Iuoe Collective Agreement Manitoba

Iuoe Collective Agreement Manitoba

Operating Engineers of Manitoba, Local 987 (OE987) represents members working in health care, HGV and crafts throughout Manitoba. Currently, we have 70 collective agreements that we have negotiated in the best interests of each of our members. Our company representatives are university-trained and specialize in industrial relations. As a result, we have a strong track record at the negotiating table and we have negotiated some of the best contracts in the province. We are proud to offer exemplary service to all our members, with 1 representative for every 500 members! If our members need help, our representatives can be reached by phone or email. They are dedicated to addressing the concerns of our members in a professional capacity and have experience in health and safety, good wages and fairness in the workplace. OE987 has always strived to find diversity in all the areas we represent. We are proud that 50% of our current members are Metis and Aboriginal peoples. We want to think about who we represent in the workplace, as shown by the ethnic diversity of our leaders and stewards shops.

Mgeu represents the staff of the office, library, technology and catering. The BuFA represents all academic and pedagogical staff, including laboratory professors, cartographers, advisors, professional librarians, continuing education specialists and all other staff directly involved in the teaching process, with the exception of deans. IUOE (A) represents engineers and energy associates. IUOE (D) represents cleaners, construction workers and horticulturists. Brandon University employs faculty, administration and support staff. The majority of regular employees are in certified collective agreement units, four of which are issued below. Brandon University also employs session professors and field experience supervisors and short-term staff. To access a list of seniors for the respective unions, click here. PSAC represents scientific assistants, student assistants, academic residency assistants, ambassadors, tutors and all other students. Organize: every worker has the right to belong to a union, to take advantage of what the unions have earned for the employees and to have a voice in the workplace.

We are proud to be an international union with our national headquarters in Ottawa, supported by the strength of 400,000 members across North America. With deep roots and a strong history, operating engineers are a closely connected family that supports each other in need.

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