Tdsb Collective Agreement

The collective bargaining framework for the education sector includes a two-stage bargaining process, which includes both centralized and local bargaining. The main negotiations usually cover important monetary and political issues (e.g..B remuneration, social benefits and paid holidays), while the local negotiations usually concern non-monetary issues or issues specific to the local council. In the education sector, according to the School Boards Collective Bargaining Act, the main parties are bargaining agents of workers (represented by unions), bargaining agents of employers (represented by Trustees` Associations) and the Crown (represented by the Government of Ontario). Collective agreements for Ontario`s education sector expired on August 31, 2019. .