Usw Local 1998 Collective Agreement

The collective agreement provides for a 2.5% increase in wages this year, followed by a 2% increase over the next two years. This year`s wage increase implies a wage adjustment of 0.7% retroactive to July 1 to compensate for an increase in employee pension contributions. The renewal collective agreement is from July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021. January 11, 2000 More than 4,000 administrative and technical assistance staff at the University of Toronto ratify their first collective agreement as members of United Steelworkers Local 1998 and expand the benefits of steel worker representation for higher education workers, with the greatest victory in years. The United Steelworkers, Staff Appointed Unit, Local 1998 (ETC 1998 Staff-Appointed) represents administrative and technical officers appointed full-time and part-time by staff. “This collective agreement represents a major achievement for these employees who have faced a government-led austerity agenda and the demand for concessions,” said Marty Warren. TORONTO – United Steelworkers (ETC) Local members of the University of Toronto have ratified a new collective agreement that improves wages, job security and working conditions. I am pleased to inform you that the interim agreement reached on July 29, 2020 between the University of Toronto a United Steelworkers (ETC) Local in 1998 (named) has been ratified by the staff of the bargaining unit. I would like to thank all the negotiating teams for their commitment, commitment and commitment during these negotiations.

Colleen Burke, ETC Local 1998 President, 647-883-2678, colleen.burke@usw1998.caMarty Warren, etc. Ontario Director, 416-243-8792 Omero Landi, ETC Area Coordinator, Toronto, 416-977-7274, e.g. 224, olandi@usw.caBob Gallagher, ETC Communications, 416-544-5966, 416-434-2221, “I congratulate the members of ETC Local in 1998 for their solidarity in managing these challenges and for the real progress of their professional and life lives.” “This is an uncompromising agreement that makes significant gains in both monetary and non-monetary areas,” USW Local President Colleen Burke said in 1998. The agreement provides for wage increases of a total of 6.5%, several improvements in the language of the contract, which concern key issues such as job security and improved provisions relating to severance pay and the transition to pre-retirement. “The negotiation process was very difficult, but our negotiating committee was stimulated by the tremendous support of our members,” Burke said. Before a preliminary agreement with the university last week, union members would have voted 94 percent in favor of a strike mandate, she noted. Collective agreements set out the terms and conditions of employment of unionized workers as well as the rights, privileges and obligations of the union, employer and workers. The three-year collective agreement, in effect until June 30, 2020, includes 4,300 administrative and technical officers at the university. Members of USW Local 1998 voted in favour of the treaty on Monday. The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (IUPAT), District Council 46, Local 557 currently has no active staff. 2008USW and Unite for Workers Uniting, the world`s leading union the Ontario Public Service Employees Union, Local 578 (OPSEU Local 578) represents research officers and associates at the University of Toronto`s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. February 12, 2002 Local 4120 is chartered to the University of Guelph, representing more than 5,000 university employees represented by steelworkers.

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