Collective Agreement (pdf)See also: Wage scales BCGEU website Sun Life Brochure (pdf) Main Page Benefits The advanced health benefit CUPE 116 represents approximately 2,500 support staff at UBC. This agreement affects approximately 2,300 of its members, who work as craftsmen, technicians, service agents, food service employees and employees in the UBC Bookstore, provide campus security and parking space management. The agreements are valid for the year 2019-2022. Visit the collective agreements and manuals page to view the agreements. CUPE 116 Collective Agreement Collective agreement of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Aquatic Convention 116 members of the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver ratified an agreement on June 18, which was first reached with the employer on June 9. The new collective agreements are now available for the following groups of workers: In addition to clarifying and improving existing agreements, the agreement has culminated in better access to benefits and the regular employment of 116 auxiliary workers, the development of a training incentive fund to encourage and facilitate more on-campus learning spaces for CupE 116 members and to provide financial assistance during their training, a pilot project to support sustainable transportation initiatives to offset travel costs for low-income workers at UBC, and an increase in the health expenditure account for members with extensive health care benefits , according to CUPE. In addition to clarifying and improving the existing language, the strengths of the agreement are the strengths: the agreement will enter into force once both sides have ratified it. The duration of the new agreement is from April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2022. 4 April 2020 Ratification of the Treaty Results of the votes Our cupE 2950 members voted 98.4% in favour of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Union and the University. 1068 – YES – 98.4% 17 – NO – 1.6% Thanks for your participation and support.
In solidarity (social), Adam Huizinga (President) Jaimie Miller Adam Huizinga Chloe Martin-Cabanne Jack … CUPE 116 members of the University of British Columbia (UBC) ratified an interim agreement (TA) that they had reached with the employer on June 9. The ratification vote concluded on Tuesday evening, with members voting by a large majority in favour of the adoption of the TA. The agreement provides for wage increases of 2% per year of the agreement and involves retroactive remuneration. The employees of Point Grey Campus as trades, food and hospitality services, technicians and research assistants, as well as in various positions covered by schedule A. CUPE 116`s CUPE 116 agreement, also represents aquatic Centre staff under a separate collective agreement. The duration of the new agreement is from April 1 to March 31, 2022, the union said. “This was a productive round of negotiations and we were pleased to present our members with an agreement that improves both their working conditions and the content of the collective agreement,” said DAVE Lance, President of CUPE 116. Office, secretariat, clinic and library working on the Vancouver campus. Employees working on the Point Grey campus as technicians/research assistants who are not covered by union certification. Employees who work in agricultural work at the Dairy Education Research Centre in Agassiz. The following details are at the order of the account of the next meeting of members: .
. Two of the largest unions at UBC are our native sisters CUPE 116 (factory workers, craftsmen, food workers, janitor, etc.) and CUPE 2950 (library, office and theatre employees).