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Working Conditions

Teaching Staff

For more information about the benefits offered to teachers, please visit the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation (STF) website and the following documents: the provincial collective agreement and the pdfcollective agreement of the CÉF.  

Pay scales

For all school boards in the province, the salary scale of teachers is negotiated between the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation (STF), the Government of Saskatchewan, in consultation with the Saskatchewan School Boards Association.

Among other things, this agreement addresses the issue of wages, recognition of years of experience, retirement, group insurance, sick leave, supplementary benefits and employment insurance. For a copy of the agreement, click here.

The local agreement (LINC), which addresses issues related to working conditions that are not addressed in the provincial agreement, is negotiated between the Francophone School Board and the local Association locale des enseignantes et enseignants fransaskois (ALEF). Covered negotiated items include: wage payment options (over 10 or 12 months), the substitute teacher rates, deferred wages, personal leave, scholarships, planning time, monitoring, development, etc.

Non-teaching staff

The benefits for support staff are provided by the Saskatchewan School Boards Association (SSBA). Benefits bpackages are provided for all support staff as well as school trustees.

To learn more, consult the pdfCahier d'information du personnel de soutien or visit the SSBA's website.

Pay scales

Working conditions and pay scales for non-teaching staff are negotiated through a process of ongoing consultation between staff representatives, elected trustees (CSF) and senior staff. For a copy of the pay scale, pdfclick here.