|1. What is a TTC collective agreement?
|A TTC collective agreement is a legally binding contract between the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) and a union representing its employees. It outlines the terms and conditions of employment, including wages, benefits, and working conditions.
|2. Can the TTC collective agreement be changed?
|Yes, TTC Collective Agreement changed negotiations TTC union. Changes agreed both parties documented writing.
|3. What happens if the TTC violates the collective agreement?
|If the TTC violates the collective agreement, the union may file a grievance and seek remedies such as compensation for affected employees. It is important for both parties to adhere to the terms of the agreement to maintain a harmonious work environment.
|4. Are all TTC employees covered by the collective agreement?
|Most TTC employees are covered by the collective agreement, including bus drivers, subway operators, and maintenance workers. However, certain managerial or supervisory positions may not be included in the agreement.
|5. How long does a TTC collective agreement last?
|The duration TTC Collective Agreement varies negotiated TTC union. It may last for a specific number of years, after which it must be renegotiated.
|6. Can TTC employees strike if they are unhappy with the collective agreement?
|Yes, TTC employees have the right to strike if they are unable to reach a satisfactory collective agreement with the TTC. However, specific legal procedures requirements followed strike occur.
|7. What role does the Ontario Labour Relations Board play in TTC collective agreements?
|The Ontario Labour Relations Board is responsible for overseeing collective bargaining and resolving disputes related to TTC collective agreements. Ensures TTC union adhere applicable labor laws.
|8. Can non-unionized TTC employees benefit from the collective agreement?
|Non-unionized TTC employees may still benefit from certain provisions of the collective agreement, as it may set industry standards for wages and working conditions. However, same rights protections unionized employees.
|9. What should TTC employees do if they have concerns about the collective agreement?
|TTC employees should first address their concerns with their union representatives. If their concerns are not resolved, they may seek legal advice or file a formal complaint through the grievance procedure outlined in the collective agreement.
|10. How can TTC employees stay informed about changes to the collective agreement?
|TTC employees can stay informed about changes to the collective agreement by actively participating in union meetings, reading official communications from the union and the TTC, and staying updated on relevant labor laws.
Welcome to the TTC Collective Agreement, a legally binding contract between all parties involved in the Toronto Transit Commission. Agreement outlines terms conditions employment, well rights obligations TTC employees.
|Article 1 – Definitions
|In this agreement, “TTC” refers to the Toronto Transit Commission, and “employee” refers to any individual employed by the TTC under a collective agreement.
|Article 2 – Employment Terms
|All employees of the TTC are entitled to fair and equal treatment, including but not limited to wages, benefits, and working conditions, in accordance with applicable labor laws and regulations.
|Article 3 – Grievance Procedure
|In the event of a dispute or disagreement between the TTC and its employees, both parties agree to follow the established grievance procedure as outlined in this agreement.
|Article 4 – Termination and Severance
|In the event of termination or severance, employees are entitled to receive fair and reasonable compensation in accordance with the relevant labor laws and regulations.
|Article 5 – Confidentiality
|All employees are required to maintain the confidentiality of sensitive information and trade secrets belonging to the TTC, both during and after their employment with the company.