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1 2010 Collective Agreement Presentation of MOS April 5 & 6, 2010

2 Following negotiations with the City of Mississauga Bargaining Committee, the Association presents to Local 1212 Members this Memorandum of Settlement for a 2010 Collective Agreement. 2

3 Our Negotiations In accordance with our Local Constitution and the Collective Agreement, the Local 1212 Negotiating Committee had prepared proposals and filed necessary documentation with the City November 30, 2009 to bargain for a 2010 Collective Agreement. 3

4 Our Negotiations Early on, we agreed to hold off negotiations until early January 2010. Subsequently with changes to both the City and our own committees, negotiation dates were set to commence in early February. 4

5 Our Negotiations Early February, workloads and deadlines forced the City to request a postponement. Early March we met again, the City requested time to re-confirm their mandate in light of current events (bargaining trends and municipal elections). 5

6 Our Negotiations At these early March meetings we jointly committed to the dates of March 24-26, to bargain around the clock to continue and resolve our negotiations either with a signed deal or impasse. 6

7 Our Negotiations Early on March 26, 2010 we signed a Memorandum of Settlement following a 40 hour round of negotiations. 7

8 Our Negotiations Your Association Negotiating team of Chris Varcoe, Mark Train, Mike Scarangella, Dave Rutka and Ryan Coburn bring forward and recommend the following Memorandum of Settlement for ratification. 8

9 Memorandum of Settlement Between: THE CITY OF MISSISSAUGA And Mississauga Fire Fighters Association IAFF Local 1212 Friday, March 26, 2010 12:45 a.m. 9

10 Preamble The parties herein agree to the terms of this Memorandum as constituting the full settlement of all matters in dispute and the undersigned representatives of the parties agree to unanimously recommend complete acceptance of all the terms of this Memorandum to their respective principals. Cont’d… 10

11 Preamble The parties have agreed that the term of the Collective Agreement shall be from January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010. The date of ratification will be the date that City Council ratifies which is the date following the Association ratification vote. Cont’d… 11

12 Preamble Retroactive wage adjustments will be extended to those employees who have retired, to the estate of employees who died between January 1, 2010 and the date of ratification and those who, from January 1, 2010 became an LTD recipient. Cont’d… 12

13 Preamble The parties herein agree that the said Collective Agreement shall include the terms of the previous Collective Agreement which expired on December 31, 2009, provided however that the following amendments are incorporated: 13

14 Memorandum of Settlement Only Items The first items presented are MOS only items. These will be relied upon in practice but will not form part of the Collective Agreement. They are presented first just for simplification of the presentation. The handout provided is in the same order. 14

15 #1 - Clothing Memorandum of Settlement Language Only The parties agree to create a joint committee to review: Footwear, Annual clothing issue and Short pant issue. 15

16 #2 – Mechanical 4 Day Week Memorandum of Settlement Language Only The parties agree to discuss necessary working changes to the 4 day work week schedule in the mechanical division. 16

17 #3 – Alternate Hours of Work for others Memorandum of Settlement Language Only The parties agree to discuss alternate work arrangements for day staff. 17

18 #4 – Fire Prevention Organization Memorandum of Settlement Language Only The parties agree that during the reorganization of the Fire Prevention Division, specifically, the amalgamation of the Inspection and Public Education units, the Corporation will continue to meet with the Association to discuss the provisions for overtime, use of Fire prevention vehicles, individual training plans, training schedules and the transition plan of employees. 18

19 #5 – Shift Exchange Memorandum of Settlement Language Only At a Labour Management meeting, the parties agree to further discuss various aspects concerning the shift exchange program. 19

20 #9 - Article 10 - Clerical Uniforms Clerical Uniforms – In the Memorandum of Settlement Only, the Corporation will articulate that Clerical staff will be reimbursed $150 annually for the purchase of uniform shoes in accordance with the Uniform policy. 20

21 #10 - Communications Centre Memorandum of Settlement Only– Communication Centre The parties agree to revise and renew the following Memorandum of Settlement only language: Internal Hire (MFES Employees) The parties agree that a temporary employee may fill in for a maximum of fifteen (15) months to accommodate a leave of absence and the training required for the Communication Operator position. This arrangement is for a period which ends no later than March 31, 2011. 21

22 #10 - Communications Centre External Hire The external candidates hired to fill in for a maternity/parental leave of absence in the Communication Centre will be called a ‘Multi-Shift Operator”. She/he will be hired with the knowledge that she/he may be laid off. These ‘operators’ may be moved among the four (4) shifts with two (2) weeks’ notice. For the purposes of overtime call back, temporary employees will be eligible, once fully qualified. These Multi Shift Operators will not bump any internal hire mentioned herein (internal hire). Multi shift operators will be eligible for call back only while employed in a full time capacity. Salary and benefits and seniority will be per the Collective Agreement. Continued….. 22

23 #10 - Communications Centre These employees will be considered for layoff and recall only within the Multi Shift Communication Centre pool of employees, and will not affect the rest of the Bargaining Unit. This arrangement is for a period which ends no later than December 31, 2010. Union dues will be deducted on a pro-rated basis for such employees and remitted to the Association’s Treasurer on a monthly basis with an explanatory statement (1/10 x 1% per month of a 1 st Class Fire Fighter end rate salary to the even $1000.00)”. 23

24 #15 - Dishwashers Memorandum of Settlement Only – Station Renovation/New Station The Corporation confirms its intention to install a dishwasher at new stations and in stations undergoing significant internal kitchen renovations. 24

25 Contract Language Change / Addition The following items will change working conditions and compensation and will be reflected in the language of the collective agreement body or appendices as necessary when the contract is revised. 25

26 #6 - Time Banks - Time off Appendix N – Lieu Time (New) The parties agree to the following Appendix N language: Effective for the period of June 1, 2010 to December 31, 2011: Continued…. 26

27 #6 - Time Banks - Time off “Employees not subject to the terms of Article 7.04 may bank pre-approved overtime as lieu time during each calendar year as follows: Effective December 2010, all banked lieu hours in excess of one hundred and ninety two (192) hours will be paid out on the last pay of December 2010. Effective December 2011, all lieu hours in excess of ninety-six (96) hours will be paid out on the last pay of December. From that day forward, any banked lieu time in excess of ninety six (96) hours at the last pay in December of the calendar year will automatically be paid.” 27

28 #6 - Time Banks - Time off To facilitate the use of time, rather than pay-out, the vacation maximum in Article 6.02 ‘Fire Suppression’, will be changed to reflect 19 off on vacation plus two (2) time owing. The maximum off in the DC’s group will not change. Again, this is effective for the period of June 1, 2010 to December 31, 2011. 28

29 #7 – Vacation Carry Over Article 6.03 Vacation Carry Over The parties agree to amend Article 6.03 to include the following new language: Employees are permitted to carry over a maximum of one (1) week vacation entitlement to the following vacation year. Any vacation carried over must be used in the subsequent vacation year. A maximum of one (1) week may only be carried over at any time. 29

30 #8 – Salary Increase Article 9 Article 9.01 – Salary Increase The parties agree to the following salary increases: January 1, 2010 2.5% July 1, 2010 0.5% 30

31 #9 - Article 10 Economic Adjustment Article 10 – Clerical Staff The parties agree as follows: Economic Adjustment - January 1, 2010 2.5% and…. 31

32 #9 - Article 10 Economic Adjustment The Corporation agrees to amend Article 10.02 Statutory Holidays as follows: “In addition to the above Statutory Holiday list, the Corporation will designate a half (1/2) working day holiday before Christmas day, or during the Christmas shutdown.” and…. 32

33 #9 - Article 10 Economic Adjustment Cleaning Allowance (Clerical)– Effective January 1, 2010, the cleaning allowance for Clerical staff will be three hundred and sixty ($360) dollars. 33

34 #11 - Access to Information Article 3 – Recognition (New Language) The Parties agree to add the following new Article 3.04 language: “The City will provide the Association with an annual printed and electronic listing of all employees, their mailing addresses from their pay stub, and an electronic file containing images of those MFES employees on file with the Training Division.” 34

35 #12 - Vision Care Increase Appendix A12(b) – Vision The parties agree to amend Appendix A12 (b) as follows: Effective September 1, 2010 the vision care benefit will be increased to four hundred and fifty ($450) dollars every twenty-four (24) months. 35

36 #12 – Paramedical Service Increase Effective September 1, 2010 the per visit physiotherapist maximum will be revised to fifty ($50) dollars, and the massage therapy per visit maximum will be revised to forty ($40) dollars. 36

37 #13 - Dental Benefit (ODA) Appendix A12 (h) – ODA The Parties agree that, effective April 1, 2010, the ODA will be revised to the 2009 ODA schedule of fees. 37

38 #14 - Retirement Age Appendix A 17 – Retirement The parties agree to the following new language: The parties agree to maintain and enforce the mandatory retirement age of 60 for suppression and suppression training employees. and…. 38

39 #14 - Retirement Age Appendix A 17 – Retirement Those employees who wish to work past age 60 must pass the appropriate annual medical examinations and physical testing required by the City. 39

40 #16 - Letters of Understanding Letters of Understanding The parties agree to the following: – Appendix A-Renew – Appendix B-Renew – Appendix C-Renew – Appendix D-Renew – Appendix E-Renew – Appendix F-Renew 40

41 #16 - Letters of Understanding Letters of Understanding The parties agree to the following: – Appendix G-Revise dates and renew – Appendix H- Renew – Appendix I-Revise and Renew – Appendix J-Renew – Appendix K-Renew – Appendix L-Renew – Appendix M-Renew 41

42 #17 - Superseded Dates Administration Only The parties agree to delete any references to superseded dates in the Collective Agreement. 42

43 #18 - Duration Article 18 – Duration The Parties agree to a one (1) year agreement effective January 1, 2010-December 31, 2010. 43

44 END 44

45 45Secretary M. Train, October 14, 2009


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