Usw Collective Agreements
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. You will find accurate information about what you can do in your Special Collective Agreement (CBA), which is available from your local union. If you have other questions or need help, here are some information that can help. The CTE has a proud and long history of negotiating contracts on behalf of its members, which evoke the concerns and realities of the economic environment. The union has industry conferences and business and industry councils that join local unions to negotiate standard contracts in sectors such as paper, steel, aluminum and tires. We are proud to highlight many innovations, such as the Experimental Negotiation Agreement (ENA), which led to the reconciliation of interests as a definitive solution to bargaining issues and not to strikes for the steel industry. This approach has allowed employers to assure their customers that there will be an uninterrupted delivery of steel. In these difficult times when companies were on the verge of bankruptcy or bankruptcy, we restructured the agreements so that the employer had a competitive labour cost, but continued to provide good wages and benefits to our members and allowed us to participate in profits when the company regained its financial capacity. In addition to working and maintaining industry-wide contractual models in the ETC agreements, we are also working with other international unions to increase our bargaining power. In our agreements, we also negotiate the language of workers and unions in order to give our members more input in their work environment.
Casual student library staff are employed in the central library system of the university. The Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 3902, Unit 5 (CUPE Local 3902, Unit 5) represents those who are employed as postdoctoral fellows at the University of Toronto and are covered by CUPE Local 3902, Unit 5. The Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 3902, Unit 1 (CUPE Local 3902) represents students at the University of Toronto, primarily PhD students who work as teaching assistants, laboratory assistants, markers, graders and trainers.