Operational Services Group (SV) - Table 2


Appendix G Continued

**Annex K
Memorandum of Understanding
Between the Treasury Board of Canada
and
the Public Service Alliance of Canada
with Respect to Crewing Systems and Seasonal
Employees under Appendix G

The parties agree to establish a joint committee comprised of appropriate representation to meet within ninety (90) days of the signing of the present agreement. The committee will:

Review issues related to the crewing systems defined under annexes B, C, D, and E of this agreement; and

Explore options related to bridging the off-season for seasonal employees working under the crewing systems defined under annexes B, C and D of this agreement.

The committee will submit its findings and its recommendations to the parties within eighteen (18) months of its first (1st) meeting.

All costs will be the responsibility of each party.


Appendix H

Printing Operations (Supervisory)
Group Specific Provisions and Rates of Pay

Notwithstanding the general provisions of this collective agreement, the following specific provisions shall apply to employees performing duties as Printing Operations Supervisors.

Hours of Work

1.01 Subject to clauses 25.07 and 25.08, the normal work week shall be scheduled so that the employees work thirty-seven decimal five (37.5) hours per week and seven decimal five (7.5) hours per day.

Pay Administration

2.01 If an employee dies, the salary due to him or her on the last working day preceding the employee's death shall continue to accrue to the end of the month in which the employee dies. Salary so accrued which has not been paid to the employee as at the date of the employee's death shall be paid to his or her estate.

Reporting Pay

3.01 If an employee reports for work on his or her scheduled shift the employee shall be entitle as a minimum to compensation equivalent to four (4) hours' pay at his or her hourly rate of pay.

3.02

  1. When an employee is required to report and reports to work on a weekend recess the employee is entitled to a minimum of three (3) hours' pay at the applicable overtime rate.
  2. The minimum payment referred to in paragraph 3.02(a) above does not apply to part-time employees. Part-time employees will receive a minimum payment in accordance with clause 59.05 of this Agreement.

3.03 Clause 3.01 and 3.02 are not applicable where the employee fails to receive reasonable advance notification not to report for work through absence from his or her home or because of other circumstances beyond the control of the Employer.

Travel Between Work Sites

4.01 An employee regularly employed in one plant who is required to travel to and work in another plant within the same headquarters area during the employee's regular hours or immediately after shall have normal travelling time to such other plant paid for at the applicable rate.


**Annex "A"
PR(S) - Printing Operations
(Supervisory) Group
Annual Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


PR(S)-1 - Annual Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7
$) August 5, 2010 46683 48669 50738 52893 55141 57488 59927
A) August 5, 2011 47500 49521 51626 53819 56106 58494 60976
B) August 5, 2012 48213 50264 52400 54626 56948 59371 61891
C) August 5, 2013 49177 51269 53448 55719 58087 60558 63129

PR(S)-2 - Annual Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7
$) August 5, 2010 52584 54816 57148 59576 62109 64750 67501
A) August 5, 2011 53504 55775 58148 60619 63196 65883 68682
B) August 5, 2012 54307 56612 59020 61528 64144 66871 69712
C) August 5, 2013 55393 57744 60200 62759 65427 68208 71106

PR(S)-3 - Annual Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7
$) August 5, 2010 59063 61570 64187 66914 69762 72722 75816
A) August 5, 2011 60097 62647 65310 68085 70983 73995 77143
B) August 5, 2012 60998 63587 66290 69106 72048 75105 78300
C) August 5, 2013 62218 64859 67616 70488 73489 76607 79866

PR(S)-4 - Annual Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7
$) August 5, 2010 66150 68963 71892 74948 78134 81454 84919
A) August 5, 2011 67308 70170 73150 76260 79501 82879 86405
B) August 5, 2012 68318 71223 74247 77404 80694 84122 87701
C) August 5, 2013 69684 72647 75732 78952 82308 85804 89455

PR(S)-5 - Annual Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7
$) August 5, 2010 74130 77281 80567 83988 87560 91279 95160
A) August 5, 2011 75427 78633 81977 85458 89092 92876 96825
B) August 5, 2012 76558 79812 83207 86740 90428 94269 98277
C) August 5, 2013 78089 81408 84871 88475 92237 96154 100243

Pay Notes

Pay Increments

  1. The pay increment period is twelve (12) months.

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  1. The pay increment date for an indeterminate employee appointed after September 1, 1988 to a position in the bargaining unit upon promotion, demotion or from outside the Public Service shall be the anniversary of such appointment that is twelve (12) months from date of appointment.

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  1. The pay increment period for term employees is fifty‑two (52) weeks. A pay increment shall be to the next rate in the scale of rates.

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  1. An employee appointed to a term position shall receive an increment after having reached fifty‑two (52) weeks of cumulative service. For the purpose of defining when a determinate employee will be entitled to go the next salary increment, "cumulative" means all service, whether continuous or discontinuous within the core public administration at the same occupational group and level.



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