5.01 In the event that a law passed by Parliament, applicable to workers, determates a provision of this Agreement, the other provisions relating to the duration of the Agreement shall remain in force. The PSAC and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) today signed the new collective agreement ratified on September 29 by PSAC-UTE members. The contract includes approximately 27,500 employees of the federal public service. The PSAC has since signed collective agreements for nearly 120,000 civil service employees. 33.08 A worker may not earn or obtain leave credits under this Agreement, or in any month or in any fiscal year for which the worker has been credited or granted, in accordance with the terms of another collective agreement with which the employer is associated or other rules or rules of the employer. 6.59 For other employees, the Agency reviewed, prior to each round of collective bargaining, economic and labour market conditions and the most recent collective agreements in both the public service and the private sector. It also reviewed the demographic and compensation data of its staff and commissioned compensation studies for two professional categories — public accountants and computer scientists — to ensure that its bargaining position is sufficient to attract and retain these qualified employees. 1.1.23 Rating shall examine the use of private temporary staff, consultants, contractors, the use of contractual services, appointed staff (conditions) for a given period and any other non-indeterminate staff. As far as possible, the credit rating agency may not employ or re-contract such private temporary agency workers, consultants, contractors, contractual services, or renew the employment of such persons, if such a measure would facilitate the recruitment of surplus workers or dismissed persons. The CRA is committed to the principles of openness, transparency, professional integrity and ensuring better availability of information for all its employees and the Canadian public with respect to collective bargaining. Subject to and as provided in section 215 of the FPSLRA, the alliance may make a class complaint to the employer on behalf of workers in the bargaining unit who feel aggrieved by the interpretation or application of a provision of a collective agreement or arbitration award customary for those workers. .

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