Bargaining

Bargaining updates from CUPE BC's 170 locals.

Bargaining
MAY 18, 2011

Community Social Services strike votes adding up

BURNABY — CUPE’s community social services workers have completed their strike votes and added them to the CSS Bargaining Association...

Bargaining
APRIL 29, 2011

CUPE college bargainers head back to local tables

BURNABY—CUPE locals in the CUPE Colleges Bargaining Council (CCBC) have returned to local bargaining tables to resume bargaining discussions.The College...

Bargaining
APRIL 27, 2011

Courtenay city workers vote to strike for fairness and respect

COURTENAY—Last night, the city workers of Courtenay, represented by CUPE 556, voted 92 per cent to strike for fairness and...

Bargaining
APRIL 18, 2011

Community social services workers ‘owed so much more’

VANCOUVER — CUPE National President Paul Moist was just in Vancouver to speak at the CUPE BC annual convention. He...

Bargaining
APRIL 12, 2011

SkyTrain workers ratify three-year deal

BURNABY—Members of CUPE 7000, SkyTrain workers, have ratified a three-year agreement with the British Columbia Rapid Transit Company (BCRTC).The agreement...

Bargaining
MARCH 30, 2011

CSSBA walks away from table: “We won’t bargain concessions”

BURNABY—The Community Social Services Bargaining Association (CSSBA) has notified the Community Social Services Employers Association (CSSEA) today that its members...

Bargaining
MARCH 23, 2011

Bargaining resumes for Community Social Services

BURNABY— Members of the community social services bargaining committee returned to the bargaining table earlier this week in an attempt...

Bargaining
MARCH 15, 2011

Contract session a first for the Kootenays

CRANBROOK—CUPE members from municipalities throughout the Kootenays met this weekend in Cranbrook to review collective agreements and plan for municipal...

Bargaining
MARCH 14, 2011

Community Social Services workers to Bloy: Give us a fair deal!

BURNABY—British Columbia’s 15,000 community social service workers—including 2,500 CUPE members—are asking their supporters to contact their MLA, and Social Development...