Employees who work on the Point Grey campus as artisans, catering and hospitality services, technicians/research assistants, as well as in a large number of positions covered by Schedule A of the CUPE 116 agreement. CUPE 116 also represents Aquatic Centre staff under a separate collective agreement. Members of Richmond House and Belkin House voted on the provisional agreement for three days (November 2, 6 and 7). Collective agreement (pdf) See also: Salary scales | BCGEU | WEBSITE Sun Life Brochure (pdf) | Advantages | Master Plug Extended Health Care “Our agreements are also fair and appropriate for non-profit employers like the Salvation Army, who provide such important services to the most vulnerable in our communities,” added Smith. CUPE 116 | Aquatic Centre Collective Agreement “Bcgeu/NUPGE negotiates strong collective agreements. We look forward to helping our new members realize some of the benefits of unionization, including a voice in the workplace, a formalized complaint process to resolve issues in the workplace, and a structured and fair bargaining process. “I know that with the union, we will have a stronger voice in our working conditions, we will seek improvements in our wages and social benefits, and we will improve occupational health and safety,” said Susan Smith, Public Relations Associate. . “I absolutely love my job, and so do my colleagues. It`s our passion. We help our clients develop self-confidence,” said Jessica Keras, Center of Hope associate and new BCGEU member. “I`m a fairly new employee and I had no idea what the unions did for people.
In talking with colleagues, I have heard so many positive things about the BCGEU/NUPGE. » Contact Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 2950 6253 NW Marine Drive Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1 Tel: 604 822 1494 Fax: 604 822 1481E-Mail UBC is organized into a number of staff and faculty groups with group-specific terms and conditions of employment. The Abbotsford Centre of Hope offers homeless accommodation, drop-in coffee, a meal centre and kitchen, emergency accommodation, independent support living, outreach teams, housing assistance and advocacy agents and wire transfer services. The new collective agreement provides for a period of 3 years that expires on March 31, 2019. Salary increases will be retroactive by 2% to 1 April 2016, 1.5% to 1 April 2017 and 1.5% to 1 April 2018. There is also an increase in vacation pay and entitlements in Grades 7, 8. .