Click the link to read the CUPE Pension Communication Health Locals 805, 1051, 1778, 1779: CUPE Pension Communication
CUPE Pension Local Representatives have been participating in a Pension Plan Review Committee with Government and other unions, UPSE, PEINU, IUOE, and the PEITF to discuss options to fix the funding challenges of the Civil Service Superannuation Pension Plan. These meetings began in the spring of 2012.
The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Prince Edward Island Division is dedicated to advancing the efficiency of public employees generally and the labour movement as a whole.
CUPE PEI is involved in promoting suitable legislative measurers within PEI to further the interest, aims and objectives of CUPE members, as well as promoting the maximum participation of locals in the Canadian Labour Congress and the PEI Federation of Labour.
CUPE PEI also assists in the organization of unorganized workers generally, and public employees in particular.
CUPE PEI actively promotes educational, legislative, social and other activities as may assist CUPE locals on PEI and strives for honourable means to adjust difficulties that may arise between our membership and their employers.
(Halifax) – Workers at two Halifax-area nursing homes whose owner is complaining about non-unionized workers making less than their unionized counterparts will have a chance to fix the problem next week.
About a dozen delegates gathered at the Fishermen’s Hall in Prince Rupert, B.C., for the Hospital Employee’s Union (HEU) premier provincial First Nations Bargaining Conference May 22 to 23.
It was the first time representatives from each nation – Nisga’a, Gitxsan (Gitanyow, Gitwangak), Skidegate (Haida Gwaii), Stz’uminus – came together to share bargaining ideas and strategies. Continue reading