According to the union, the province is calling for a one per cent pay cut in the first year of a new collective agreement and no increase for the next three years. The deadline for applications is December 8, 2020 at 4 p.m. Apply here: www.aupe.org/…/financial…/bursaries-and-scholarships Terry Inigo-Jones, Communication, firstname.lastname@example.org Dale Perry, negotiating spokesman, email@example.com The collective agreement has expired and is being renegotiated by the Alberta government and the Alberta Provincial Employees Association. As a result, printed copies of the agreement are not currently distributed. AUPE and the province halted negotiations for a new collective agreement in April due to the COVID 19 pandemic. AUPE awards two members per month with the Spotlight Award until the 2021 Convention. To name your collaborators, go aupe.org/YACspotlight you can check out the agreement in the following pages. You will also find here a PDF file of the full agreement. It also seeks backtracking and concessions in many areas of the collective agreement, including: www.aupe.org/news-and-publications/memoriam The following week, Toews said the government would ask conciliators to impose a 2% pay cut on collective agreements. Goa proposes -1%, 0%, 0%, and returns to the collective agreement You will find all the updates related to the public services negotiations at: aupe.org/goa2017 A powerful story that not only looks at the growing figures of COVID-19 in Alberta, but also the personal effects of the pandemic. www.thebeaverton.com/…/in-return-for-4-million-fro…/.
To promote thoughtful and respectful conversations, first names and surnames will appear at each filing at CBC/Radio-Canada`s online communities (except in child and youth-focused communities). Pseudonyms are no longer allowed. Discussions resumed last month. The union learned, in a letter of revelation from a government negotiator, that up to 930 jobs could be cut. www.statcan.gc.ca/eng/survey/household/5340 Our thoughts are with all Albertans who mourn the loss of a loved one and to the front-line workers who are witnessing this devastating loss. Schedules for the continued operation of employees in the “A-1″ Calendar Letter of Understanding #003 – Employee Relations Committee Terms terms of Reference Children`s Services Action Plan – “A Stronger, Safer Tomorrow” calgaryherald.com/…/icu-admissions-near-100-as-albe… “Honestly, we don`t know what`s going to happen in five or ten years, what the long-term effects will be on human health,” Yeager said. Statistics Canada is conducting a survey to understand the impact of COVID-19 on Canadian health care personnel, with a particular focus on access to personal protective equipment (PPE) and infection prevention and control (CPI) measures in the workplace. Given the legislation that gives GOA members the right to strike, it is essential that your GSBC enjoy the support and solidarity of members. The bargaining power of your GSBC comes from its members.