The agreement was negotiated as part of the 2018 provincial framework agreement and now follows the standard framework for wage increases, three-year contracts and commitment to safety procedures. The union and the district met with a negotiator three times after support staff voted 95 per cent in favour of a strike on 17 October. The district`s initial offer was rejected in September by 93 percent of union members. The most significant complaints are that support staff were the lowest paid neighbourhood, with an average of $3 to $5 per hour, and that they received one-third of the paid sick days that most school districts received. RELATED: Abbotsford School Support Staff votes 95 percent for the RELATED strike: Support employees vote to accept the final offer from Abbotsford District School The collective agreement Details of the new collective agreement have not yet been released. The Teamsters Local 31 union, which represents more than 800 animators in the county, voted on November 25 after a six-time meeting with the county and an 83 percent negotiator in favor of accepting the district`s final offer. The new contract runs for three years and expires in July 2022, two years less than the previous contract. According to a December 3 district staff report, it was agreed to increase wages by 2%, increase sick days and adapt the « work-banding » regime. Members of the Teamsters Local 31 union voted on November 25 in favor of the district`s final offer for a new collective agreement, according to Kayla Stuckart, the district`s communications officer. The union voted 95 per cent in favour of a strike on 17 October and rejected the district`s initial offer in September. The first details of the new collective agreement between the Abbotsford School District and its officials have been released.
Parents can simply rest, there will be no strike by the abbotsford School District instructors . . . . Office workers, bus drivers, librarians, education assistants, caregivers and caregivers are all represented by the Teamsters. Highlights include two percent pay cut, more sick days and a three-year contract date « Formal approval by the Board of Education and BCPSEA (B.C. Public School Employers Association) will follow in the coming days, » Stuckart said in an email. SD 27 Cariboo-Chilcotin IUOE 959 Collective Agreement The school board for the Abbotsford School District in 2018. .
. . SD 93 The French School Board of the British Columbia CUPE 4227 Collective Agreement CUPE 4227 Collective Agreement (French version) . . SD 73 Kamloops/Thompson CUPE 3500 Collective Agreement . SD 5 Southeast Kootenay CUPE 4165 Collective Agreement . . SD 35 Langley CUPE 1260 CupE Collective Agreement 1851 Collective Agreement SD 39 Vancouver Trades Council Collective Agreement CUPE 407 Collective Agreement CUPE 15 Collective Agreement IUOE 963 Collective Agreement No details yet specifics of new deal, approval by board of education and BCSPEA ED 78 Fraser-Cascade CMAW 2423 Collective Agreement . . .
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