CUPE


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CUPE

(ˈkjuːpɪ)
n acronym for
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) Canadian Union of Public Employees
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The City's current agreements with CUPE expire at the end of December.
The union's demands were centered around four key areas: 1) the creation of new, five-year teaching positions for long service contract faculty and the protection of rates of conversions from contract teaching into the tenure stream; 2) improvements to the overall funding packages offered to teaching and graduate assistants; 3) indexation of benefits to their 2005 levels to reflect growth in the union's membership; and 4) a two-year contract in order to join an effort by CUPE Ontario to coordinate bargaining for all locals in the sector.
We are pleased to enter into this partnership with CUPE and the Ministry of Health Regina Qu Appelle Health Region Vice President of Human Resources and Communications Mike Higgins said on behalf of the health regions.
Within the university sector, CUPE 3903 is a local that stands out.
CUPE represents approximately 6,800 flight attendants whose collective agreement expired on 31 March 2011.
CUPE Ontario, YWCA Toronto, OPSEU, YWCA Durham, UNITE
The tentative agreement has been reached after almost nine months of negotiation and has ended the threat of strike action by the 1,500 Air Transat flight attendants represented by CUPE.
Union president Mike Guraliuk said that CUPE members stood together to make it clear they were serious about the issues on the bargaining table.
CUPE said that Air Transat flight attendants could start a strike at any time after 19 July, however union representatives hope to avoid a labour dispute by negotiating an agreement when new bargaining sessions take place next Tuesday and Thursday.
For a while it looked like the 2007 CUPE national convention was going to be a placid affair.
As per Annaliese Hunt with CUPE 7000, Not once we were at the Labour Relations Board.
Three unions representing workers of Air Canada, the CAW, CUPE and the IAMAW, on Monday said they have issued a joint statement calling on the carrier to halt attack on its workers' pension plan.