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Community Social Services sector holds bargaining survey

Community Social Services sector holds bargaining survey

BURNABY—With its collective agreement expiring on March 31 next year, CUPE’s Community Social Services sector is holding a bargaining survey to canvass member priorities in preparation for the next round of bargaining.

“CUPE is seeking a freely negotiated settlement that addresses our members’ priorities, so the bargaining committee needs members’ input and support,” said CUPE Community Social Services Coordinator Louise Oetting. “By completing this survey, members can give us the kind of valuable information that will help us to achieve the best collective agreement possible.”

The survey, which takes about 15 minutes to complete, is confidential and will not be shared with the Employer or any other union members. CUPE CSS members may fill out the survey online or with a paper version.

Paper copies are available from your shop steward and/or Local representative. If you complete the paper version of this survey, please give it to your CUPE Local President and/or Unit Chair. Or you can mail it or fax it to:

 

CUPE Community Social Services Member Survey (Confidential)

Attention: Darlene Stone or Liz Blackwood

CUPE British Columbia Regional Office

4940 Canada Way, Suite 500

Burnaby, BC  V5G 4T3

Fax: 604-291-6248

 

DEADLINE: Please complete this survey by January 31, 2018.

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