Take the bargaining survey today! You have until August 4th at 12:00am. For the English survey, click here: English Survey For the French survey, click here: French Survey Why is the bargaining survey important? WE HAVE POWER IN 2018! Nearly...
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A message from CUPE Ontario. On June 1, the Ontario government introduced Bill 148: Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act 2017. These changes are the culmination of years of mobilizing and lobbying among union members, worker advocates, anti-poverty activists, faith leaders...
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Dear Member of the Fly Rd. Unit, Once again our employer is not taking our demands seriously at the bargaining table. Our collective agreement for Fly Rd. expired on March 31, 2016. In preparation for negotiating our new collective agreement,...
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Swearing, shoving, spitting, hitting, biting, kicking, slapping, punching, grabbing ….. Sound familiar? Violence. Nobody should have to face violence at work, yet, as Bethesda employees, this is a reality for many of us every single day.  It’s also a reality...
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Resolution #1: CUPE Ontario will: Urge the provincial government to include the cost of Continuous Glucose Monitoring Devices in the Assistive Devices Program, for children diagnosed with diabetes, who have received that recommendation from their endocrinologist. CGM’s measure the blood...
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We had 4 days of bargaining in May and have settled some Issues. There are mostly monetary items left to discuss and we go back to the table on June 26, 2017....
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#1. FILE AN EMPLOYER INCIDENT REPORT IMMEDIATELY Complete an incident report (no matter how minor the incident may be). They can be found on -line if there are none pre-printed in your area. Be sure to include: all parts of...
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What is collective bargaining? the process in which a trade union and an employer negotiate a first collective agreement or the renewal collective agreement the parties usually focus on such issues as union security, wages, working conditions, grievance procedures and...
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