The Federation of Education Unions (FSE-CSQ) confirmed on Thursday that the proposed sectoral regulation was accepted by a majority during the final general meeting held on Wednesday evening, as were other unions representing education professionals.
The content of the results will be reported after next week's Federal Council meeting, the FSE announced in a Facebook publication on Thursday.
Members of the Federation of Education Professionals of Quebec (FPPE-CSQ), affiliated with the Central des Syndicats du Québec (CSQ), also announced Thursday that they voted in favor of the agreements in principle concluded with Quebec regarding the renewal of collective agreements. Have done. ,
“In principle the agreement will improve the working conditions of education workers, in addition to wages,” the FPPE-CSQ announced in a press release Thursday.
Thus, the agreements would specifically relate to holidays, insurance, overtime and even the organization of working hours, it was specified.
The agreements will be finally adopted on the condition that they are approved by the General Negotiating Council of the CSQ.
FPPE-CSQ continues to negotiate collective agreements for its Cree and Kativik School Board members.
Proposed Agreement for FPSS-CSQ
Members of the Fédération du Personnel de Support Scolaire (FPSS-CSQ) voted in favor of the proposed agreement established in principle with the government.
These agreements also affect the regional working conditions of school support staff and inter-regional issues of the Common Front.
FPSS-CSQ President, Eric Pronovost, specified that “The members have read the content of the proposed joint agreement and they decided by majority vote that it was satisfactory. They considered that positive elements are present to improve the conditions of their exercise. , He also said that the problems in education will not be completely solved, but it is a regulation that will make it possible to bring many solutions.
The results of the votes were sent to the Central des syndicats du Québec (CSQ), which will present data collected from other federations to the next General Negotiating Council.
Mr. Pronovost said, “I would like to emphasize our solidarity with the school support staff of the Cree and Kativik School Boards, whose negotiations to renew their collective agreements are ongoing.”