Cupe 1764 Collective Agreement 2019

If you have questions about your rights in the workplace, the best person you can talk to is your steward or local leader. You will know the details of your agreement. All CUPE members work under the protection of a collective agreement called a collective agreement. Your local union negotiates the terms of the agreement. Elected local union leaders also work with the employer to resolve workplace issues. News from Local 1764, CUPE Ontario and CUPE National all in a comfortable place. “Underinvestment in medical services leads to chronic ambulances in Durham,” says Darryl Eaton, CUPE 1764 paramedic and author of the report. “The volume of phone calls has increased by 42% since 2014, while total emergency and vehicle hours are not keeping pace. Every year, the Durham area is more and more routine, without ambulance coverage, when the system is stressed, and it is very dangerous.┬áB.C`s 4,500 paramedics voted to ratify a new three-year collective agreement and signed an interim agreement reached on July 19 between the Health Employers Association of BC and ambulance Paramedics – Ambulance Dispatchers Bargaining Association of BC (APADBA). The new agreement is the first contract collectively negotiated for B.C. Ambulanciers and distributors since 2004. Es […] In a letter published on its website, CUPE 1764 explains why they are not satisfied with the benefits package offered.

HAMILTON, ON – When McMaster University`s education workers vote today on whether to mandate their bargaining committee to take whatever steps they believe is necessary to reach a fair collective agreement, support for members of Unit 3906 Local Unit 3906 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE 3906-1) has poured in from across the province. “Our goal remains the same – […] CUPE 1876 members, employees of the Northside Guest Home in North Sydney, voted 93% in favour of a strike at a meeting on September 25, 2019. “It was very disappointing that the employer did not take the concerns of our members seriously,” said Wanda Bond, President of CUPE 1876. Negotiations include breaks, schedule, seniority and training. “One of the […] CUPE 523, K-12 support staff in School District 67 in Okanagan-Skaha reached an interim agreement on 23 September, after five rounds of negotiations that began on 20 June. CUPE Local 523 Acting President Tammie Koroluk said that this round of bargaining was a new experience for the bargaining committee, which is bargaining separate with the three districts represented by CUPE 523 for the first time (SD 53, SD 67, and […] The union, which represents teachers at the University of Victoria (UVic), has reached an interim agreement on low wages and job security.

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