Collective Bargaining Committee

Collective Bargaining Committee

The Collective Bargaining Committee ascertains the negotiating priorities of the membership through the development, distribution and debriefing of a membership survey and collate and summarize the results of the membership survey; provide recommendations to the TTBU Executive regarding negotiating priorities based on the results of the membership survey; create a conceptual brief for presentation to the TTBU Executive not later than sixty Days prior to the expiration of the current Collective Agreement. The membership of the Collective Bargaining Committee shall be limited to a maximum of 15 Members, including at least one representative from an Adult Education Centre, one representative from a Junior High School, the Chief Negotiator and the liaison from the Executive.  The membership of the committee shall remain intact for one complete round of negotiations, including ratification of a new Collective Agreement. Further information can be found in the TTBU Constitution.

Grievance Appeals

The Collective Bargaining Committee  elects three members of the committee to serve as the Grievance Appeal Committee.

ANNOUNCEMENT!

Call for Collective Bargaining Committee Members – Deadline is Friday, September 17th at 4:30 PM 

The Collective Bargaining Committee (CBC) is a closed committee that remains intact for a complete round of bargaining.  Membership shall be limited to a maximum of 15 Members, including at least one representative from an Adult Education Centre, one representative from a Junior High School, the Chief Negotiator and the liaison from the Executive.

If necessary, an election will be held for registered voters at TBU Council on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021

The duties of the CBC are available in the TBU Constitution, Bylaw 3.1.1.  A significant portion of of the committee’s work will focus on :

  • ascertain the negotiating priorities of the membership through the development, distribution and debriefing of a membership survey and collate and summarize the results of the membership survey;
  • provide recommendations to the TTBU Executive regarding negotiating priorities based on the results of the membership survey;
  • create a conceptual brief for presentation to the TTBU Executive not later than sixty Days prior to the expiration of the current Collective Agreement;
  • Establish a Grievance Appeal Committee

Interested members shall submit their name, worksite and non-TDSB email address to jramirez@osstftoronto.ca  no later than Friday, September 17th at 4:30 PM

Executive Liason: Nicole Gauthier

Committee Events

  • This committee does not have any upcoming events.