1.1. The purpose of this directive is to provide information on changes to the training allowance in accordance with the NR Group collective agreement, signed on 25 January 2012. 2.1. This collective agreement requires each worker to receive all wage adjustments within 120 calendar days from the date of signing. Since this provision is part of the collective agreement, it must therefore be implemented within the 120-day transposition period that expires on May 24, 2012. 2.7.1. A worker is not entitled to pay for periods of LWOP or suspension. Carrie E. Roussin Managing Director Compensation Sector Accounting, Banking and Compensation 3.1. The Recruitment and Retention Allowance 251 is still used to pay the terminated compensation. 4.1.
For information in this document, please contact your Office of Public Works Compensation and Government Services Canada (PWGSC). 2.2. Participation allowance is paid to all workers in positions in the AR, EN-ENG and EN-SUR and subgroup groups. Compensation is not paid to a person or person who was no longer a member of the bargaining unit prior to the date of this agreement. 2.5.1. When an NR worker is required by the employer to perform the tasks of a higher classification level within the NR group, the time payable must be proportional to the date on which he or she is at all levels. 3.4.6. For payment instructions, please consult the Personal-Pay Input Manual (PPIM) PPIM 4-4-09, PPIM 4-4-18-4-1, PPIM 4-4-1-5-1, PPIM 4-4-5-2 and PPIM 5-9. With effect on 1 October 2012, the remaining 50% will be abolished and replaced by an increase in the worker`s salary.
As a result, the allowance is no longer necessary and should be stopped. 3.4.5. At the close of CAP 18R, compensation advisors must enter “OV” in field 71. This ensures that recoveries are made directly from the subsequent review payment and not from regular salaries. 3.2. As of October 1, 2011, the resilient allowance is paid at the rates below, which represent 50% of the allowance before that date. 3.4.3. Compensation advisors are also required to process recoveries for each day the remuneration was paid in full after October 1, 2011 by entering into a transaction ENTITLEMENT – ONE TIME RECOVERY – CLOSED PERIOD (ENR – PAC 18R). The calculation of the amount to be recovered is done manually by the compensation advisors on the basis of the new rate of pay and the number of days received at 100% by employees between 1 October 2011 and the salary processing period. 3.3. As noted above, the compensation advisor for workers who currently receive the full amount of remuneration is required to recover overpayments.
Since this is a significant amount, it is recommended that the recovered amounts be withdrawn from the retroactive payment, resulting in a payment. 2.3. Effective 1 October 2011, 50% of the unemployment benefit has been replaced by an increase in the basic salary and the remaining 50% will continue to be paid as an allowance. For employees who continue to benefit from total compensation (instead of reduced earnings of 50%) compensation advisors must recover overpayments.