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Unifor 594 Collective Bargaining Agreement

Opublikowano: Grudzień 19th, 2020 by foto-klinika |

In a written statement sent Thursday morning, the union said it was working during negotiations to ensure that the return-to-work aspect of the agreement protects members from retaliation from Federated Co-operatives Limited. “Our industry is evolving and we are just beginning to see how new regulatory requirements and external pressures will shape the future of our industry,” said Le Dressay. “We must all recognize that these changes are imminent. We will be better off facing this future as partners if we work together to achieve our common goals and interests. The new collective agreement maintains the defined benefit pension plan and the company has adapted the business savings plan for existing workers. We are pleased that our collective agreement units have voted in favour of ratifying a new collective agreement. For more information, see our statement below. pic.twitter.com/ykTBCrScNN Saskatchewan refining workers have ratified a preliminary agreement with Federated Co-operatives Ltd. that ends a six-month dispute over the company`s defined benefit pension plan. Email: treasurer@unifor594.com or mail. Unifor Local 594 members have ratified a preliminary agreement with Federated Co-Op to end the nearly seven-month lockout at the co-op refinery, with 89% of voters voting yes to the offer. The Co-op has not spoken publicly since the preliminary agreement, but has issued a statement stating that the company is optimistic about reaching an agreement because the EU negotiating committee has provisionally accepted the agreement and will recommend it to its accession.

He would not elaborate on the agreement, but confirmed that both parties had developed a return-to-work protocol. Due to new measures for COVID-19, he said some employees may need up-to-date training, but they will return to work next week. A statement from Federated Co-Op said the new contract is a seven-year contract that will ensure stable work at the refinery and that the more than 700 affected employees will return to their jobs in the coming weeks, in accordance with the return-to-work contract of the new contract.