R-12.1 - Act respecting the Pension Plan of Management Personnel

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196.3. The pension committee is composed of a chair and 16 other members appointed by the Government for a term of up to two years, as follows:
(1)  seven members representing the employees covered by the Pension Plan of Management Personnel, appointed after consultation with the associations concerned, including
(a)  one person representing the employees of the public service sector, appointed after consultation with the associations representing those employees;
(b)  two persons representing the employees of the education sector, appointed after consultation with the associations representing those employees; and
(c)  four persons representing the employees of the health and social services sector, including one representing the directors general, one representing the senior management officers and two representing the middle management officers, appointed after consultation with the associations representing the group of employees concerned;
(2)  a pensioner under the Pension Plan of Management Personnel, appointed after consultation with the pensioners associations that are the most representative of the plan, unless a different consultation process is determined by the Government;
(3)  eight members representing the Government.
The chair is appointed by the Government, for a term not exceeding three years, after consultation with the committee members. The chair must be independent. Sections 4 to 7 and 9 to 11 of the Act respecting the governance of state-owned enterprises (chapter G-1.02) and section 12 of the Act respecting Retraite Québec (chapter R-26.3)apply to the chair of the committee with the necessary modifications.
2006, c. 49, s. 121; 2015, c. 20, ss. 53 and 61.
196.3. The pension committee is composed of a chair and 16 other members appointed by the Government for a term of up to two years, as follows:
(1)  seven members representing the employees covered by the Pension Plan of Management Personnel, appointed after consultation with the associations concerned, including
(a)  one person representing the employees of the public service sector, appointed after consultation with the associations representing those employees;
(b)  two persons representing the employees of the education sector, appointed after consultation with the associations representing those employees; and
(c)  four persons representing the employees of the health and social services sector, including one representing the directors general, one representing the senior management officers and two representing the middle management officers, appointed after consultation with the associations representing the group of employees concerned;
(2)  a pensioner under the Pension Plan of Management Personnel, appointed after consultation with the pensioners associations that are the most representative of the plan, unless a different consultation process is determined by the Government;
(3)  eight members representing the Government.
The chair is appointed by the Government, for a term not exceeding three years, after consultation with the committee members. The chair must be independent. Sections 12 to 18 of the Act respecting the Commission administrative des régimes de retraite et d’assurances (chapter C-32.1.2) apply to the chair of the committee with the necessary modifications.
2006, c. 49, s. 121.