Update your contact information under www.aupe.org/updateinfo so you never miss a bargaining update or other union news. Jason Rattray, Lead Negotiator – j.rattray@aupe.orgChris Dickson, Negotiator – c.dickson@aupe.orgFarid Iskandar, Organizer – f.iskandar@aupe.orgKate Jacobson, Organizer – k.jacobson@aupe.orgAlexander Delorme, Communication – a.delorme@aupe.org Are you looking for your collective agreement or the latest minutes? Look for a list of downloadable documents. Any recommendation for amendment must be approved by a majority of the members of the Committee and, if accepted by both the employer and the union, may be implemented by mutual agreement. An agenda must be established and distributed fifteen (15) days before the meeting. Other contributions and justifications may be placed on the agenda with the agreement of the two co-chairs. The final agenda shall be determined by mutual agreement between the Co-Chairs. The Committee will monitor the efforts of Michener Services to ensure that employees who have been retrained in accordance with the provisions of the collective agreement will have prior access to vacancies or new positions for which they are qualified under the collective agreement. Persons who are not representative on the Committee may, with the agreement of the Co-Chairs, make presentations at meetings and the Co-Chairs will be informed in writing prior to the meeting. The issues to be discussed were previously placed on the agenda. Depending on the requirements of the company, staff may be required to work in shared teams.

A single employee is not required to work a divided team without the employee`s consent. Do you want to ask for a break or something else? Browse a list of web forms specific to your local area. Their bargaining team met with the employer on February 25 and 26 to begin negotiations for a new collective agreement. Local 043Judy Fader – local4308@gmail.comMarylou Savic (A) – marylousavic@yahoo.ca When matters of mutual interest concern employees of other subcontracted persons, a joint committee will be the round table, with the representatives of the employees of the subsidiaries concerned. This wage increase should in no way be interpreted as an “opening of the agreement” to negotiations on other issues by either party. The parties will begin negotiations on 15 January 2019 with a view to reaching an agreement on the start of wages. The Parties to this Agreement understand that, where workers work in an environment likely to contract communicable diseases, the employer may receive contributions from workers covered by this Subsidiary Agreement with respect to matters and directives relating to communicable diseases. . . .