Collective Agreements Ec

The work includes organizing briefings, advising internal clients on public health issues, managing; adapting terminology to specific target groups and presentations to management committees, colleagues and clients or stakeholders on regulatory or policy issues and strategic direction; Make policy recommendations; Coordinating health policy development requirements. Skills are needed to discuss and understand government health policies and policies with senior management, other government organizations and private sector officials, and to lead the work of project team components. There is a need to create and establish customer/stakeholder networks and to promote collaborative working relationships. Writing skills are required to write departmental correspondence, reports, documents, briefing notes, agreements and legislative or regulatory changes. The European Commission is launching a process to ensure that EU competition rules do not stand in the way of collective bargaining for those who need them. The initiative aims to ensure that working conditions can be improved through collective agreements, not only for salaried workers, but also for vulnerable self-employed workers. The work requires flexibility in the consideration of policy options and proposals, the integration of approaches and the analysis of economic, social, political, ethical, scientific and legislative effects on short-, medium- and long-term policy and regulatory proposals. These include addressing emerging issues, acquiring knowledge and conducting background analysis by gathering information on the content, coverage, funding and likely response of other departments, provincial and territorial governments and interest groups to policies being developed; Creating briefing materials for project managers and senior analysts. The work includes the analysis of broad government directions on public health issues and policy positions advocated by stakeholders, including other federal departments and authorities, provincial and territorial governments, public and private health agencies, stakeholders and the general public. The work requires the development of policy recommendations and advice to be reviewed by high-level analysts and political leaders and ultimately by the Minister and Deputy Minister, as well as other government organizations. Advises other federal public servants and provincial or territorial officials in the area of expertise and contributes to the development and evaluation of agreements, Department of Finance contributions and cabinet memorandums (CMs).

Decisions and recommendations can influence the effective and comprehensive management of political files or issues, the feasibility of policy proposals and strategies, the Department`s policy direction on complex health issues, and the position of departments on these issues. The European collective agreement applies to federal employees of the Economics and Social Sciences (EC) group. We are negotiating the agreement with the Labour Council of Canada, which is covered by the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Act.