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Stf Collective Bargaining Agreement

by on Apr.13, 2021, under Uncategorized

The Ministry of Education announced that it had reached an agreement with teachers on 22 April. The local agreement is between the Sun West Teachers` Association (SWTA) and the Sun-West School Division. Teachers employed in the Southwest School Division are subject to a provincial convention and local agreement. The new agreement applies from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2023. Teachers receive an increase of zero per cent for the first year and 2 per cent for subsequent years. REGINA — Saskatchewan teachers voted 85 per cent in favour of a new four-year collective agreement. The union and the government reached an interim agreement on 22 April. The agreement is retroactive to September 1 last year and runs until August 31, 2023. The provincial agreement is between the Saskatchewan Teachers` Federation (STF) and the provincial government and the Saskatchewan School Boards` Association (SSBA), which represents Sun West and other local school departments. Click here to see the Saskatchewan Teachers` Provincial Agreement.

Non-educational and school employees are members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 4802. Benefits and working conditions are described in a collective agreement negotiated with the Southwest School Division. “The adoption of this agreement does not signal that teachers` concerns have been addressed,” STF President Patrick Maze said in the statement. “If the government fails to implement significant changes, we will explore all avenues, including future rounds of negotiations, to ensure that students` needs are met.” In a press release released Thursday night, the Saskatchewan Teachers` Association announced that its members voted 85 per cent for the new four-year contract. The vote took place between Tuesday and Thursday. In future rounds of negotiations, to ensure that the needs of students are met. The Southwest School Division negotiated employment contracts with a number of workers` groups. Links to copies of the agreements and related information follow below. The STF says that recovering lost purchasing power and class complexity were the main problems in the negotiations. However, the government and proxy bargaining committee did not put in place class complexes in the agreement. READ MORE: Province, Saskatchewan Teachers Association agree a new 4-year contract Maze said the STF will participate with sector partners in a provincial committee to address class size and composition. The STF stated that it would address the issue of class complexity through a new provincial size and composition committee.

The government had previously set up a committee to discuss the idea, but the STF refused to participate. A bitter contractual dispute between the province`s 13,000 teachers and the Saskatchewan government is over after teachers ratify a new contract. However, the agreement does not address one of the main problems the union encountered during the negotiations: the composition and complexity of the classroom. The union said in the statement that the government`s bargaining committee was not prepared to include it in the contract.

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