Collective Agreement Rcdsb

Negotiations almost began in June and details of the deal are confidential until ratification by both sides, likely in September. Renfrew County District Council (RCDSB) and the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario (ETFO), which represent the instructional support staff, have reached a preliminary agreement on the terms of the 2019-2022 collective agreement. Colleen Mackin, Local President of ETFO Renfrew County Education Personnel, believes this is a fair agreement that respects the needs of members. As of March 1, 2017, ETFO staff members, who currently have access to the Staff and Family Assistance Program, and their families will be able to call the brochure number day and night, 365 days a year. In the event of a crisis, you have immediate support. Please be assured that the program is absolutely confidential. CBSBN President Susan Humphries says the two sides have worked together to find the common goal of supporting students. We are delighted that Homewood Health™ has been chosen as the new EFAP provider. In addition to providing counselling services if you need professional assistance in a difficult situation, the programme also offers Smart Lifestyle Plan and Specialty Counselling, a set of professional life services if you want specialist advice, information and coaching that you can access and use in your own way. Smart Lifestyle and Specialty Counselling Plan RCDSB staff members can access the following Smart Services plan: Child Care and Education, New Parent Support Services, and Elder and Family Care Services.

Each of these services has been designed to allow you to take a proactive approach to dealing with everyday challenges and life transitions and getting the information and support you need to deal with your unique situation. In most cases, these services are provided over the phone or online and often include an assessment, a package of personalized information, and useful tools to meet your best interests. In addition, the e-learning courses available on the Homewood Health website offer standalone, confidential and interactive online courses that contain printable information, quiz questions and exercises. The thematic offers are intended to help you take charge of your health and well-being. The Homewood Health website also contains the Health and Wellness Companion, an online resource for health materials that can be found with the Canadian Medical Association. The Health and Wellness Companion includes an interactive health risk assessment, access to a comprehensive library of medical information, and can even create a personal medical record. Consulting services Consulting services are accessible face-to-face, by phone or through online eCounselling. The advisory model is short-term focused with clearly defined objectives and outcomes.

They should help you understand your concerns and develop an action plan to address them. For a complete multimedia web orientation of our program and access to all e-services, you can visit the Homewood Health website at www.homeweb.ca and then register for member services. The local Education Support Personal represents more than 250 employees, including teaching assistants, communication assistants, library assistants, inclusion assistants and monitoring assistants. . . .