As with public communications, researchers or scientists who disseminate or communicate information through scientific research or media are subject to the Access to Information Act, the public sector code of values and ethics as adopted on April 2, 2012, and must comply with the Department of Finance Of Canada`s Communications Management Directive if it is not inconsistent with relevant collective agreements. To this end, the DDAA must have publication authorisation procedures compatible with relevant collective agreements. Permission to publish is not unduly retained. 7.5.4. For authorization issues, managers, superiors or other relevant staff may request changes or editorial changes. In the event that the authorization is subject to the integration of these changes or amendments and the author does not agree with the proposed amendments, the plant is not assigned to the employee if the employee requests it. If permission is granted, the author or authors must be informed in writing of the reasons. Under article 7.4, the terms “researchers”) and “scientists” are considered researchers (UC) and applied scientists (PS), as defined in the definitions of public service occupations – see page 9 of the directive. This definition can be expanded if additional bargaining units sign similar agreements on scientific integrity. 7.4.5. In accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 7.4.2 and 7.4.3, DDAA will ensure that workers have guidelines consistent with collective agreements and the Communications Management Directive to help them determine the types of public communications for which disclosure from the supervisory/management authority is desirable, as well as the appropriate time and form of such communications. 5.2.
There is nothing in this policy to replace all relevant collective agreements. Nor does the policy extend the provisions of collective agreements in this area to workers who are not subject to these agreements. Tariff Rates Not Authorized by Collective Agreement Bargaining Partners: UNIFOR Collective Agreement Expiration Date: June 30, 2022 Dispute Settlement Mechanism: Arbitration – Wage rates will change within one hundred and eighty (180) after the signing of the Collective Financial Management Agreement (FI). In accordance with Schedule “E” of the FI collective agreement, rates are paid in the form of lump sum payments before the change in remuneration: please consult the collective agreement for rates of pay. If persons in management or confidentiality positions are employed in a professional category and at the professional level under a collective agreement and their rates of pay have not been set by the tax office, they are paid at the rates of pay set in the collective agreement.