After nearly a month of voluntary mediation, HSAA workers now have a tentative agreement to vote on, one that doesn’t include the 5.36% wage rollbacks originally proposed by AHS.
Library workers in Redcliff, Alberta, have applied for union certification through the CUPE union.
Workers at a non-profit in Calgary have applied for union certification through the Teamsters union.
Earlier this week, the Alberta Labour Relations Board released their most recent New Applications Report. In the report are 3 new applications for union certifications in Alberta. The first application was submitted by Ironworkers Local 725 on 30 May 2022. They’re applying for union certification for a group of 5 general construction structural ironworkers who […]
An exclusive report, made possible through a collaboration between The Alberta Worker and Rank and File, as well as the contributions of many Lethbridge Starbucks workers.
Earlier this week, workers with the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees attended a rally in Taber regarding the lack of movement on collective bargaining by their employer, Good Samaritan. Good Samaritan Society, together with Good Samaritan Canada, provides care homes and programmes that serve over 7,000 individuals across Alberta and British Columbia. AUPE workers employed […]
In an email sent out last week, HSAA negotiators said that they’re moving to mediation after months of AHS refusing to change their position on massive wage rollbacks.
AHS chose the company that was already providing them with laundry services in Calgary and Edmonton.
In some of the rhetoric I see online regarding wildcat strikes, I see people referring to them as illegal. I wanted to talk about that usage.
Cutting salaries and cutting positions makes a bad economy worse, not better.