Etfo Collective Agreement Thames Valley

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On Tuesday evening, the TVDSB Foundation Board voted and approved the agreement. “Our goal of local bargaining was to negotiate a fair collective agreement that would address working conditions issues through free collective bargaining,” said Craig Smith, President of ETFO Thames Valley Teacher Local. On June 4, ETFO Thames Valley Teacher Local and TVDSB agreed on an interim local agreement and signed the Settlement Protocol on June 5. Last week, members of the Ontario Elementary Teachers` Federation (ETFO) Thames Valley Teacher Local voted to adopt the preliminary agreement. Send us an email and we`ll contact you soon, or we`ll call you Monday to Friday between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. — we`d love to talk. To say that this fall`s staffing courses were a challenge for TVDSB staff is certainly an understatement. New announcements and additional government dollars have led the Board of Directors to reorganize permanent teacher missions several times in recent weeks and to remove and reorganize many long-term basic negotiations.

The union says there are five local bargaining dates with TVDSB and that they will continue to inform their members of the progress made. The strike vote allows the union to leave teachers` work when discussions break out at the bargaining table. In recent years, a campaign of work-to-rule campaigns has been launched before a strike. LONDON, HAVE. — Teachers from the Thames Valley District School Board (TVDSB) have a new contract. The Elementary Teachers` Federation of Ontario (ETFO) held a local strike vote Thursday night in Budweiser Gardens, where about 3,000 members voted. The count revealed that 97% are in force to strike at the local level. .

Teachers at the local primary school vote on strike. And now?.