It is not synonymous with denying police cadets compensation for dangerous tasks they do not perform.   A cadet is not at risk of being endangered, as an office police officer himself is.   In finding this benefit, the arbitrator expressly stated that it should not be considered part of the base salary on which future percentage increases would be based.   The scholarship was not considered by the arbitrator as anything other than a form of compensation, rationally linked to the risks inherent in the duties of a sworn police officer authorized to exercise police powers (this plus the arbitrator`s stated objective of maintaining gross parity between the municipal police and the municipal firefighters).   These risks do not exist for a cadet. „Any person who obtains a full-time position in which he exercises police powers in the police service of one city or another shall be assigned before the exercise of police powers to a prescribed course and follow it satisfactorily, which has been approved by the Criminal Justice Training Service.  At first glance, G.L.c. 41, §96B, appears to exclude cadets from obtaining certain benefits from a collective agreement that are not entitled to regular salaries and reasonable expenses.   The law aims to distinguish in a collective agreement between forms of compensation that are „regular wages“ and those that are not.   The basic salary paid periodically is a form of remuneration that falls into the category of regular wages.

  But including all forms of compensation in a collective agreement as „regular wages“ runs counter to the law`s goal of distinguishing between different forms of compensation while guaranteeing cadets the right to regular wages. CIPP members are the professionals who work for the people of Ottawa. Through collective bargaining, representation and representation of interests, CIPP works for its members so that they can focus on the work they are passionate about. We are committed to our members, our community and quality public services. 9 art. L. 132-1. The collective agreement is an agreement on working conditions and social guarantees which are between: on the one hand, one or more under Article L. 133-2 of this Code, on the one hand, the most representative workers` union(s) either with the so-called organizations or that it has demonstrated its representativeness within the professional or territorial scope of the collective agreement. On the other hand, one or more employers` unions in all other employers` organisations or one or more individual employers. Il est clear from the arbitrator`s written decision that the parties and the arbitrator viewed the hazardous pay stipend as a recurring non-wage fringe increase not to be included in the base wages upon which percentage increases would figured in the course of future collective bargaining.2 6 Collective agreements, 1957, sec. .


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