Aupe Collective Agreement Local 6

The AUPE proposal calls for a two-year contract with an annual salary increase of 2.5% to take into account the costs of living. For the purposes of this agreement, the hours of work per year indicated in Schedule A of the attached rolling table are considered normal conditions for an employee who #006 within a subsidiary. The annual days set out in master/subsidant contracts for local #006 vary over a three-year period, as shown in Appendix B. Allowances and salaries for benefits defined in master`s/subsidy contracts for local #006 are not adjusted for the 7-hour, 55-minute day. Fifteen (15) days before the meeting, an agenda will be established and distributed. Other opinions and justifications may be put on the agenda in agreement with the two co-chairs. The final agenda is agreed by the co-chairs. All rate updates related to the public services negotiations are available at: All recommendations for amendments must be approved by the majority of committee members and, if accepted by the employer and the UNION, they are implemented by mutual agreement. CONSIDERING that the parties intend to manage Article 2, hours worked, of the subsidiary agreement to enable the implementation of a proposed shift work plan for some local workers 006 working at the Michener Centre. Therefore, in accordance with Article 2.01 (b) of the framework agreement, the parties agree that the deadlines in the labour remedy procedure may be extended by mutual agreement of the parties. Are you looking for your collective agreement or the last minutes of the meeting? Browse the list of downloadable documents. Do you want to ask for a break or something? Browse a list of web forms specific to your local user. The Committee will monitor Michener Services` efforts to ensure that workers re-qualified under collective agreements have advance access to vacant or new positions for which they are qualified under the collective agreement.

The government`s proposal was presented on Thursday on the first day of collective bargaining for 23,578 public service members, represented by the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE). Non-committee representatives may make presentations at meetings with the agreement of the co-chairs and a written submission is proposed to the co-chairs prior to the meeting. The topics to be discussed have already been put on the agenda. All points that are not expressly covered by this agreement are, if any, covered by the provisions of the collective agreement. review and consider all other points of the agreement between the parties with respect to the area concerned; The Alberta government wants nearly 24,000 government employees to accept a one per cent pay cut in the first year of a four-year collective agreement, followed by a three-year pay break.

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