AUPE President Dan MacLennan shares a laugh with “Scottie The Clown” June 24, during Local 046, 054’s annual barbecue held at Emily Murphy Park in Edmonton.
Four municipalities do the right thing, but Alberta still needs province-wide workplace smoking ban: MacLennan
EDMONTON – Strong anti-smoking bylaws that come into effect tomorrow in St. Albert, Edmonton, Stettler and Airdrie should remind Albertans that our province still needs an effective province-wide workplace smoking ban, says the president of the province’s largest union.
EDMONTON – Prizes and registrations continue to flow in for the first-ever AUPE United Way Golf Tournament scheduled for Aug. 27 at Edmonton’s River Ridge Golf & Country Club.
The Joint Worksite Health and Safety Committee for Area 3, Alberta Human Resources and Employment, recently received a Certificate of Recognition, which recognizes excellence in Occupational Health and Safety in the workplace.
EDMONTON – The Alberta Union of Provincial Employees and the Capital Health Region reached a tentative agreement today in bargaining for a new three-year collective agreement for approximately 5,000 general support service employees.
EDMONTON – A tentative agreement has been reached by negotiators for the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees and the Capital Care/St. Joseph’s employer group.
EDMONTON – Members of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees who work directly for the provincial government ratified a three-year collective agreement containing pay increases adding up to 10.2 per cent in ballots counted today.
EDMONTON – Alberta Union of Provincial Employees members who work for the Alberta Research Council have ratified a one-year collective agreement under which all pay grids will increase by 3.5 per cent.
EDMONTON – Contract-ratification ballots cast by members of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees directly employed by the Alberta Government will be counted today. Results are expected by late afternoon.