Ontario Ombudsman Collective Agreement

The purpose of labour relations or worker bargaining is to protect discussions about the relationship between a municipality and its workers. The term “industrial relations” is widely interpreted as involving issues of unionization or non-unionization, as well as remuneration outside traditional employment agreements. The most obvious application of the exception is the debate on the negotiation of collective agreements and contracts for non-unionized workers[1], including discussions in the context of an ongoing labour dispute. [2] The exception allows for discussion of the qualifications[3] and the allowances of some workers. It also discusses staff changes, workload and the roles of some employees. [6] Staff performance, behaviour and discipline are cancelled, as are discussions about hiring or downtime. [7] as well as discussions about hiring or terminating staff. [8] Discussions on municipal restructuring or restructuring may be covered by the exception. [9] While general discussions on organizational charts generally do not adapt,[10] issues related to the impact on individual positions, role change and working conditions are covered by the exception.

[11] The waiver does not include board compensation[12] unless it is related to changes in staff compensation. [13] The exception for labour relations or worker bargaining does not involve discussions about the assessment[14] or the review[15] of a municipal service or company. [1] City of London, 24 April 2014 (Letter) [2] Township of Black River-Matheson, 9 January 2015 [3] Township of Baldwin, 9 December 2014; Town of Amherstburg, 15 December 2014 [4] Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands, 6 December 2013 [5] Municipality of Bonfield, 20 October 2013 [6] City of Welland, 18 November 2014; Village of Burk`s Falls and Township of Armour, October 28, 2015 [7] Municipality of South Huron, March 2, 2015 [8] City of Amherstburg, November 20, 2015 [9] City of Sault Ste. Marie, September 2, 2016 [10] City of Amherstburg, September 12, 2013 [11] City of Amherstburg, December 9, 2013; Municipality of Whitestone, November 18, 2014; City of Amherstburg, November 20, 2015 [12] Municipality of Russell, April 19, 2016 [13] City of Timmins, April 9, 2014 (letter); City of Oshawa, March 19, 2012 (Letter) [14] City of Grimsby, November 14, 2016 [15] Municipality of St. Charles, February 4, 2016 www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/Apply.aspx?Language=English&JobID=150016 Business Development Consultant Organization: Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Affairs Division: Economic Development Division, Business Development Branch City: Kemptville Job Term: 1 Permanent Job Code: 1Permanent Employment Employment Code: 12124 – Industrial Development Officer 3 Salary: .438.41 – .835.96 Per week – Choose your bargaining unit below to see your collective agreement and a series of useful guides and data sheets on your rights and rights.