Basic salary scales and fringe benefits are established through negotiations between the teachers' association and representatives of the government. In some cases, supplementary negotiations take place at the school board level concerning additional fringe benefits and conditions of work.
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supplementary medical insurance
cumulative sick leave
longterm disability insurance
sabbatical and study leave
General Social Security
As citizens of
Canada, teachers are required to participate in the social security programs of
the federal government. These include Unemployment Insurance and the
Canada/Quebec Pension Plan. The Unemployment Insurance plan provides benefits to
persons who are unemployed through maternity or illness, as well as through
general unavailability of suitable work. The Canada/Quebec Pension Plan provides
a basic minimum retirement allowance and, in addition, some disability and