50-Day re-employment rule increased to 95 days for some OTPP retirees until June 30, 2023
The Ontario Teachers’ Federation (OTF) and the Ontario Government, as co-sponsors of the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTPP), have agreed to temporarily increase the 50-day re-employment rule to 95 days for retired teachers, principals, and vice-principals in the publicly funded schools or in either a designated private school or a designated organization that operates on a reserve until June 30, 2023.
Only retirees who will be filling teacher, principal, and vice- principal roles in the publicly funded schools or in either a designated private school or designated organization that operates on a reserve are eligible for the increase to 95 days for positions that cannot otherwise be filled by qualified members.
While employers will continue to report all retiree reemployment service to OTPP, retirees are required to track their days and contact OTPP if they plan to work after the month in which they exceed the re-employment limit. Retirees should always contact OTPP before beginning work after retirement if they are unsure whether re-employment rules apply to their situation.
For more information: http://bit.ly/workafterretire Email: email@example.com Phone: 416.226.2700 or 1.800.668.0105 (toll free) Call service hours: 8:30 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday
AMPA 2023 Elections
OSSTF/FEESO conducts an Annual Meeting of the Provincial Assembly (AMPA) with representatives from all its bargaining units each March.The Provincial Assembly is the supreme legislative body of OSSTF/FEESO and is responsible for establishing or amending Federation policies, bylaws, constitutions, budgets, the annual Action Plan and for the election of the Provincial Executive and OTF Governors. .
Linda Bartram, OTBU D12 President, is an automatic delegate to the Annual Meeting of the Provincial Assembly. The remaining AMPA delegates were acclaimed:
Cassandra Kirchmeir Gitt
Thanks to everyone who came out to the GM.
Pay is coming..
For anyone who successfully completed the OCT's Sexual Abuse Prevention Program, the TDSB will be paying you for half a day. We are waiting for them to figure out the logistics, but we know it will be coming.
Pension & Working Day Limits OTPP
Do you have questions about your pension or working day limits this year as a retired teacher and OT? Contact the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan below! This is a friendly reminder that neither OSSTF, OTBU, OTIP, OCT, or the TDSB are able to answer your questions about pensions.
Login to your OTIP account: https://www.otpp.com/members/my/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 416-226-2700 or 1-800-668-0105 (toll free) Fax: 416-730-7807 or1-800-949-8208 (toll free) Contact center hours: 8:30 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday
Pay Statements, T4s & T2200
All teachers and PSSP members are not provided with a printed pay statement on pay day.
Your pay statement will be available online only at MyINFO the Wednesday before pay day.
This applies to elementary and secondary contract teachers, all occasional teachers, and all Professional School Services Personnel.
Your T4 slip and T2200 forms will also be available online.
For more information, please contact: myINFO Help Desk by phone at 416-338-4747 - Option 4, or by email at myINFOhelp@tdsb.on.ca
Check your TDSB Email Regularly
A reminder to check your TDSB email regularly. There is often news on polices, procedures as well as updates on job postings.
Forms, booklets and other administrative information can be found on the TDSB website under >Staff> Employment > Secondary Teaching > Forms or Occasional Teacher > Forms.
The My Info app has all of your pay statement and T4 information.