It is in the interest of each ETFO member to read and understand the agreement and to support the local negotiation process. These are just a few things that would be threatened in the absence of collective bargaining: members of the Ontario Elementary Teachers` Federation (ETFO) voted in favour of centralized collective agreements with the Ontario government, the Ontario Public School Boards` Association and the Council of Trustees` Associations: members are encouraged to register with the Provincial eNewsletter ETFO. To do this… Go to the ETFO website www.etfo.on.ca/, go to the eNewsletter-In email address (top corner to the right of the home page) enter your personal email address (DO NOT enter YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS) and click GO. Once you have registered, you will receive eNewsletter with the information you need to stay abreast of your Union. In short, collective bargaining protects your rights as education workers. Read your collective agreement again today. Electronic memos will continue to be e-mailed to members if necessary. It is the fastest, most efficient and most cost-effective way to communicate with members.
Your collaboration in providing your non-board email address and information on changes is a great way to work together. Use the ot.ca/updateme easy www.etfo-yr URL to access the “Refresh Me” page on our website. Help us keep you up to date. Their local collective agreement is full of rights, rights and protection from arbitrary treatment. ETFO residents will now work with their respective school boards to negotiate local collective agreements. Among the topics discussed at Central Bargaining are: ETT is proud to announce that your local collective agreement is now… . ETFO has launched a new website to help junior/media teachers in introducing playful learning in class 4-8 ETFO has launched a new website for ETFO members sharing evaluation members to ensure that you receive timely information about collective bargaining by subscribing to e-communications to obtain ETT Electronic Communications. If you have any questions about your ETFO Membership/EdVantage card, please contact the PROVINCIAL ETFO Office at 416-962-3836 or 1-888-838-3836 For more information on the 2014 School Management Act, please visit Etfo Collective Bargaining.
Click here to download the Collective Bargaining [PDF] Bargaining Bargaining Is What Establishes Your Collective Agreement, the document that describes a teacher`s salary, benefits, working conditions, leave, leave, protection from arbitrary discipline and much more. . “Together with our members, we would like to thank parents and other supporters for joining together last year for public education,” added Hammond. If you`re looking for a form, you can find it under “Forms,” if you want to know about an event, you`ll find the information in “Events,” “Commissions” – and in the Calendar.