The Civic Institute of Professional Personnel (CIPP) is the union that represents professionals from the City of Ottawa and the Ottawa Community Housing Corporation, whose members are the professionals who work for the people of Ottawa. Through collective bargaining, representation and representation of interests, CIPP works for its members so that they can focus on the work they are passionate about. CIPP is committed to its members, community and quality public services and is governed by a Board of Directors elected from and from membership. The CIPP is currently looking for an individual, principled leader to replace its outgoing and highly respected incumbent, because if you have questions about your rights at work, the best person you can talk to is your local steward or leader. You will know the specific details of your agreement. All CUPE members work under the protection of a contract called a collective agreement. Your local union negotiates the terms of the agreement. Elected local union leaders also work with the employer to resolve issues in the workplace. 7 ARTICLE 1 SCOPE AND RECOGNITION 1.01 The employer shall recognize the Institute as the exclusive negotiator for all workers of the employer who hold professional or professional positions, with the exception of persons who are released because they hold a managerial position or because they exercise confidential responsibilities in matters of labour relations.
all students who attended school during the school holidays (April 1 to April 7 All employees of the offices of the Mayor, City Councillors and City Manager, all persons employed in human resources, all budget analysts and budget officials involved in the budget analysis of labour relations and members of all other bargaining units in the City of Ottaw a. The Parties agree that they are bound by the provisions of the Scope and the explanations related thereto, as defined in the Decision of the Ontario Labour Relations Board of 11 January 2001 (Decision No. PS). Note Note Professional positions or positions requiring professional competence generally, but not necessarily, require the right to join a professional organization (or require such certificates) and are those which, due to the nature and extent of responsibilities and contacts, require an incumbent to have some expertise; which is normally obtained by obtaining a university degree or equivalent benefit in a given field. . . .