2.6. To qualify for the CFO Transition Allowance, the worker must be a member of the FI group on the date or after the signing of the collective agreement and have reached the maximum salary level for his level. In addition, the worker must have received at least 10 days` pay during the calendar month to qualify for the transition allowance for the full month. With other interim agreements, the government has concluded 34 agreements that, if ratified and signed, apply to more than 65,000 federal public service employees. The remaining interim agreements are expected to enter into force in the coming weeks and months, once negotiators have completed their ratification process and both sides sign the agreements. “These signed agreements are an important step in this round of negotiations. Through respectful and good faith negotiations with public service thinkers, we have entered into agreements that provide workers with fair wage adjustments and other provisions that reflect the current work environment. These agreements, which affect more than 6,200 workers from the FS and FI groups, are the first to be signed and ratified in this round of negotiations. 2.1. This collective agreement requires each worker to receive all wage adjustments within 90 calendar days from the date of signing. Since this provision is part of the collective agreement, it must therefore be implemented within the 90-day transposition period that expires on June 1, 2011. Changes to existing agreements or new provisions include: OTTAWA, August 1, 2019 /CNW/ – The Government of Canada maintains its commitment to negotiate in good faith with negotiators and today signed collective agreements with the Association of Canadian Financial Officers and the Professional Association of Research Services Officers.
1.1. The purpose of this directive is to provide information on the new CFO transition allowance rates contained in the Financial Management Group (FI) collective agreement. This agreement between the Treasury Board of Directors and the Association of Canadian Financial Officers was signed on March 3, 2011 and expires on November 6, 2011. 2.4. This allowance is not part of the worker`s salary and should not be used to calculate the wage at 4% drink or bonus instead of statutory holidays. 3.7. Although the new transitional rate rates apply on November 7, 2009 and November 7, 2010, a worker who complied with the 10-day duty rule during those months is entitled to the higher rate for the entire month. The following table gives instructions to change the current rate and to settle the retroactive payment of the CFO transition allowance: part-time workers are entitled to this allowance on a pro-rata basis.