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NBCHU CUPE LOCAL 1252 Bargaining Newsletter - February 2020

pdf iconNBCHU CUPE LOCAL 1252 Bargaining Newsletter - February 2020 (PDF - 105 KB)

Sisters and Brothers:

Your bargaining committee has been meeting with the employer to ratify a tentative agreement since June 2019. During this period, we worked through most language proposals and moved forward to our monetary package exchange in January 2020.

Your bargaining committee met with the employer representatives on February 12th, 2020, at which time we responded verbally to the employer’s monetary package that was presented in January 2020.

Read more: NBCHU CUPE LOCAL 1252 Bargaining Newsletter - February 2020

NBCHU CUPE LOCAL 1252 BARGAINING NEWSLETTER - November 2019

Sisters and Brothers:

Your bargaining team met with the government bargaining team on November 19, 20, 21st.  During this period, we continue to work on housekeeping issues and have dates booked to meet in December to continue the process.  We ask that you attend your Local Union meetings as we move forward for up to date information and the vital role the membership have.

Thank you for your cooperation and commitment to your Union.

In Solidarity,
The NBCHU CUPE Local 1252 Bargaining Team

NBCHU CUPE LOCAL 1252 BARGAINING NEWSLETTER - August 2019

Sisters and Brothers:
 
Your bargaining team met with the government bargaining team on July 23rd, 24th, and 25th.  During this period, we continue to work on housekeeping issues and have dates booked to meet at the end of August to continue the process.
 
Thank you for your cooperation and commitment to your Union.
 
In Solidarity,
The NBCHU CUPE Local 1252 Bargaining Team

NB and PEI Labour Day Activities 2019

pdf iconLabour Day Events 2019 English (DPF - 131 KB)

NBCHU CUPE LOCAL 1252 BARGAINING NEWSLETTER

Sisters and Brothers:

Your bargaining team met with the government bargaining team on June 25th and 26th. During this period, we worked on housekeeping issues and have dates booked to meet in July to continue the process.

Thank you for your cooperation and commitment to your Union.

 In Solidarity
The NBCHU CUPE Local 1252 Bargaining Team

pdfNBCHU CUPE LOCAL 1252 BARGAINING NEWSLETTER JUNE 2019 (PDF - 128 KB)

CUPE 1252 Supporting NBCNHU

 2019 legislature

Read more: CUPE 1252 Supporting NBCNHU

Response Letter from the President

This letter is in response to a letter posted on the NBNU website which was very upsetting to our LPN’s, PCA’s and Paramedics in Healthcare.

After reading the letter I reached out to the President of NBNU, Paula Doucette to question her on the intent of this letter; where was this coming from and why. I want to convey her exact words to you, “this letter was in no way meant to be a divide and concur letter, they respect all healthcare classifications, it takes everyone to make the system function.”

Read more: Response Letter from the President

Message from the President

Now that I be had a minute to sit down and think about the day and this announcement, there is a few things I would like to say and a number of people I would like to thank.

Since 2012, NBCHU CUPE Local 1252 has been fighting against this file on several fronts.

I have been reading posts and comments thanking me for this outcome, however as President of CUPE 1252 I am not the sole reason this outcome has happened.   Am I part of it, absolutley, but without the membership having faith, trust, patience and being part of the campaign against Sodexo, the outcome may have been different.

Read more: Message from the President

Donation for May 2018 flood

A resolution was presented to the NEB today and was passed unanimously.

CUPE National are going to donate $20,000 to be split among six food banks in the regions most impacted by the devastating May 2018 flood.

BECAUSE:

  • Communities in New Brunswick are still recovering after being hit by the devastating flood. Thousands of citizens have seen their houses destroyed or partly destroyed by the water.
  • This money will go directly to food banks that have seen their stock depleted and who are struggling to restock their shelves.
  • CUPE believes it is its role to support the communities affected by such tragedies.

Brien Watson