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Community Social Services

CUPE represents approximately 2,500 workers in B.C.'s Community Social Services sector. We are the second largest union for social services workers in B.C.

We are a key part of strong communities and promote locally based social structures by supporting people with developmental and physical disabilities, children, youth and families, Aboriginal people, immigrants and refugees, women, the homeless and mentally ill, victims of crime and people in conflict with the law.

 

DRAFT AGREEMENT

Earlier this year, a Provincial Collective Agreement (April 1, 2014 – March 2019) was reached for Community Living and General Services. Visit this link for a draft copy of the agreement. The CSSBA anticipates having the final CSS 2014 – 2019 CA’s available for electronic  distribution before the end of 2014, with a print edition available in early 2015.

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Community social services employers and unions set job classification, evaluation targets

Jan 16, 2015

BURNABY—Over the next 16 months, the joint union-employer committee for the community social services sector will be collecting, reviewing and updating more...

Conference highlights inclusion, diversity, equality issues

Jun 13, 2014

NANAIMO—CUPE BC’s strong support for social justice issues and campaigns continued this week with the union’s sponsorship contribution and presence more...

Community social services workers ratify 5-year deal

Feb 17, 2014

BURNABY - Community social services workers have voted 85.6 percent in favour of a new five-year collective agreement.  The contract includes wage more...

Five-year tentative agreement reached in community social services

Dec 03, 2013

The Community Social Services Bargaining Association (CSSBA) has reached a tentative agreement for the 11,000 union members working in community-based more...

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Related News

Community social services employers and unions set job classification, evaluation targets

Jan 16, 2015

BURNABY—Over the next 16 months, the joint union-employer committee for the community social services sector will be collecting, reviewing and updating more...

Conference highlights inclusion, diversity, equality issues

Jun 13, 2014

NANAIMO—CUPE BC’s strong support for social justice issues and campaigns continued this week with the union’s sponsorship contribution and presence more...

Community social services workers ratify 5-year deal

Feb 17, 2014

BURNABY - Community social services workers have voted 85.6 percent in favour of a new five-year collective agreement.  The contract includes wage more...

Click here for the archive