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OPSEU sector 16 property assessment

OPSEU has won a victory against the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) on behalf of members who moved out of the Ministry of Finance to OPAC/MPAC in 1998. In 2016, OPSEU filed a grievance when MPAC refused to provide a special compensation entitlement on termination laid out in the collective agreement. Arbitrator Robert D. Howe……


In 2009, OPSEU filed a policy grievance regarding Teranet’s interpretation of the recognition clause. The recognition clause describes what Teranet work is governed by the Collective Agreement. Although Teranet and OPSEU worked hard to achieve a settlement, none was reached. The case therefore went to arbitration for interpretation of the recognition clause. Recently, the Arbitrator……


LONDON – A recent arbitration decision in favour of a Fanshawe college professor could help employees trying to balance variable work schedules with their child care responsibilities, says the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU). Fanshawe professor Amanda Zavitz-Gocan filed a grievance against the college in 2011 alleging discrimination on the basis of family status,……

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