Winnipeg Police Collective Agreement 2017

The Memorandum of Understanding between the city and the EPA is for a five-year period, December 2016 to December 2021, and includes general wage adjustments of 2.5% at the end of 2017, 2018 and 2019 with an additional 1% in June 2020, 1.5% in December 2020, 1% in June 2021 and 1.5% in December 2021. On the basis of the calendar year, general wage increases, without concessions, are 2.49% each year, 2.61% in 2018, 1.63% in 2019, 1.61% in 2020 and 1.59% in 2021. Bowman said in a statement that he continued to support the collective bargaining process, but did not respond directly to accusations of micromanagement. Other changes are being made: – a new agreement that introduces five additional classifications (mechanics, mechanics, foremen, janitors and carers) into the staff`s C-2 payroll plan, with pay rates corresponding to other civil bargaining units performing operations similar to those of work, and reductions on minimum hours paid for one hour, to three hours, paid for failing to obtain notice after 22:00 hours of the day prior to the scheduled trial date, including changes to work schedules, including the ability of the Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) to implement staggered departure times in general patrol services, thereby increasing the number of cars that can respond during the high-level call for hours of service without increasing the number of police officers in the department. In addition, the evening night shift at The Canine Unit is included in a collective agreement, extending the additional duties of cadets, including the ability to deal with traffic hazards, accompanying duties within police headquarters, security oversight in the police building and the possibility of filling vacancies in the River Patrol Unit, the process of promoting the rank of inspector will be removed from the police assistance plan effective June 5, 2017 and – changes to the letters of allocation of positions for police and personnel to allow for cost-neutral changes. CUPE Local 500 negotiated and managed fourteen collective agreements and about 5,000 members. Our rates range from one member to about 5000 in the City of Winnipeg. However, this year, the policy will receive a pay increase of 2.49%. This increase will increase to 2.61% in 2018, then to 1.63% in 2019, to 1.61% in 2020 and to 1.59% in the last year of the contract. “I would like to thank the negotiating committees for their cooperation in this agreement,” said Mayor Brian Bowman. “I am pleased that what will be submitted for approval by the Executive Committee and council is a negotiated solution that is the longest and most sustainable negotiated agreement in nearly 20 years between the City of Winnipeg and the Winnipeg Police Association, while reflecting the essential services that the men and women of our police service provide to us all.” The contract also allows auxiliary police officers to perform more duties instead of uniformed public servants.