Pension Plan surplus sharing agreement – Suspension of the mediation process?
Efforts to mediate a dispute between the CBC and the PNA and its Unions over the validity of the Memorandum of Agreement on Pension Surplus Sharing have so far failed to reach a settlement.
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Update on the Memorandum of Agreement
There has been an important development last week in the conflict that opposes the PNA and the Unions to the CBC concerning the status of the 2009 agreement on the sharing of any eventual surplus of the Pension Fund.
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Efforts to mediate a dispute between the CBC and the PNA and its Unions over the validity of the Memorandum of Agreement on Pension Surplus Sharing have so far failed to reach a settlement. Nevertheless, the mediators from Canada’s Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services have asked the parties to agree to a suspension of the […]
(This news concerns only those pensioners who subscribe to the supplementary health care plan) It’s been a challenging year for supplementary health care plans (SHCP) plans in general, and the Pensioners Plan is no exception. For the second year in a row, we forecast a deficit. To the end of August, benefit costs have amounted […]
The Minister of Labour has appointed two high-ranking civil servants to do the mediation regarding the Memorandum of Agreement on the surplus sharing of the Pension Plan. Peter Simpson, General Director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, and Robert Bellerose, Regional Director for Québec, have been appointed last month. The initial meetings, which will […]
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