Some collective agreements provide for lump sum payments to workers instead of retroactive wage increases or compensatory bonuses. Unless otherwise provided by the Treasury Board, these lump sum payments must also be paid to workers excluded from the collective agreement as managerial or confidential exclusions, although they are classified in a category or occupational level covered by the collective agreement. 5.1.2 Workers whose wages are protected under point 5.1.1 shall continue to benefit from wage protection until they are appointed to a post with a maximum salary equal to or higher than the maximum rate of pay of the post from which they were declared supernumerary or dismissed. The provisions of the collective agreement on severance pay complement the TSM. 34.13 When a worker dies or ceases to be employed, the worker`s estate shall receive an amount equal to the product calculated by multiplying the number of days of leave earned but not used on the employee`s balance with the daily wage calculated on the basis of the classification prescribed by the deed of appointment at the time of termination of the contract of employment. Once tbS and PIPSC have reached an agreement on the draft language of the EEIG and program design, this agreement will be made available to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and the PIPSC-VM bargaining table for ratification and inclusion in their collective agreement. . . .