Manitoba Collective Agreement Database

If you are looking for agreements in other provinces or federal agreements, you can access multiple resources through the resource list. On this search page, only current and past agreements will be displayed. If you would like to access previous agreements, please contact the CBA analyst at 780-427-8301. Once an agreement has been negotiated, it can make several changes before signing and submitting a final copy that can take months. How long will it take for the parties to develop and sign the new collective agreement? The government is subject to the Freedom of Information Act and the Data Protection Act with respect to the provision of agreements containing personal data such as the names of employees. This information is edited before the agreement is made available for research. All collective agreements are accessible online and in different ways. Much of the equipment is only available to bargain hunters. The province uses this data to produce reports such as the updated negotiations, which provide labour relations and tariff information to the public. Collective agreement between MTS and GeneralTeamsters Local Union 979, from September 1, 2018 to 31.08.2022 Why are only two agreements respected for each bargaining relationship? The labour code requires unions and employers to file a copy of their collective agreement with the Director of Mediation Services. Section 150.1 of the Labour Code requires collective agreements to be filed within 30 days of the contract being concluded. If an agreement has not yet been ratified or if no final copy has been filed, it will not appear on this site. 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.

You can view, print or download the full text of each agreement. It`s a free service. No subscription or password is required. The submission of your collective agreement in accordance with Section 132 of the Labour Code helps to improve the quality of information on collective bargaining. The province uses this data to produce reports such as The Negotiation Update, which provides labour relations and pricing information to the public. Documents supporting the collective agreement, such as Z.B. Amendments, letters of agreement and results of the opening of salary, may be submitted by e-mail or contact with the CBA analyst at 780-427-8301.

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