It`s been many weeks since most of you started telecommuting as a result of COVID-19. To support the guidelines of health authorities, we try to minimize the number of employees who come to work. The service appreciates the patience and collaborative spirit you have shown in this unprecedented situation, as well as your willingness to adapt quickly as the situation evolves. For the service, it is important that staff have the tools they need to be able to telework safely and efficiently in order to maintain essential services. the adjudicator appoints, subject to subsection 66, paragraph 4, a co-management body responsible for the engagement and finding of a complaint in charge and, if the context permits, a commission of adjur instituted in accordance with Section 65 and a contracting officer designated in a collective agreement for the purposes of this agreement; (referee) After reading the two conventions, I did not see any major differences between them. There are some minor differences, but the texts are similar. That will come in time, after the decision to make a collective agreement if we propose to stay at three or fall to two. Ottawa Integrated Health and Social Services Centre (CISSS): a dispute or difference resulting from the conclusion, renewal or revision of a collective agreement for which arbitration proceedings are sought pursuant to Section 50; (dispute) Senator Mockler: Could you explain in detail where the $3.1 million is allocated to the security services? (ii) whose duties include those of a personnel manager or have the duties that make the person directly involved in the collective bargaining process on behalf of the employer to answer your question about codes, look at how we talk, the possibility of integrating the various policies that exist in the various security services of the House of Commons and the Senate. a single policy for the parliamentary protection service. As far as SOPs are concerned, the challenge is wise over time, namely to build the structure and probably meet expectations.
Just because we have just integrated three different units does not mean that we are ready to go. We are dealing with three different collective agreements and more than 100 years of culture in each unit. It will take us some time to change that culture. The Senate Union of Protective Service Employees already signed a collective agreement in February. After the holidays, in January, everyone should have the same uniform. The uniform will be a dark navy blue with a new single shoulder dressing for the Parliamentary Protective Service. It`s going to be a new outfit. I look forward to this day, as this is the first step towards greater integration of services.