Collective Agreement between CBC/Radio-Canada and the Association of
Professionals and Supervisors (APS) dated March 25, 2022 (French version)
The APS collective agreement has equal legal standing in both languages (English-French). However, it is always negotiated in only one or the other of the two languages. This year’s version was in French (the text of which is included here). When the certified official translation is completed, the English version will be posted to replace the present version.
The salary conditions of APS members are detailed in the following Human Resources policy document. This HR policy is headed up by the Appeal Procedure for employees-members of the APS/CBC Collective Agreement.
Employment status (Contractual vs Permanent Status)
The chart below serves as a general reference tool. It was prepared at our request by the employer to help contract employees evaluate the differences between statuses. For instance, you will notice in the last line of the chart, the cost for the employer in both cases for permanent and contract employees. This is to show that some benefits tied to permanent status are not necessarily paid by the employees. For example, in the case of contributions to the pension fund, the portion paid by the employer is higher than the portion paid by the employee. The result is that supplemental benefits can also be considered. You can best find out by consulting the specialists at Shared Services at 866-999-7888.
Employee assistance program
This page includes the reports of the Employee Assistance Program Committee. For more information concerning the Employee Assistance Program, please consult your iO! portal.
This page includes the reports of the Consultative Committee on Staff Benefits (CCSB). For additional information regarding social benefits, please consult your iO! portal.
You will find here useful documents in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.