Retsd Collective Agreement 2018

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Below is the current collective agreement between the River East Transcona Teachers Association and the Transcona River East School Division. If you have any questions about the interpretation of this agreement, call the RETTA office at (204) 661-1823 – you can download a PDF copy of the collective agreement by clicking here. Collective Agreement between MTS and GeneralTeamsters Local Union 979, September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2022 The intention and purpose of the parties to this agreement (hereafter referred to as this agreement) is to promote and improve the working relationship between the East Transcona River Transcona School Division and the River East Transcona Teachers` Association of the Manitoba Teachers` Society, Establish an acceptable compensation plan and other terms of engagement arising from the implementation of the agreement and create a basis for both parties to improve professional and academic services for schoolchildren and citizens of the East Transcona River Transcona School Division. All collective agreements are accessible online and in different ways. Much of the equipment is only available to bargain hunters. The agreement is a legally binding employment contract concluded through collective bargaining with the employer and the union. This agreement will enter into force on July 1, 2014 and will remain in effect until June 30, 2018 and will be automatically renewed from year to year thereafter, unless one of the other parties communicates by letter recommended the wish to replace or amend the agreement. This communication is issued in April of the contract expiry year. For the purposes of the salary plan, unless otherwise affected by this agreement, teachers are ranked according to the classification and years of work experience that are allocated to the Manitoba Education teacher (based on Manitoba Regulation 515/88) and included in the compensation plan.

MTS operates another website, The Collective Bargaining System, which allows collective teams to manage the collective bargaining process via a simple web browser interface, and provides access to support information and historical collective agreements through full text search and intuitive hypertext browsing.