WHITE ROCK – For the first time in its history with the City of White Rock, CUPE 402-01 is taking job action. After ten months of bargaining, the Employer still refuses to address key issues for its workers: the need for clear hours of work for all employees, fair treatment for casual and part-time employees, and protection for members who become seriously ill.
Join CUPE BC President Mark Hancock and representatives from CUPE 402 and 402-01 at a solidarity rally on the first day of job action.
CUPE members in White Rock will begin job action on Friday with City Hall members off the job for a one-day strike.
Join us for a Solidarity Rally at White Rock City Hall.
Friday, May 2, 11:15 A.M.
15322 Buena Vista Ave., White Rock.