Bargaining Corner – Issue #9

After 8 days of bargaining we have reached a point where there has been very little movement between the parties. Read more here.

2024-03-20T12:01:34-04:00March 18th, 2024|Member News|

Bargaining Corner – Issue #7

Day 6: Despite recognizing inadequacies within policies such as Meal Breaks and PT Language, the employer has stated that if an agreement cannot be met, they would be happy with status quo. Read more here.

2024-02-23T10:34:45-05:00February 21st, 2024|Member News|

Bargaining Corner – Issue #6

Day 5 saw the Bargaining Committee building a comprehensive counter to the Employers counter that was presented late Monday night. Read more here.

2024-02-02T16:48:03-05:00January 30th, 2024|Member News|

Bargaining Corner – Issue #5

Day 4 saw the parties attempting to negotiate more in-depth articles of the Collective Agreement with monetary value. The Committee attended from 0900hrs to almost 2200hrs. Read post for more.

2024-02-23T10:33:53-05:00January 29th, 2024|Member News|

Bargaining Corner – Issue #4

Day 3 of bargaining consisted of signing off on more agreed upon language regarding maintaining the uniform allotment, changes to the probationary period and seniority gained during said period as well as discipline/discharge language in regards to decertification or revocation of drivers license. Read post for more.

2024-02-23T10:32:00-05:00January 23rd, 2024|Member News|
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