Le Syndicat du Nouveau-Brunswick ratifie une convention collective avec CCNB pour les Services d'administration et de Soutien des Programmes
FREDERICTON - Le Syndicat du Nouveau-Brunswick et le Collège Communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick ont ratifié une convention collective qui représente la composante d’environs 115 employés de Services d'administration et de Soutien des Programmes.
Dans la photo ci-dessous: CCNB et l'équipe de négociations:
Last Updated (Wednesday, 22 May 2013 10:55)
NB Union signs collective agreement with NBCC for Administrative and Program Support Services
FREDERICTON –The New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees (NBUPPE) has signed a collective agreement with the New Brunswick Community Colleges, which represents approximately 122 employees of the Administrative and Program Support Services bargaining unit.
Picture below is with NBCC and the bargaining team:
Last Updated (Wednesday, 22 May 2013 10:52)
“Let’s Talk Tour” in Northern NB
I would like to invite you to have a conversation with me, NBU President, Susie Proulx-Daigle. I am currently touring the Province to discuss Pensions and the current Bargaining Environment.
Join me at the following locations;
Update on Health Care Layoffs – May 3, 2013
Over the past few days, the union, the employer and the affected members have met. The affected members in both the Specialized Health Care Professionals and Paramedical groups have received their notices. Our labour relations officers are now working with the members to determine the next steps and what options they have at their disposal for potential other positions and opportunities.
Why we chose shared risk pensions
Commentary-Telegraph Journal p.A7
Gordon Black Marilyn Quinn & Susie Proulx Daigle
30 Apr 2013
The Canadian Union of Public Employees, the New Brunswick Union of Public and Private Employees and the New Brunswick Nurses Union represent 45,000 public sector employees working for provincial and municipal governments. In 2012, we agreed to the conversion of the two pension plans covering employees of the regional health authorities to the new shared risk model. Earlier this year, CUPE locals agreed to the conversion of plans for the cities of Saint John and Fredericton. Currently, we are in discussions with other public sector unions and the Task Force on Protecting Public Pensions on proposals to convert the civil service to the shared risk plan. These discussions are ongoing, but given the debate in the province today concerning the potential impact the new pension model could have on retirees, we felt it was important to make our views known.
Last Updated (Thursday, 02 May 2013 15:33)
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