Bargaining

Bargaining updates from CUPE BC's 170 locals.

Bargaining
MARCH 11, 2011

BCGEU forces vote to reconstruct negotiating committee

BURNABY— The community social services bargaining committee for the BCGEU today tabled and passed a proposal for a special negotiating...

Bargaining
MARCH 11, 2011

City of Revelstoke and CUPE 363 ratify contract

REVELSTOKE—The City of Revelstoke and members of CUPE 363, municipal workers, have ratified a four-year collective agreement. CUPE 363 ratified...

Bargaining
MARCH 7, 2011

Future of Community Social Services negotiations on the line

BURNABY— The Community Social Services bargaining committee is meeting this week to prepare to resume negotiations next week with the provincial government's...

Bargaining
MARCH 7, 2011

Rally for a fair deal sends a strong message to community social services employers

BURNABY—Wednesday’s rally in Kelowna by community social services workers and their supporters outside a provincial meeting of the Community Social...

Bargaining
MARCH 7, 2011

Community Social Service workers issue open letter to Employers

Community Social Services workers from across BC have issued an open letter to their employers asking for a fair and...

Bargaining
MARCH 7, 2011

Community Social Services - Keeping up the pressure on BC government

BURNABY—Community social services workers and the unions that represent them, including CUPE, are working with coalition partners to build and...

Bargaining
MARCH 7, 2011

CSS employers delay over essential services discussions

As community social services negotiations are set to resume this week, the employer association has finally responded to a request...

Bargaining
MARCH 7, 2011

CUPE members unite in rejecting Health Science Professionals agreement

BURNABY — CUPE 1978 members are the final CUPE group to vote on and reject the proposed agreement in the...

Bargaining
MARCH 7, 2011

CSS members planning next steps to secure a fair deal

BURNABY—In recent weeks, CUPE members working in community social services have been attending membership meetings across the province to discuss...