Csea Labor Agreement

As a first step, CSEA took proactive steps to ensure the safety of members and healthy working conditions and to preserve the chapter`s collective bargaining rights. CSEA has taken the lead in the outbreak to negotiate special agreements with districts to better protect our members. Many of these epidemic-specific agreements have been concluded and many more are under development. Q: What does the CSEA do to protect the health and rights of its members? A: CSEA played an important role in the development of the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health guidelines for the reopening of schools, which focused on developing specific measures to ensure the safety of students and staff in the event of schools reopening in the fall. The guidelines also instruct local education authorities to cooperate with working partners such as CSEA in order to reach an agreement before reopening at the table. Q: Do new agreements need to be ratified by members? A: All negotiated agreements are subject to the requirements of Directive 610 for the verification of field offices and the ratification of membership. The CSEA Board of Directors has waived parts of Directive 610 to allow chapters to ratify negotiated agreements on electronic meetings or online surveys. Chapters should not ask members to meet in person to do union business as long as health officials discourage such meetings due to the coronavirus pandemic. All regional representatives have been authorized by the President of the Union to obtain zoom accounts at CSEA`s expense in order to hold ratification meetings on Zoom, if the chapter so wishes.

Contact your employment relationship manager for more information. Your labour relations manager will immediately plan with your districts to ensure that the chapter is a fair agreement. Due to the agreements negotiated by your chapter, you may have other sheets at your disposal at the chapter level. Your labour relations manager can help. A: We have negotiated agreements to conclude. A return to school, either personally or as a model of distance learning, will change working conditions and the new requirements of the health authorities will also require negotiations. Many districts have negotiated agreements with the CSEA on the impact of testing on bargaining unit members. Coronavirus testing can and should be performed safely and in a way that protects employee privacy.

Q: When should our chapter look for agreements that regulate the impact of school closures, distance learning, or task changes? A: In coordination with labour relations representatives, the chapters should strive to reach an agreement as soon as possible. CSEA will be clear with the districts on bargaining rights under the law. Q: We have already negotiated an agreement. Why negotiate another one? Q: Is distance learning the same as the school closures we experienced in the spring of 2020? A: No. CSEA is currently working on coronavirus-specific, return and distance agreements with each district that will cover this issue. Talk with your employment relationship manager about compensation during the closure in your district. The absence of these criteria may be granted by the local health worker for primary schools open to personal education. .

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