. If the Institute can demonstrate that a position has been substantially modified or if a staff member can prove that its position has been substantially changed, and if the Institute agrees, it may refer the classification issue to a representative of the company for verification who is responsible for reviewing these matters. If the institution and the Corporation do not agree with the outcome of the audit, they may file a claim pursuant to Articles D5 and D6 of this agreement. (b) On the written request of the worker and with the agreement of the company, a paid apprenticeship and development leave may be granted for one of the activities described in C16.01 a.