As part of the collective bargaining process, the Association of Management, Administrative, and Professional Crown Employees of Ontario (AMAPCEO) has negotiated a new collective agreement with the Ontario government. This agreement includes updates to a number of areas of employment, including salaries.

Under the new AMAPCEO collective agreement, employees will see a 7.5% salary increase over the life of the contract. This increase will be spread out over four years, with 1.5% increases each year. The new agreement also includes a one-time lump sum payment of 0.5% of an employee`s base salary.

This salary increase is in addition to any merit-based increases that employees may receive. The AMAPCEO bargaining team worked hard to ensure that employees are recognized and rewarded for their hard work and contributions to the Ontario government.

The new collective agreement also includes changes to the salary ranges for certain job classifications. This means that some employees may see a larger salary increase based on their job classification and their current salary level.

In addition to salary increases, the AMAPCEO collective agreement also includes improvements to benefits, such as increased funding for professional development, better parental leave provisions, and enhancements to the sick leave plan.

Overall, the new AMAPCEO collective agreement represents a significant win for employees. The 7.5% salary increase, coupled with other improvements to benefits and working conditions, will help to ensure that employees are able to continue to provide high-quality public services to the people of Ontario.

As always, if you have any questions or concerns about your salary or working conditions, be sure to reach out to your union representative or AMAPCEO directly for more information.