- There shall be fourteen (14) Standing Committees:
Bargaining, By-Laws, Staffing, Technological Change, Health and Safety, Equal Opportunities, Well-Being, Finance, Honours and Awards, Workforce Adjustment, Communications, Political Action, Call Centres and Union Management Approach (UMA).
Each Standing Committee with the exception of the Bargaining Committee, Staffing Committee and Workforce Adjustment Committee (WFA) will have one (1) President’s Representative. The Bargaining and WFA Committees will each have two (2) President’s Representatives; one from a TSO and one from a TC. The Staffing Committee will have three (3) President’s Representatives; one from a TSO, one from a TC and one from a Call Centre. All Presidents’ Representatives shall be elected in accordance with By-Law 8 Section 1 (g).
For the purpose of voting for these positions, the following Locals are considered to be Tax Centres:
St. John’s 90000
Sudbury TC 00042
Ottawa Technology Centre 70030
Winnipeg Compensation Client Service Centre 50032
For the purpose of voting for the Call Centre positions, the following Locals are considered to be Call Centres:
St. John’s TSO 90001
Saint John 60005
Toronto North 00048
Ottawa Technology Centre 70030
Calgary Call Centre 30022
Pacific Region Call Centre 20050
Surrey TC 20029
Shawinigan TC 10005
There shall be Ad Hoc Committees as they are required.
Meetings will normally be held in the National Capital Region.
A minimum of one Executive Council Officer shall sit on each Committee.
When a Committee Chairperson is unable to fulfil their duties for a temporary period of time the President shall:
have the authority to appoint the other Executive Council Officer sitting on the Committee as the Interim Chairperson; and
assign the Chairperson’s Alternate RVP to the Committee for the same period of time.
If the position of Local President’s representative on a Committee becomes vacant, that position shall be filled in accordance with By-Law 8, Section 1 (1) (g) (v).
Each Committee shall meet at the call of the Chairperson or the Interim Chairperson a minimum of once in a three (3) year term.
The Chairperson or the Interim Chairperson determines the duration and method of approach to resolve the business before the Committee in consultation with the President.
Committee meetings shall be an authorized UTE expense.
No meetings with the CRA officials shall be held without the authorization of the Executive Council, Executive Committee or the President.
The Committees of UTE take heed to both official languages.
|Adopted September 1978||Amended December 1996||Amended July 2014|
|Amended May 1979||Amended September 1999||Amended December 2014|
|Amended August 1981||Amended September 2000||Amended June 2015|
|Amended July 1984||Amended December 2003||Amended December 2016|
|Amended September 1986||Amended July 2005||Amended September 2017|
|Amended September 1987||Amended December 2007||Amended December 2018|
|Amended September 1989||Amended July 2011||Amended December 2019|
|Amended December 1989||Amended September 2012|
|Amended September 1992||Amended December 2013|