www.unifor.org/en/basic-health-and-safety-during-covid-19 In addition, for employees who need information about child care, we will provide you with the following topic and the following link: Information for workers in need of child care, www.saskatchewan.ca/government/health-care-administration-and-provider-resources/treatment-procedures-and-guidelines/emerging-public-health-issues/2019-novel-coronavirus/information-for-health-care-providers/information-for-workers-associated-with-the-pandemic-response-who-need-child-care www.unifor.org/en/covid-19-mental-health-guide He would not give details of the agreement, but confirmed that both parties have developed a return-to-work protocol. Due to new measures for COVID-19, he said some employees may need up-to-date training, but they will return to work next week. In a written statement sent Thursday morning, the union said it was working during negotiations to ensure that the return-to-work aspect of the agreement protects members from retaliation from Federated Co-operatives Limited. The refinery stated that the agreement is based on monetary aspects of its previous offer and a return-to-work agreement. Unifor said details of the agreement will not be published until Unifor 594 members vote for ratification. Unifor employees will return to work in the coming weeks in accordance with the new return-to-work contract. REGINA — After more than six months of labour dispute, the Co-op refinery has tentatively reached an agreement with Unifor Local 594. Local 1-S – e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 306-586-7271 The membership ratified e-treaty on Wednesday, December 3. On Monday, 594 Unifor Local members ratified a preliminary agreement with the Co-op Refining Complex (CRC), which was concluded last week. Bittman blamed Thursday`s rain for the small amount of trade unionists and the moderate reaction to his announcement, but said the deal provided some relief to workers who have been facing insecurity for the past six months.
He said what began with the fact that they were blocked by their employer, led to six trips to the bargaining table for him and even to death threats on the Internet. Directwest announced today that Unifor has voted to ratify a new collective agreement. Unifor ended the vote on October 28, 2019. The current collective agreement expired on March 19, which gave Directwest employees two years of zero for the years 2017-18 and 2018-19. The new agreement is valid for a three-year term, which expires on March 19, 2022. Unifor Local 112 members of the Hilton Garden Inn Toronto-Mississauga have their first collective agreement after weeks of intense www.unifor.org/en/take-action/campaigns/covid-19-information-resources?v=take_action Unifor has developed a section dedicated to Covid-19 on its National website.