Bargaining

Bargaining Updates

All Bargaining Updates

  • Bargaining Update - March 14, 2018 - The employer’s bargaining position of zero-per-cent each year for two years and a wage reopener in the third year remains.
  • Bargaining Update - February 16, 2018  - Negotiations continue: "We’re disappointed there seems to be no movement on many of the union’s priority items like job security, workload, job classifications, hiring practices, contracting out and more. Unfortunately these items remain to be seriously discussed and are tied to a monetary agreement.

  • Bargaining Report - January 26, 2018
  • Bargaining Update -  December 21, 2017
  • Bargaining Update - November 28, 2017 - Agreement on many of the union’s priority items like job security, workload, job classifications, hiring practices, contracting out and more have yet to be seriously discussed and are tied to a monetary agreement. Your committee has met with the employer 28 times since bargaining began. Read the bargaining update for a comprehensive overview of the headway made in that time. 
  • Bargaining Update - September 28, 2017
  • Bargaining Update - September 15, 2017
  • Bargaining Update - August 18,, 2017
  • Bargaining Update - June 9, 2017
  • Bargaining Update - May 26, 2017
  • Bargaining Update - April 28, 2017

Local 002 Bargaining Chair Update

Highlights of 2014 Agreement

Some highlights:

  • $1850 lump-sum payment to eligible employees
  • On-the-grid salary increases of 6.75% over the next three years (prorated for for part-time salaried and wage employees)
  • Overtime for Subsidiary Agreements #2 to match provisions in the other Subsidiary Agreements
  • Christmas Closure – additional days off due to closure of government offices and non-essential operations when Christmas falls on: Sunday or Monday – 2 days or Tuesday to Saturday – 3 days
  • Improvements to the accrual rates for annual vacation

Contact Bargaining Committee

Contact Bargaining Committee for information on bargaining (contract negotiations). 

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