Bargaining

Bargaining updates from CUPE BC's 170 locals.

Bargaining
JUNE 9, 2010

Bargaining update for CUPE Community Social Service members

BURNABY— The Community Social Services Bargaining Association (CSSBA) bargaining committee tasked with negotiating a new collective agreement for Social Services...

Bargaining
JUNE 1, 2010

CUPE school staff give notice to bargain

BURNABY—CUPE locals representing staff in the public education system have served notice to open bargaining with their employers. Collective agreements...

Bargaining
MAY 28, 2010

Protecting quality public health care top bargaining priority

BURNABY – After two days of discussions about a new contract for health science professionals, some progress was made on...

Bargaining
MAY 20, 2010

CSS bargaining committee meets with employers’ group, tables proposals

RICHMOND— The union bargaining committee tasked with negotiating a new collective agreement for community social services workers met with the...

Bargaining
MAY 12, 2010

Employer accepts CSS joint union bargaining team call to bargain

The Community Social Services Bargaining Association (CSSBA) has invited the employer group, the Community Social Services Employers’ Association (CSSEA), to...

Bargaining
APRIL 14, 2010

CUPE K-12 locals in B.C. to form provincial bargaining council

RICHMOND—CUPE national president Paul Moist and CUPE BC president Barry O’Neill will join close to 200 delegates from more than...

Bargaining
APRIL 14, 2010

HSPBA begins bargaining to improve health care delivery

BURNABY–Talks got underway today for a new collective agreement for health science professionals who deliver critical diagnostic, clinical and rehabilitation...

Bargaining
APRIL 13, 2010

Good news also comes in threes

HOPE – CUPE 458 members have reached a new collective agreement with the Fraser Valley Regional District.The workers at Hope...

Bargaining
APRIL 13, 2010

University workers set to bargain

VICTORIA – University support workers in several CUPE locals have served notice to bargain with their respective employers.The CUPE workers...