Cupe 1750 Collective Agreement 2018

“We think both sides are on the verge of reaching an agreement, but we realized that we are now at a crossroads,” said Harry Goslin, president of the Ontario Compensation Employees Union (OEU), Local 1750 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE 1750). OCEU/CUPE Local 1750 offers representation in meetings with management and a real right to control our terms of employment by negotiating a collective agreement. The union also has a say in managing our retirement plan – contributing to the same retirement plan for WSPS employees! We have developed this exclusive portal to keep you informed of the important issues that concern our membership. Please take a moment to check the information on our portal. You`ll find our statutes, collective agreements, collective agreement updates, health and safety information, news, event information and more! Please check regularly for updates and important information on the members` portal. OCEU/CUPE Local 1750 represents more than 3,500 WSIB and IHSA employees. We have an excellent track record in defending the rights of employees of the Health and Safety Association. As members of a union, you negotiate a legally binding collective agreement that contains terms of employment. Their collective agreement guarantees predictability, equal treatment for all and a clear accountability procedure at the same time as the resolution of disputes in the event of a breach of the agreement. Negotiators from the union, which represents 140 employees of the Infrastructure Health and Safety Association (IHSA), say they are at a “crossroads” after months of trying to reach a fair collective agreement and have asked the Ministry of Labour for a “No Board” report. For several months, the OCEU has been trying to negotiate a fair collective agreement recognizing the important role of its members in the safety of Ontario workers and enabling all IHSA employees to retire safely and with dignity. Goslin called on IHSA to “take full advantage” of the “No Board” period.

7370 Bramalea Road, Unit 32 Mississauga, ON L5S 1N6 I just wanted to pass the hand and say thank you. I`m sure you`re working tirelessly in this crisis. As a collaborator, I am truly proud that as an organization we have worked together to focus on action. Thank you for all the work you do! Please take care of yourself and stay safe. -Linda`s protection from arbitrary and inappropriate management actions such as dismissals. Discharge and discipline only because of the cause. An appeal procedure and access to arbitration to enforce your rights. IHSA provides health and safety training, audits and assessment services to a wide range of Ontario employers and workers who perform high-risk activities such as construction, appliances, transportation of dangerous goods and supply line recycling, to name a few. The Ministry of Labour publishes a “No Board” report when one of the parties to a labour negotiation feels that the pages are deadlocked and requests the report. From the date of issue, the parties will then have 17 days before a lockout or strike can take place.

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