“After 20 years, we have finally had the opportunity to bargain collectively, with fewer restrictions,” Currie said. “Both parties worked amicably to make a profit for our members in areas where we could not move forward before.” Further details of the interim agreement will only be available after ratification by all parties. The ratification is expected to be completed by the end of June. Details of the agreement will be provided after the ratification of the interim treaty. For more information about CUPE members working in K-12, see bcschools.cupe.ca. K-12 support staff, members of CUPE 15, yesterday reached an interim agreement with the Vancouver School Board after five months of negotiations. CUPE 15 and the Vancouver Art Gallery have tentatively agreed at the negotiating table. The Memorandum of Understanding depends on ratification. The provincial framework agreement, approved by the K-12 Board of Governors in September, is part of the preliminary agreement. The current K-12 contract expires on June 30, 2019. After ratification by CupE residents and school districts, the provincial agreement will enter into force from July 1, 2019 until June 30, 2022. If you have any specific questions, please email email@example.com. Q: What if there is a disagreement between this framework and the collective agreement? CUPE 15 staff representative and negotiator Kathie Currie found that a full and comprehensive review of the current collective agreement and ongoing issues had been completed.
The two negotiating committees met a total of nine times before an interim agreement was reached. A: The employer is required to do everything in its power to use the following order to implement redundancies within each working group (where the employee working group designates Crew, Stadtforst, Cemetery, etc.): F: If I work during this crisis, how will my safety be protected? Please visit SavethePNE.ca today and send an email asking our politicians to save the ERP and its 4,200 jobs. Please share with your friends, family and neighbours and ask them to send a message. . At our general meeting on March 10, 2020, the following executive positions were filled for a two-year term: A: No, unless you are absent without being on leave. A: The employer`s obligation in housing is maintained. The EOI will ask you if you have any work restrictions. Staff members are required to provide information on restrictions and/or accommodations when they complete the IE. This year, the CupE 1004 scholarships recorded a record number of submissions. Many wonderful essays were submitted and we enjoyed reading everyone.