last updated

January 19, 2015




Your Pay stub Details

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Pay dates:

2014-15: August 28, Sept 11, 25, Oct 9, 23, Nov 6, 20, Dec 4, 18, Jan 1, 15, 29, Feb 12, 26, Mar 12, 26, Apr 9, 23, May 7, 21, June 4, 18, July 2, 16, 30, Aug 13

Salary Scale

Why did my pay change over the March Break?

Sick Leave - Salary Insurance (5-10.04, 5-10.15)

The first 5 days of any absence (period of disability) are paid from your banks of moneyable and non-moneyable sick days. A doctor's note is not ususally required. The 5 days are not necessarily consecutive, but are closely grouped. If you have less than 5 days in your banks, you will be placed on leave without pay for the missing days. After the 5 days of absence you are placed on salary insurance and paid at 75%. A doctor's report will be required. Get the form from Human Resources.

Banks of Sick-leave Days (5-10.26)

On the first day of the work year, the board shall credit each full-time teacher whom it employs with six sick-leave days. For teachers not working full-time the number of days will be proportional to the number of days worked. At the end of the year, unused days, will be added, less 1 day, to the bank of sick days that will be reimbursed when the teacher leaves the employ of the board.

Each full-time teacher will also receive in their first year of service 6 non-redeemable days. Unused days are placed in a bank of non-moneyable days.

Retroactive Salary and Employment Insurance

Retroactive Salary and the Quebec Parental Insurance Plan