Cupe 600-3 Collective Agreement

CUPE said they are not yet in a legal strike position, but are close to reaching an agreement on essential services. Read more: sk.cupe.ca/…/recognizing-the-courage-commitment-of…/ The Saskatchewan government said it “respects the collective bargaining process and remains confident in finding a negotiated solution.” “The government remains hopeful that an agreement can be reached at the negotiating table.” The provincial election may be over, but another important election is coming. And we`re not talking about the American elections! Work-life balance and burnout are important themes for members, Seman said. ✅ Believe in strong public funding for our schools, municipal and community services. ✅ is working to keep children and school workers healthy and safe from the pandemic. ✅ Recognizes and promotes the value of municipal services to our quality of life. ✅ Don`t think that reducing services is a viable solution to anything. IT`S TODAY! Share if you`ve ever voted to remind others of the GO vote! “CUPE urges the government to reconsider its plan to submit to the Labour Relations Board a request to change the union competence of our bargaining unit. This step will create unnecessary disruption and uncertainty for CUPE Local 600 members and set a worrying precedent in which the government will interfere in the internal affairs of unions,” Luterbach added. The union represents approximately 380 employees of the Community Living Service Delivery Division of the Ministry of Social Services and the Ministry of Central Services. The statement said the government could not comment on the details of the ongoing negotiations between CUPE and the province.

CUPE Local 600 has members across the province who work in provincial care homes in communities like Swift Current, Moose Jaw, Humboldt and Yorkton, with two main issues being hours of work and wages…