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Etfo Occasional Teachers Collective Agreement

Members of the Ontario Elementary Teachers` Federation (ETFO) have voted in favour of central collective agreements with the Ontario government, the Ontario Association of Public School Boards and the Board of Trustee Associations: ETFO schools will now work with their respective school boards to negotiate local collective agreements. . Collective bargaining is what defines your collective agreement, the document that describes a teacher`s salary, benefits, working conditions, sick leave, leave, protection from arbitrary discipline and much more. “Together with our members, we would like to thank parents and other supporters for joining together last year for public education,” added Hammond. All members are invited to engage and participate in the negotiations. . Any item that is not considered a “central point” can be negotiated at the local level between the ETT and the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). Last night, On Monday 2 November 2020, etet members voted in favour of ratifying our provisional local agreement… ETFO also sends a Bargaining eNewsletter Collective, which is only a member. Please make sure your contact information with ETFO is up to date. You can update your contact information online or by phone at ETFO at 416-962-3836 and request membership data (available from 8:00 .m. – 17:00.m.). Visit the ETFO Collective Bargaining website for more information on the 2014 School Administration Act.

Members to ensure that you receive collective information in a timely manner, subscribe to ETT`s electronic communications. Click here to download the bargaining card [PDF] “Our goal was to advocate for public education and working and learning conditions that have made Ontario`s education system one of the best in the world,” said ETFO President Sam Hammond. “While these negotiations were protracted and difficult, our educators, with the support of parents and other members of the community, were held accountable for the government`s planned cuts to education.” With the passage of Bill 122, the School Boards` Collective Bargaining Act in 2014, all monetary items are now negotiated at the provincial level between ETFO, the ministry and the Ontario Public School Boards` Association (OPSBA). Among the topics discussed at Central Bargaining are: ETT is proud to announce that your local collective agreement has been ratified by everyone….