CUPE


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CUPE

(ˈkjuːpɪ)
n acronym for
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) Canadian Union of Public Employees
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Reconciliation and renewed relationships are "just pretty words," said Dawn Bellerose, the Aboriginal representative on the board of CUPE.
The latter was in a weakened position, having lost a portion of its membership to partial solid waste outsourcing and having been under trusteeship by CUPE National during negotiations.
The three agreements made up CUPE Local 5100's collective agreement in effect from Sept.
Graham said CUPE's role was to help employers create inclusive workplaces.
He maintained close contact with CUPE up to the end, sending CUPE National President Paul Moist about 20 emails urging action on various causes in the few months prior to his death.
PORTSMOUTH manager Paul Hart was not just relieved but delighted with his side's 3-1 win over Carlisle in the Carling Cupe.
8, PWRDF staff voted 13 in favour and four against to become part of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE).
Libraries are closed, with unionized workers from CUPE 319 looking for pay equity, improvements for part-time and auxiliary workers, job security and health benefits.
The move was widely criticized by city councillors and union officials, including Henri Giroux, president of the North Bay District Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Council.
CUPE, CAW, CLC and CUPW all have coverage of such surgery written into their benefits package.