The NPF filed two Unfair Labour Practice complaints against the RCMP (Treasury Board) with the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board (FPSLREB) on August 2 regarding:
- A unilateral change to Operational Availability/Operational Response “Standby” policy without any consultation with the membership.
- Clawback of parking at the Whistler, BC detachment.
Treasury Board has responded to the first complaint that the words “with the members consent” in the Operational Readiness policy has been returned (effective August 11) which means that the policy change is currently void.
This is an important win for you, the NPF and all RCMP members, and shows that NPF can effectively and positively impact terms and conditions of employment when we speak and act with a unified voice.
We are still waiting for the employer’s response on the second complaint and will keep you posted.
Please continue to share any unfair labour practices you observe or experience with us.
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