Now that the votes on representation in the health sector are over, there will be a transition period for all unions and employers. Here`s what you need to know: then negotiations can begin using the expected receiving agreement as the basis. “The government is messy in the health sector and people are paying the price,” Egan said. “While Conservative ministers are giving themselves a five-figure payment.” CUPE now represents all Community staff and support for facilities within these health authorities. 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 have questions about your rights in the workplace, the best person you can talk to is your steward or local leader. You will know the details of your agreement. “Health care workers work tirelessly every day to support the health and well-being of Manitobans,” said McAteer. “A strong corporate retirement plan like the HEPP is crucial to the recruitment and engagement of health care workers in Manitoba, and with so much insecurity in the health sector, it is unfortunate that health care professionals still have something to fear. Some benefits for MNU members are not included in the collective agreement, but are provided through pension boards and fiduciary benefits: “Two-tier pension plans are unfair to future plan members and involve a disproportionate number of newcomers or young workers starting their careers in Manitoba`s health care sector.” CUPE contracts are the best in health! CUPE ensures that each member can make proposals on how to improve their collective agreement. CUPE is fighting the cuts in the health sector imposed by this government.

Now that the ASSA is being ruled unconstitutional in court, CUPE intends to quickly get to the negotiating table with the intention of negotiating fair agreements for the thousands of Manitoba workers, including health, education, crown corporations, child care, social services and more. , who have been out of contract for more than four years. 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. CUPE Local 500 collective agreements and manages fourteen collective agreements and are approximately 5,000 members.