AUPE Local 047/002 negotiating committee members counted ballots Nov. 27 confirming the ratification of a one-year wage reopener agreement at Bethany Group, Camrose.
AUPE Local 038 negotiating committee members met at union headquarters to prepare for arbitration with their employer, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology on Dec. 2, 2008.
EDMONTON – The federal government’s planned three-year ban on strikes by federal public employees is a counterproductive policy that could be found to be in violation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, says the president of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees.
CALGARY – Calgary Health Region employees represented by AUPE who find errors in their retroactive pay are asked to call the CHR Human Resources Support Centre to resolve the problem.
CAMROSE – Members of AUPE Local 047/002 who work for the Bethany Group, Camrose, have voted to ratify a one-year wage reopener agreement that includes a 5-per-cent across-the-board pay increase plus significant market adjustments for all members.
AUPE members taking part in a Union Officer Training course at union headquarters in Edmonton, Nov. 27.
COLD LAKE – Cold Lake city council has reconsidered its previous position and unanimously ratified a two-year collective agreement with the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees.
The AUPE Local 49 bargaining committee for General Support Services employees of Capital Care Group continued negotiations with the employer Nov. 25 and 26 at union headquarters in Edmonton.
AUPE’s Women’s Committee met at union headquarters in Edmonton Nov. 24 for a regular meeting.
COLD LAKE – NOTE: A day after this release was published, Cold Lake city council reconsidered and unanimously ratified the agreement with AUPE. AUPE withdrew its unfair labour practices complaint and request for mediation.