Agreement With Cupe

The agreement, which covers the period from January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2023, provides that unionized city employees will receive wage increases of 9.25 percent over four years – 2.00 percent in 2020; 2.25% in 2021; 2.50 per cent in 2022 and 2023. Richmond City Council has approved a new four-year collective agreement with Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Locals 718 and 394, which represent the city`s internal and external workers. CUPE 3495, which represents a number of workers who provide peer support, education, counselling, social work and fundraising, and QMUNITY, b.C.s queeres, a trans-minded and bi-minded resource centre, have ratified a new collective agreement that includes salary increases, various benefit improvements and other contractual languages. The collective agreement expired on December 31, 2019. On August 20, the bargaining committee CUPE 3495 qmUNITY presented the union`s proposals. The parties reached an interim agreement after only two more days of negotiations. “We are pleased that our collective interests have come together in a constructive, respectful and timely process. Our agreement brings stability to QMUNITY and ensures consistency with the local social services sector,” said Tim Agg, QMUNITY`s Acting Executive Director. The contract provides for an improvement in bereavement and compassionate leave benefits, increases in parental leave and an agreement on the establishment of a joint review procedure for the implementation of an affordable pension plan by June 30, 2021.

Sunday`s deal averted a nationwide strike that would have closed hundreds of schools on Monday. “We believe that the work of our members is appreciated by the terms of this agreement,” bishop said. “The new treaty also reflects the common desire of both sides to address the challenges of recruitment and engagement, now and in the future.” CupE Locals 718 and 394 ratified the agreement with its members on 27 and 19 February respectively. Jeylan Bishop, a member of the CupE 3495 negotiating committee, said the community was “extremely pleased” with QMUNITY`s respectful and positive communication at the negotiating table. The new collective agreement, which will apply retroactively to January 1, 2020 and will continue until March 31, 2023, contains comparable wage comparisons and classifications in the Provincial Community Treaty, which applies to all three stages of each classification. It also implies an overall wage increase of 3% in the last year of the agreement. Elementary and secondary teachers are still in discussions with the province. . All CUPE employees benefit from the family day, which was not always the case before.

In the past, some workers, like thieves, worked on the public holiday. . The sick leave program remains the same with 11 days of fully paid sick leave and 120 days of short-term leave at 90 percent salary. Settlement Protocol between the City of Toronto and the Civic Employees Union Local of Toronto 416 (CUPE) – January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2024. . “We didn`t give up anything,” Laura Walton, president of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) bargaining unit, said at a news conference on Sunday night. . Workers receive an increase of 1% per year for the duration of the three-year contract. Tens of thousands of education workers in Ontario will see a modest pay increase, job security and an unchanged absenteeism plan as part of an 11-hour agreement between the union union and Doug Ford`s government. The Burkett Arbitration Award between the City of Toronto and the Toronto Professional Fire Fighters Association, Local 3888 for the term of office from January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2014.