All CUPE members work under the protection of a collective agreement called a collective agreement. Your local union negotiates the terms of the agreement. Elected local union leaders also work with the employer to resolve workplace issues. If you want a copy of your collective agreement on paper, talk to your trustee. If you don`t know who your administrator is or how to contact your office, contact the CUPE office near you. “Brian Pallister has advanced ideological cuts in the public service and tried to do so by violating our constitutional right to collective bargaining,” said Abe Araya, President of CUPE Manitoba. “Pallister lost in court today, but the fight against austerity is not over.” CUPE contracts are the best in health! CUPE ensures that each member can make proposals on how to improve their collective agreement. CUPE Local 500 collective agreements and manages fourteen collective agreements and are approximately 5,000 members. Our rates range from one member to about 5000 in the City of Winnipeg.
– WRHA – Shared Health: CUPE 204 – President Debbie Boissonneault at 204-775-2873, email@example.com, www.cupe204.ca or Facebook @cupe204 If you are unsure of the bargaining unit you belong to, contact local office 500 at 204-942-1001 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The language of the contract includes paid days off for traditional employees of the Aboriginal Women`s Centre in Winnipeg Aboriginal Ceremony have ratified their first collective agreement with CUPE Local 2348. Today, CUPE filed an order with the Manitoba Court of Queen`s Bench, through the Manitoba Federation of Defence Public Services, against Pallister`s Law 28, the Public Service Sustainability Act. “With 680,000 CUPE members across Canada and 5,600 K-12 workers in Manitoba, staff at Diocesan High School in Saint Boniface now have access to the highest representation in the country.” Shannon McAteer, CUPE Health Care Coordinator, can be reached at the following address: The Health Care Employee Employee Benefit Plan (HEB MANITOBA), which manages HEPP, announced their decision to abolish all additional and bridge services for new members after January 1, 2018 and created a two-class plan with reduced benefits for new employees, including changes to the plan.