The local provisions of the collective agreement, as it is officially called, have no deadline and remain in force until new agreements are reached. Local agreements complement their respective national contracts. A collective agreement is a written contract negotiated by one or more unions with the management of a company (or employers` organization) through collective bargaining for workers and which regulates workers` working conditions. This involves regulating workers` wages, benefits and obligations, as well as the obligations and responsibilities of the employer or employer, and often includes rules for a dispute resolution procedure.*. We, the workers who have been deliberately and inexplicably neglected by the provincial government, are extremely upset We are committed to making the McGill University Health Centre a "privileged place to work and learn." In addition to the unique intellectual and cultural benefits of being a member of the McGill University Health Centre community, we offer a comprehensive and competitive set of performances. Our performance programs are designed to contribute to the well-being of our employees. They provide protection in the areas of health and dentistry, short-term disability income, retirement, job security and much more. The list below highlights the general benefits available to our employees at the McGill University Health Centre: MaternityA pregnant worker may be entitled to twenty-one (21) weeks of maternity leave. Benefits are payable under the Quebec Parental Insurance Program (QPIP).
This program, combined with the benefits to be paid by the employer, offers the worker 93% of his salary for about 21 weeks. All permanent employees with a minimum service period of two (2) years benefit from "job security" and continuity of their benefits. McGill University Health Centre Employees` Union (MUHCEU) - CSN problems with the protection of health personnel The government is a manager who has accumulated five (5) years of service on April 30, receives five (5) additional days of leave. Occupational health and safety: staff are fully covered for injuries and illnesses in the workplace. This program is funded by the Government of Quebec through the Commission de la santé et de la sécurité au travail. For more information, we invite you to visit your website at www.csst.qc.ca Le plan d`assurance santé du Québec: Le plan d`assurance santé du Québec was created on November 1, 1970 and is intended for all Quebec quebecers. Under this plan, authorized persons registered with the Régie de l`assurance maladie du Québec benefit from insured health services and products.. . . .