Saskatoon Public Schools Collective Agreement
The name of your SEIU-West Union Rep and the local office they work from your collective agreement A union representing education support staff says it has ratified a new collective agreement with the Saskatoon Public Schools Division. For members who are under the SAHO agreement, here you will find a link to the Pro-Forma Call-in Work Availability Form and a memo on changes to the process: SEIU-West/SAHO Call in Changes Alert. Barrett said the union was particularly proud of all the improvements to the collective agreement that casual and temporary workers now accumulate seniority. READ MORE: The new schools, the hospitals admitted to Saskatchewan Budget cupE Local 8443 represent 1,025 members, including teaching assistants, library technicians, administrative assistants and secretaries, cafeteria and food workers, janitors and maintenance workers, and IT staff. SPECIAL NOTE: OCTOBER 2017 – Saskatoon Rep Assignment Pilot Project Underway SEIU-West Members working at the City of Saskatoon Hospital, the Royal University Hospital, St. Paul`s Hospital, Saskatoon Home Care and Parkridge Centre are now being cared for on the basis of classification. “Previously, casual and temporary workers would only have a retroactive seniority plan if they moved into permanent employment, but they can now use their seniority for auction.” The new four-year contract means wage increases of 0.5 per cent, 1.5 per cent and 2 per cent. “This is a big step forward for insecure workers,” Barrett said in a press release. Scott Barrett, president of CUPE Local 8443, said he welcomed a deal that provides for modest pay increases for members.
Click here if you are looking for the latest trading information. This also includes other monetary improvements such as improved vacation supplements, uniform allowance for food workers and increased start-up allowance for maintenance workers. All items are, if any, fully retroactive. If you`re looking for information about your trading unit, you`re in the right place. Searching for your information, you will find the following information: More than 450 members of CUPE Local 8443 recently voted and 67% voted in favour of a new contract. The union members had been out of contract since September 1, 2016. Please note: We try to keep this information as up-to-date as possible. If we miss something or if you have a proposal on something you`d like to see added, send us an email. WATCH: STF does not say enough in Saskatchewan budget for education.