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It's pretty hard to hurt my feelings.I think I understood your point. I did not address it because it probably would not be what you would like to hear.
I think I may also understand the point of CIU, as you explain it.
I'm not an expert. But, my uneducated guess of the situation you describe is that because CAF members are not members of a union, they have no prior union seniority to transfer to CIU.
Yes, I can appreciate that would not be popular with CAF members applying for public service jobs, and perhaps my understanding of the CIU position is wrong.
Good luck with CIU.
Does the RCMP union have the same policy regarding seniority rights of former CAF members as the CIU? Or, are they more open-minded.
I understand the CIU's point of view and it is, in general terms, what you articulated above. Our hope was that since vacation credits were now transferable, so would time.
Here's hoping that one of our "Queen's Cowboys" will be along shortly to answer your last question.