Manitoba Public Insurance

Provincewide, Manitoba (1,500 workers, office employees) and the Manitoba Government and General Employees’ Union (CLC)

Click here to view the original collective agreement.
Renewal agreement: Effective Sept. 18, 2016, to Sept. 26, 2020. Signed on March 24, 2016.
Wage adjustments: 
Effective Sept. 18, 2016: 2%
Effective Sept. 17, 2017: 1.5%
Effective Sept. 16, 2018: 2%
Effective Sept. 15, 2019: 2%
Shift premium: $10 for shift where at least one-half the hours are between 4:30 p.m. and 5 a.m. $2 per hour for all regular hours worked on a Saturday or Sunday.
Paid holidays: 12 ½ days.
Vacations with pay: 3 weeks to start, 4 weeks after 5 years, 5 weeks after 10 years, 6 weeks after 20 years.
Overtime: Time and one-half on regular workday. Time and-one-half for first 4 hours and double time after that on first scheduled day of rest. Double time for all hours on second or subsequent days of rest. Lieu time can be substituted. Minimum 3 hours’ pay if called back to work. If scheduled overtime is cancelled with less than 24 hours' notice, employee receives minimum 2 hours’ overtime pay.
Meal allowance: $9 if employee works 3 hours or more before or beyond normal workday.
Medical benefits: Company-provided flex benefits plan.
Dental: Company-provided flex benefits plan.
Vision: Company-provided flex benefits plan.
Paramedical: Company-provided flex benefits plan.
Sick leave: 1 ½ days per month.
LTD: Company-provided benefits.
Bereavement leave: 5 working days for the death of an immediate family member. An additional 2 days for the death of a spouse, child, or stepchild. 1 working day for death of grandparent, sibling-in-law, or great-grandchild. 2 additional days to attend funeral more than 225 km from employee’s home. Reasonable leave with pay to attend as pallbearer.
Seniority – recall rights: 24 months.
Call-in pay: Minimum 3 hours’ pay.
Probationary period: 6 months or 120 paid days of employment, whichever occurs last.
Severance: 1 week’s pay for each year of accrued service, to a maximum of 1 year’s pay and a minimum of 4 weeks’ pay. Retiring employees receive 1 week’s pay for each year of accrued service.
Uniforms/clothing: Provided by the company when required.
Sample rates of annual pay (current, after 19% increase):
Pay grade 1: $28,710 rising in 6 steps to $34,100
Pay grade 70: $29,715 rising in 5 steps to $44,901
Pay grade 2: $30,753 rising in 6 steps to $36,528
Pay grade 3: $32,943 rising in 6 steps to $39,131
Pay grade 4: $35,293 rising in 6 steps to $41,916
Pay grade 4B: $38,944 rising in 6 steps to $46,252
Pay grade 5: $37,805 rising in 6 steps to $44,901
Pay grade 6: $40,499 rising in 6 steps to $48,099
Pay grade 6B: $44,689 rising in 6 steps to $53,075
Pay grade 7: $43,382 rising in 6 steps to $51,525
Pay grade 7B: $47,869 rising in 6 steps to $56,856
Pay grade 8: $46,473 rising in 6 steps to $55,193
Pay grade 9: $49,783 rising in 6 steps to $59,125
Pay grade 10: $53,328 rising in 6 steps to $63,341
Pay grade 11: $57,126 rising in 6 steps to $67,851
Pay grade 12: $61,197 rising in 6 steps to $72,679
Pay grade 13: $65,555 rising in 6 steps to $77,859
Pay grade 14: $70,225 rising in 6 steps to $83,404
Pay grade 15: $75,228 rising in 6 steps to $89,345
Editor’s notes: Retiring allowance: Employees with 10 or more years of service who retire or die shall be entitled to a retiring allowance of 1 week's pay for each year of service. Northern allowance: Employees required to reside in Thompson, Flin Flon or The Pas, will receive $200 every bi-weekly pay period for personnel with dependants or $175 every bi-weekly pay period for single personnel.
 

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