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Sd68 Cupe Collective Agreement

Opublikowano: Kwiecień 12th, 2021 by foto-klinika |

For more information about CUPE members working in K-12, see CUPE`s negotiating strategy at these tables is to make profits that reflect the priorities of our members, to defend free collective bargaining, and to refuse and make concessions and two-tier contractual clauses. . SD 68 Nanaimo-Ladysmith CUPE 606 Collective Agreement Workers in the HSPBA are health scientists – members of the modern health team who provide clinical, diagnostic and rehabilitation services in hospitals and communities across the province. The HSPBA is managed by the Association of Health Sciences (HSA), which has the majority of its members. The other constituent associations of the HSPBA are CUPE, BCGEU, HEU and PEA. CUPE has about 1,000 members among the 19,500 members of the HSPBA, or about 4.32 per cent of the total HSPBA. The interim agreement also includes the provincial framework agreement approved by the K-12 Board of Governors in September. The current K-12 contract expired on June 30, 2019. The collective agreement will enter into force from July 1, 2019 until June 30, 2022. According to the Department of Finance, there are just over 229,000 public sector employees covered by interim or ratified agreements concluded under the mandate. The district and its union are one of 25 agreements recently concluded across the province.

Further details of the interim agreement will only be available after ratification by all parties. The ratification is expected to be completed this month. A collective agreement was reached between School District 22 and CUPE 523, a union representing 501 county facilitators. Please provide your contact information to your LOCAL CUPE for updates to your collective agreement and union. We also advise you to familiarize yourself with this website which is your CUPE Health Community Hub for archived resources and messages. We also have social media accounts to provide you with regular updates from HSPBA and CBA. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @CUPECommunityHealthBC. CUPE HCPC is represented by CUPE 15, 1004, 1978, 3403-01 and 4816 Aboriginal Presidents and Delegates. Each of these Aboriginals represents members of the two municipal health collective agreements in B.C.: the Community Health Bargaining Association (CBA) and the Health Science Professionals Bargaining Association (HSPBA). Together, these local CUPEs represent just over 1,200 CBA members and about 1,000 HSPBA members. The HCPC meets quarterly and is tasked with supporting the collective bargaining of CupE HSPBA and CBA, promoting the implementation of the contract, promoting common goals that cupE members face in these bargaining associations, and promoting and defending our publicly funded health care system.