Collective Agreement Coquitlam

The International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) is also negotiating agreement updates in the Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody fire rooms. Their latest agreement, which entered into force on 1 January 2012, was valid for eight years and provided for annual increases of 2.5% per year in each department. The current collective agreements can be consulted via the website of the post-secondary employers` organisation. Local unions, which represent Tri-City city city staff and firefighters, will be back at the bargaining table next year to renew their collective agreements. SD 35 Langley CUPE 1260 Collective Agreement CUPE 1851 Collective Agreement Meanwhile, the Port Moody Police Board will also be meeting with two premises: CUPE Local 825 civilian employees at Moody Police Station are without a contract as of December 31, while the Port Moody Police Services Union has been concluded since the existing contract expired on December 31. December did not sign a new contract. 2018. The communal contract is in progress. 31 for CUPE Local 825 members (indoor and outdoor) in Port Moody; In 2016, they received a 7% pay raise over four years. Released workers are covered by working and employment conditions.

Current employees can sign up for DC Connect for more information. Union representatives from Coquitlam and Port Moody Fire did not respond to requests for comment, but PoCo IAFF Local 1941 president Brandon Dougan told Tri-City News that discussions with the city had already begun. It represents 78 unionized employees, including 72 firefighters. SD 59 Peace River South CUPE 4992 Collective Agreement Teamsters 31 Collective Agreement BCGEU. SD 23 Central Okanagan CUPE 3523 Collective Agreement. SD 68 Nanaimo-Ladysmith CUPE 606 collective agreement. SD 5 Southeast Kootenay CUPE 4165 Collective Agreement The faculty and auxiliary staff of Douglas College are represented by the Douglas College Faculty Association (DCFA) and the British Columbia Government and Service Employees` Union (BCGEU). SD 39 Vancouver Trades Council Collective Agreement CUPE 407 Collective Agreement CUPE 15 Collective Agreement IUOE 963 Collective Agreement SD 44 North Vancouver CUPE 389 Collective Agreement SD 93 Le Conseil Scolaire Francophone de la Columbi-Britannique CUPE 4227 Collective Agreement (English version) CUPE 4227 Collective agreement (French version) “Collective bargaining with our unions is not currently underway. Neither the unions nor the employers [the city] resigned at that time from the opening of negotiations,” Virgelene Rutherford, Port Moody`s head of industrial relations, apprenticeship and welfare, told The Tri-City News today (Tuesday). SD 78 Fraser-Cascade CMAW 2423 Coquitlam Public Library Collective Agreement 2016-2020 (PDF) SD 73 Kamloops/Thompson CUPE 3500 #43 School District (Coquitlam) Collective Agreement 2019-2022 (PDF) Steve Traviss, PoCo`s Director of Human Resources, said the native terminated in writing in November.

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