Instructions for members who sign up for the portal: your BCTF member ID number is your login username. If you need help with the first registration or registration, please consult our portal support guide, if you need additional help, firstname.lastname@example.org an email or call 604-871-2119 or toll-free 1-800-663-9163 (local 2119). Currently, approximately 290,000 public sector employees are covered by interim agreements or ratified as part of B.C`s sustainable services bargaining mandate. The new contract is for a three-year period (July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2022) and includes general salary increases of 2% per year and a one percent pay increase in 2020 to the highest level on the teachers` pay scale in each district. The province confirmed that it had reached an agreement and indicated that further details would be provided after being ratified by the teachers` union and the employer. READ MORE: B.C Minister of Education optimistic in 2020 for contract teacher interviews According to the State Government, about 90% of public sector employees – about 300,000 workers – are now covered by interim or ratified agreements concluded under the mandate. After nearly a year of painstaking negotiations, the BC-Teachers` Federation (BCTF) has tentatively reached an agreement with the province, according to the BC Teachers` Federation (BCTF). „The provisional agreement will be put to a ratification vote by the whole of the Union. Given the current situation with COVID-19, our ratification vote will be different this time and we are already working on what it will be,“ the union said. The two sides reached a tentative agreement at the end of March. Teachers were not in class because of the persistent coronavirus pandemic, but they were still working. The interim agreement covers just over 45,000 teachers, represented by the BCTF, who provide education to students in the province`s 60 school districts. The agreement affects more than 45,000 BCTF teachers in 60 school districts across the province, including Kamloops-Thompson.
The agreement covers more than 45,000 teachers represented by the B.C. The contract expires retroactively until July 1, 2019 and expires on June 30, 2022. Further details of the agreement will be available following ratification procedures for teachers and OCOCSEA employer members. Teachers agreed on an additional one percent pay increase in 2020 at the highest level of teacher pay in each district. An interim agreement has been reached between members of the BC Teachers` Federation (BCTF) and the BC-Schools` Association (BCPSEA) as part of the government`s negotiating mandate for sustainable services (BC.C.