16.5 Complaints deadlines must be met unless it is a reciprocal agreement to change the timelines. If the victim does not act within the prescribed time frame, the complaint ends. In addition, the employer`s inability to act on time allows the complaint to proceed to the next stage. “Many public sector collective agreements have already been concluded and will be reached under future economic conditions,” a provincial spokesman said in an email Thursday. While this collective agreement is concluded in accordance with the laws of the Province of Alberta, as amended from time to time, including, but not limited to, the School Act, the Alberta Human Rights Act, the Collective Education Act (PECBA), the Employment Standards Code and the Labour Relations Code. 17.1.5 Delegation decisions are governed by the provisions of the collective appeal agreement. 4. This legal letter expires on August 31, 2018 and will not be renewed beyond that date, even if the collective agreement is satisfied by the course of the law. This letter of intent does not apply to a general salary increase or lump sum payment for a settlement agreement negotiated after August 31, 2018.
17.2.2 The employer publishes the collective agreement and the link to the ASEBP website on the Livingstone Range School website. 1.4 The employer reserves exclusively all the powers, rights, powers, duties and responsibilities that are entrusted and transferred to the laws of the province of Alberta and is limited by the specific and explicit conditions of this collective agreement. The employer must act fairly, fairly and reasonably. 1.7 This collective agreement benefits and binds the parties and their rights holders. 1.4 “general increase” a percentage of salary increase applicable at all stages of all the grids of a settlement agreement. a) TEBA and the association. b) Any employer concerned. c) teachers covered by the collective agreement who are affected by the bonus. In the province of Manitoba, labour relations, including collective bargaining, are governed by provincial statutes, including the Labour Relations Act.