« These were difficult negotiations, made difficult by the persistence of health and financial crises affecting our community, » said Rick Nadin, president of the Unifor Local 2458 Custodial and Maintenance Unit. « I am incredibly proud of our members and our negotiating committee for meeting the challenge and reaching an agreement that represents solid profits for the next four years. » Unifor Local 2458 represents 160 nurses and maintenance workers at WECDSB. The new agreement has been ratified 90%. Please click on the links below to see active negotiated collective agreements between the parties. 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. WeCDSB office, office and IT employees, also represented by Unifor Local 2458, will begin negotiations in the coming weeks. All WeCDSB maintenance and detention workers have previously ratified an agreement as part of the province`s new central bargaining process, which provided for 1% pay increases and a 1% benefit increase. The agreement ratified tonight by the workers solves many local problems with the WECDSB. Six collective agreements with the university and two (2) unions are being renewed in 2019. Unifor Local 2458 (306 full-time office and office workers). Negotiations began on June 27.
The contract date was June 30, 2019. A collective agreement is a written contract between an employer and a union that describes many of the conditions of employment of workers in a collective agreement unit. There are two collective agreements that cover members of Algonquin College`s collective agreement unit. The academic collective agreement includes professors, trainers, part-time staff, counselors and librarians. The support staff collective agreement includes all full-time support staff, Appendix D and Schedule G. TORONTO members, October 20, 2020 /CNW/ – After months of difficult negotiations, workers at The Windsor-Essex Catholic School (WECDSB) have ratified a new four-year collective agreement. « Our members in the education sector are among the most diligent and dedicated people you will find in our community.