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  • Memorandum of Understanding with Respect to a Joint Learning Program - Joint Learning Program
    A about Strategic Partnerships Sample MOU Contact Us Regions Log in Log in Français Home About Us MOU with Respect to JLP Memorandum of Understanding with Respect to a Joint Learning Program This memorandum is to give effect to the agreement reached between the Employer and the Public Service Alliance of Canada in respect of employees in the Program and Administration Services Operational Services Technical Services Border Services and Education and Library Science bargaining units The Public Service Alliance of Canada Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat Joint Learning Program PSAC TBS JLP will continue to provide joint training on union management issues The Employer agrees to provide eight million seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars 8 750 000 to fund the PSAC TBS JLP from June 21 2011 until June 20 2014 The Employer agrees to provide a further 600 000 over the life of the 2011 2014 PA collective agreement to be dedicated specifically to promoting the participation of bargaining agents other than the PSAC in the PSAC TBS JLP The Employer agrees to provide a further 292 000 per month to the PSAC TBS JLP starting on June 21 2014 until the subsequent PA collective agreement is signed to ensure continuity of this initiative The PSAC TBS JLP will continue to be governed by the existing joint PSAC TBS Steering Committee The Bargaining Agent Side Secretary on the National Joint Council will be invited to attend the meetings of the PSAC JLP Steering Committee with voice but no vote The PSAC TBS JLP will undertake a review of its governance structure over life of the collective agreement with the objective of including other bargaining agents more fully in the operation of the JLP Home About Us Welcome Objectives Guidelines Criteria and Key Principles MOU with Respect to JLP

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/structure_pt1-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • Governance Structure - Joint Learning Program
    Us Q A about Strategic Partnerships Sample MOU Contact Us Regions Log in Log in Français Home About Us Governance Structure Governance Structure The Joint Learning Program JLP is guided by a Joint Steering Committee that is co chaired by Public Service Alliance of Canada PSAC President Robyn Benson and Sally Thornton Assistant Deputy Minister Governance Planning and Policies Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat The Joint Steering Committee is comprised of three senior representatives from the Union and three senior representatives from the Employer Non voting members representing the Union and the Employer are also part of the Joint Steering Committee Two Co Directors have been appointed to coordinate the program and a national JLP administrative office has been established The office is located in the PSAC headquarters at 233 Gilmour and is staffed by PSAC and federal Public Service employees Twelve regional coordinators two coordinators for each region one representing the union and the other one the employer have been hired in the six following regions Atlantic Region Quebec Region National Capital Region Ontario and Nunavut Region Prairies and Northwest Territories and British Columbia and Yukon Region JOINT STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS Union Representatives Employer Representatives Robyn Benson Sally Thornton Larry Rousseau Jacynthe Seguin Jean Pierre Fortin Susan Nutbrown Sarah Bélanger Margaret Van Amelsvoort Thoms Non voting members Stéphane Aubry Professional Institute of the Public Service Emmanuelle Tremblay Canadian Association of Professional Employees National Joint Council Bargaining Agent Side Secretary Andrea Dean The JLP Joint Steering Committee From left to right seated Sally Thornton and Robyn Benson standing Stéphane Aubry Jacynthe Seguin Andrea Dean Jean Pierre Fortin Susan Nutbrown and Margaret Van Amelsvoort Thoms Absents Emmanuelle Tremblay Larry Rousseau and Sarah Bélanger Home About Us Welcome Objectives Guidelines Criteria and Key Principles MOU with Respect to JLP Governance Structure Eligible

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/governancestructure-structuredegouvernance-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • Eligible Organizations - Joint Learning Program
    International Trade Tribunal Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency Canadian Radio television and Telecommunications Commission Canadian Space Agency Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board Canadian Transportation Agency Copyright Board Correctional Service of Canada Courts Administration Service Department of Agriculture and Agri Food Department of Canadian Heritage Department of Citizenship and Immigration Department of Finance Department of Fisheries and Oceans Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Department of Health Department of Human Resources and Skills Development Department of Industry Department of Justice Department of National Defence Department of Natural Resources Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Department of Public Works and Government Services Department of the Environment Department of Transport Department of Veterans Affairs Department of Western Economic Diversification Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec Energy Supplies Allocation Board Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission Immigration and Refugee Board Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission International Joint Commission Library and Archives of Canada Military Police Complaints Commission National Farm Products Council Office of Indian Residential Schools Resolution of Canada Office of Infrastructure of Canada Office of the Chief Electoral Officer Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages Office of the Communications Security Establishment Commissioner Office of the Coordinator Status of Women Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions Office of the Director of Soldier Settlement Office of the Director of Veterans Land Act Office of the Governor General s Secretary Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada Office of the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner Office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Parole Board of Canada Passport Canada Patented

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/eligibleorg-orgeligible-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • Frequently Asked Questions - Joint Learning Program
    a PSAC and a TBS co director and almost all roles in the Program are filled by both a Union and an Employer representative And every workshop is co delivered by a pair of volunteer facilitators How was the JLP initiated This initiative resulted from collective bargaining In 2001 as part of the settlement of the collective agreements signed that year the PSAC and TBS agreed to establish a joint learning program for PSAC members in the Core Public Administration and their counterpart managers In subsequent collective agreements in 2004 2008 and again in 2011 the commitment to the JLP was renewed In the current term of the JLP over 8M has been allocated to fund learning activities that are jointly designed and delivered The pilot was the first time a bargaining agent and the employer have agreed through contract negotiations to jointly deliver learning activities to enhance labour management relations in the public service Who can participate Since 2011 all Union members within the Core Public Administration are eligible to participate in the JLP What is a workshop JLP has organized the learning events as workshops rather than courses Workshops are generally understood to be short in length focussed on a single theme and to provide a hands on learning experience The workshops are designed using the principles of experiential and popular education In addition to providing knowledge related to the topic every workshop creates opportunities for Union members and their management counterparts to engage in a dialogue that fosters better relations in the workplace What topics are addressed The JLP offers workshops in seven areas Creating a Harassment Free Workplace Duty to Accommodate Employment Equity Labour Management Consultation Mental Health in the Workplace Respecting Differences Anti Discrimination and Understanding the Collective Agreement How are workshops scheduled The JLP

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/faq-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • Workshops - Joint Learning Program
    Strategic Partnerships Sample MOU Contact Us Regions Log in Log in Français Home Workshops Workshops Learn more about the seven core topics that the Joint Learning Program has chosen to highlight Creating a Harassment Free Workplace Duty to Accommodate Employment Equity Labour Management Consultation Mental Health in the Workplace Respecting Differences Anti Discrimination Understanding the Collective Agreement Home About Us Welcome Objectives Guidelines Criteria and Key Principles MOU with Respect

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/workshops-ateliers-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • Creating a Harassment-Free Workplace - Joint Learning Program
    Home Workshops Creating a Harassment Free Workplace Creating a Harassment Free Workplace Help build a healthy and respectful work environment This one day workshop has been designed to develop a common understanding of what harassment is what actions to take when it occurs and the process by which complaints are addressed The respective roles and responsibilities of the Union and the Employer will be clarified and policies and procedures will be reviewed through case studies You will leave with a strong commitment to building harassment free workplaces A second day of this workshop is available to bring leaders from labour and management together to assess the organization s current efforts to address and prevent workplace harassment Together the group will develop strategies and an action plan to create a healthy harassment free work environment for everyone Workshop Objectives The objectives of the workshop are To increase participants understanding of what generally constitutes harassment To clarify the respective roles and responsibilities of the union and the employer in creating a harassment free workplace and if harassment is believed to have taken place the roles and responsibilities of the parties in the complaint process To describe some of the individual behaviours that can create conflict in the workplace so that participants consider their impact on others To identify strategies and action plans for the union and the employer to work together to create a federal Public Service workplace that is free from harassment and discrimination Target Audience Creating a Harassment Free Workplace is delivered as either a one day or two day workshop The target audience for the one day workshop is Union members of the Core Public Administration and their corresponding supervisors and managers The target audience for the two day workshop is Union and employer representatives in the workplace Home

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/hfw-meh-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • Duty to Accommodate: Building an Inclusive Workplace - Joint Learning Program
    Us Q A about Strategic Partnerships Sample MOU Contact Us Regions Log in Log in Français Home Workshops Duty to Accommodate Duty to Accommodate An inclusive workplace is vibrant healthy and benefits everyone There are two options for this workshop The one day version of this workshop will focus on what is meant by duty to accommodate and the legal framework that guides it Through workplace scenarios you will explore different forms of accommodation and how to successfully address them You will examine the rights and responsibilities of employees the union and the employer in the application of workplace accommodation The one and half day version of this workshop offers the opportunity to apply the concepts more deeply by reviewing a process for accommodating an employee and analysing adjudicated case studies By the end of this workshop you will be ready to work towards a healthy equitable workplace Workshop Objectives The objectives of the workshop are To familiarize participants with the meaning and purpose of workplace accommodation To examine the myths and realities associated with workplace accommodation To promote a common understanding of the legal framework by all parties employees union management To define Duty to Accommodate as it pertains to the prohibited grounds under the Canadian Human Rights Act the Employment Equity Act case law and other relevant legislation To help participants understand the respective roles and responsibilities of the parties in the application of workplace accommodation To apply the learning to situations scenarios in which duty to accommodate is required To develop an appreciation of how everyone benefits from inclusive workplaces Target Audience The target audience is Union members of the Core Public Administration and their corresponding supervisors and managers Home About Us Welcome Objectives Guidelines Criteria and Key Principles MOU with Respect to JLP Governance Structure Eligible

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/dta-oda-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • Employment Equity - Joint Learning Program
    workshop will allow you to develop an understanding of the Employment Equity Act It will review the roles and responsibilities of labour and management in its application and will foster discussion about how employment equity benefits all employees The workshop will also challenge some common myths about employment equity the progress that has been made since the passage of the law and the ground that remains to be covered Most importantly you will work together as a group to ensure employment equity initiatives can be implemented in a way to create real and lasting equality in the workplace If you are a member of an employment equity committee this workshop is a must Workshop Objectives The objectives of the workshop are To increase participants understanding of the Employment Equity Act its purpose and benefits to all employees and the respective roles and responsibilities of the parties in applying the Act To identify and challenge some of the myths associated with employment equity To develop ways to work together to bring about an improved climate for employment equity initiatives in the federal Public Service To produce work tools that will guide the consultation processes and related practices Target Audience The audience

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/employmentequity-equiteemploi-eng (2015-04-05)
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