Epsb Support Staff Collective Agreement 2017

15.2 “Central Position” means any item italicised in this Collective Agreement. 2.6.1 During centralised table negotiations, representatives of the association and TEBA meet and start collective bargaining no later than thirty days after the announcement. At the first meeting, the association and TEBA will exchange information on all requested changes. With regard to Article 8 of the Collective Agreement: 4.5.1 With effect from 1 September 2017, a teacher designated as head of school concludes a series of fixed-term contracts for a maximum period of five (5) years. Up to two (2) of these five years may be tested. After the maximum duration of the contract of five (5) years, including the maximum probationary period of two (2) years, the Board of Directors must decide whether or not to continue the designation and, if it continues, it is considered a permanent designation. 2.3.2 A communication under paragraph 2.3.1 shall be considered as a communication on the initiation of collective bargaining in accordance with Article 59(1) of the Labour Relations Act. From the 2017/18 school year, new teachers will receive an allowance and benefits, provided they are eligible under the ASEBP, for all new teacher orientation meetings required by the Board of Directors before the start of the school year. New teachers are people who were not employed as teachers by the board of directors in the previous school year. In order to obtain remuneration and benefits, the board of directors must have deemed it compulsory for new teachers to attend the meeting. (a) no teacher shall be assigned to tasks exceeding 1,800 minutes per week.

Teaching, student care and professional activities, such as professional accompaniment, staff meetings, committee work and parent/teacher conferences, provide useful time. The Liaison Committee shall serve as a means of communication and collaboration outside the framework of collective bargaining. The Committee shall be composed of: a) TEBA and the association. (b) each Management Board concerned. (c) the teachers covered by the collective agreement who are affected by the prize. This Committee shall meet monthly, unless mutually agreed to hold an additional meeting or cancel a meeting. The Superintendent of Schools and the President of the Institution may, by mutual agreement, establish subcommittees to conduct activities such as research, reporting and feedback. A report of activities and discussions may be prepared annually and made available to the chair of the premises and the superintendent of schools. 4.1.1 The Board of Directors may establish new classes of names for teachers covered by this Agreement. The salaries and allowances for these new classifications are, however, fixed in consultation with the association, before positions are first filled or teachers are appointed to the new classifications. .