It is the responsibility of Unifor Local 848 to represent its members at the bargaining table and for legitimate grievances against the employer and for other reasons as deemed appropriate by the members from time to time. It is the policy of Unifor to not represent members who move to positions within the company that are “beyond the scope of the (collective) agreement” as such representation that is incompatible with the Labour Relations Act. Positions “beyond the scope of the agreement” are deemed to be the Operations Co-ordinator and Operations Shift Co-ordinator jobs. It may include other similar positions depending on the department and any other positions as identified by the membership from time to time.
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- GM heartless in response to CAMI workersUnifor stands behind the members of Local 88 in Ingersoll in the face of coldhearted indifference shown by General Motors as it threatens to ramp up production of the Equinox in Mexico, Unifor National President Jerry Dias said. “This is a callous and heartless attitude for General Motors to take toward a community that has […]
- Pan-union solidarity rally for striking medical lab workers in WindsorHundreds of trade union activists turned out early in the morning on October 10 to support striking workers at the Medical Laboratories of Windsor. The rally, set for 7 a.m., was jointly organized by Unifor Local 2458 and the Windsor and District Labour Council and was attended by members from numerous. Local area MPPs […]
- Unifor supports NDP motion to introduce universal pharmacare in 2018Unifor is throwing its support behind a new federal NDP motion, which calls on the government to implement a universal pharmacare program next year. The motion was introduced by MP Don Davies (Vancouver Kingsway) this morning in the House of Commons and calls on the government to meet an October 2018 deadline. “I’m pleased to […]