Union Policy and Information

Here’s everything you need to know about your union.


NORTH CHAPTER – Monica Chmilar (North Chair) Chapter 1 High Level – Fort Vermillion – La Crete – Manning – Grimshaw – Fairview – Peace River- Spirit River – Rycroft – McLennan – Hythe – Falher – Beaverlodge – High Prairie- Valleyview – Grand Prairie – Slave Lake Chapter 2 Athabasca – Boyle – LL …

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Collective Agreement & Negotiations

Memo of Agreement Signed Your bargaining committee has signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the employer. Your ratification vote will be done through mail-in ballots to accommodate the many Local 020 members working throughout the province. More details about your ratification vote will be shared with you soon. Term and Wages This is a 3 …

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  Policy Committee Contact Email: alilocal20@gmail.com Finance Committee Contact Email: alilocal20@gmail.com Website Committee Contact Email: carlo.caputo@shaw.ca

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Did You Know?

Your Union does all this? Negotiates Your Agreement – establishing working conditions, wages and benefits Protects Your Rights – through grievances and arbitration procedures and joint consultation committees Regulates Health & Safety – monitors worksites and investigates problems Provides Education –on union matters and other areas of interest to members Communicates Regularly – through Direct …

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We are your executive and are here to help YOU! We welcome your questions and comments and are here to help you in any way we can. Please contact us at anytime and we will make every effort to be of assistance to you. Thank you for your continued support! Laura Mitchell – Chair chairlocal020@aupe.ca …

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Little Pink Book

What you Should Know: A trade union or labour union is an organization of workers who have banded together to achieve common goals in key areas such as: Wages/Hours of Work/Working Conditions Unions, through their leadership, bargain with employers on behalf of union members(sometimes called rank and file members) and negotiate collective agreements(contracts) with employers. …

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