BURNABY—The Community Bargaining Association (CBA) and the Health Employers Association of British Columbia (HEABC) have reached a tentative deal on a new collective agreement.
BURNABY—The Community Social Services Bargaining Association (CSSBA) is pleased to announce that, after four weeks of negotiations and a 95-hour push over the last six days for a deal without concessions, a tentative agreement has been reached for General Services and Community Living with the Community Social Services Employers’ Association (CSSEA). The tentative agreements are for three-year terms and provide significant compensation increases in terms of low-wage redress for all members while meeting the government mandate of improving the services British Columbians count on.
BURNABY — CUPE 3338 members who work at Simon Fraser University, and other members of the Employees’ Joint Pension Committee (EJPC), will vote on ratification of proposed amendments to their pension plan this fall. Both the Public Sector Employers’ Council (PSEC) and the Board of Governors have approved the changes and the three employee groups at SFU (APSA, CUPE 3338 and the Poly Party) must also approve them.
VICTORIA – CUPE Local 1978 members who work for the Capital Regional District (CRD) are still without a new collective agreement after one day of unsuccessful mediation.
BURNABY - The Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Education, for the first time ever, include a category for support staff in public schools. Nominations have been extended and now close on June 30.
LANGLEY—There was something for everyone at the CUPE 1260 family picnic held at Al Anderson Park on Saturday. The sunny weather held throughout the day, despite the warning of possible rain, adding to the festive air.
BURNABY - CUPE BC is gearing up to get out the vote in favour of a better way for British Columbians to elect our government, and against the old and unfair first past the post system.
VICTORIA – CUPE Local 1978, members who work for the Capital Regional District (CRD), voted 93 percent in favour of strike action in a vote held yesterday (May 31).
BURNABY—CUPE 873 ambulance paramedics representing Team Canada BC won gold at this year’s Rallye Rejviz International Paramedic Competition, held in the Czech Republic.