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CUPE 1760, United Way BC improve mental health coverage and convert multiple precarious jobs to regular status

CUPE 1760, United Way BC improve mental health coverage and convert multiple precarious jobs to regular status

April 14, 2022
BURNABY—United Way British Columbia (UWBC) and CUPE Local 1760 have agreed to increase extended health coverage to a combined maximum of $1,200 per year per person for accessing psychologists (including…
BURNABY—United Way British Columbia (UWBC) and CUPE Local 1760 have agreed to increase extended health coverage to a combined maximum of $1,200 per year per person for accessing psychologists (including...

Following vote for new agreement, City of Duncan employees continue work delivering services for residents

Following vote for new agreement, City of Duncan employees continue work delivering services for residents

March 15, 2022
DUNCAN—For members of CUPE Local 358 working for the City of Duncan, voting in favour of ratifying a new collective agreement is just the first step in working with the…
DUNCAN—For members of CUPE Local 358 working for the City of Duncan, voting in favour of ratifying a new collective agreement is just the first step in working with the...

Bulletin – Bargaining Update: far apart on money issues, more work to be done

Bulletin – Bargaining Update: far apart on money issues, more work to be done

March 10, 2022
The K-12 provincial bargaining committee met last week with their counterparts from the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association. This third session focused primarily on monetary issues, including wages and term…
The K-12 provincial bargaining committee met last week with their counterparts from the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association. This third session focused primarily on monetary issues, including wages and term...

Bulletin – March Mobilizing Mondays!

Bulletin – March Mobilizing Mondays!

February 25, 2022
K-12 locals across the province are in preparations for local bargaining. So, throughout March, CUPE Education is launching Mobilizing Mondays – every Monday of the month CUPE will be virtually…
K-12 locals across the province are in preparations for local bargaining. So, throughout March, CUPE Education is launching Mobilizing Mondays – every Monday of the month CUPE will be virtually...

Bulletin – Bargaining continues, pivotal meeting ahead

Bulletin – Bargaining continues, pivotal meeting ahead

February 18, 2022
The K-12 provincial bargaining committee met this week with their counterparts from the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association for another three days of discussions. Talks continued on a wide range…
The K-12 provincial bargaining committee met this week with their counterparts from the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association for another three days of discussions. Talks continued on a wide range...

United Way BC bargaining breaks down over wage parity issue

United Way BC bargaining breaks down over wage parity issue

February 7, 2022
Talks end after UWBC refuses to abandon push for two-tiered wages for regional offices BURNABY—Bargaining talks between CUPE Local 1760 and United Way BC broke off late last week after…
Talks end after UWBC refuses to abandon push for two-tiered wages for regional offices BURNABY—Bargaining talks between CUPE Local 1760 and United Way BC broke off late last week after...

Bargaining begins for Community Social Services, Community Health workers in B.C.

Bargaining begins for Community Social Services, Community Health workers in B.C.

February 4, 2022
BURNABY—Bargaining has begun for more than 17,000 community social service workers and more than 21,000 workers in the community health sector in B.C., with bargaining association representatives for both sectors…
BURNABY—Bargaining has begun for more than 17,000 community social service workers and more than 21,000 workers in the community health sector in B.C., with bargaining association representatives for both sectors...

Bargaining Update – Ready to bargain: first day Feb. 8

Bargaining Update – Ready to bargain: first day Feb. 8

January 31, 2022
After months of training, research, consultations and discussions, the K-12 sector provincial bargaining committee is confident it’s ready to start negotiations. This week, the K-12 Presidents Council gave its overwhelming…
After months of training, research, consultations and discussions, the K-12 sector provincial bargaining committee is confident it’s ready to start negotiations. This week, the K-12 Presidents Council gave its overwhelming...

Health Care Presidents Council prepares for 2022 bargaining

Health Care Presidents Council prepares for 2022 bargaining

January 21, 2022
BURNABY—CUPE’s Health Care Presidents Council (HCPC) met today to discuss preparations for bargaining, review the existing cost share campaign, approve the strategic plan for 2022, and hold elections. “We’re currently…
BURNABY—CUPE’s Health Care Presidents Council (HCPC) met today to discuss preparations for bargaining, review the existing cost share campaign, approve the strategic plan for 2022, and hold elections. “We’re currently...