Imperial Oil Collective Agreement

In 2016, Unifor negotiated a model agreement for the energy and chemical sectors. The Nanticoke agreement will be consistent with the detailed results of the model agreement. Nanticoke – Unifor`s bargaining committee, which represents workers at the Nanticoke Imperial Oil plant, has entered into a preliminary collective agreement with the employer. Local 900 represents 169 people working in service, laboratory, maintenance equipment and electrical. The members of the commune will vote on the provisional agreement on Thursday 18 May. The current collective agreement expired more than a year ago and negotiations have been on and running since March 2016. EDMONTON, May 25, 2017 /CNW/ – Unifor Local 21-A members voted to ratify a new three-year collective agreement with Imperial Oil at its Strathcona site. “For this agreement, it was important to recognize the significant contribution of Unifor members to the success of the Nanticoke Imperial Institution,” said Keith Punchak, President of Unifor Local 900. . “In many Alberta municipalities, energy jobs are the engine of the economy. It is important to pay these communities dividends in the form of fair wages and social benefits,” said Joie Warnock, Regional Director of Unifor Western.

. Unifor cautiously optimistic about the federal net zero emission plan… For more information, please contact Unifor Communications Representative Ian Boyko at or 778-903-6549 (cell). “This was a difficult round of negotiations, but our negotiating committee insisted on an agreement they can be proud of,” said Jerry Dias, president of Unifor National. The local 21-A represents 205 workers who are refining, maintenance and packaging workers. . Unifor is Canada`s largest private sector union and represents 315,000 workers in all major sectors of the economy. The union defends all workers and their rights, fights for equality and social justice in Canada and abroad, and… The new contract is consistent with Unifor`s national energy bargaining model and provides for wage increases of 2% in the second year and 2.5% in the third year. Workers also benefit from paid training leave, an increase in the safety shoe allowance and an increase in the steam ticket premium.

. – I am very proud of the negotiating team`s ability to provide us with a fair agreement that is consistent with Unifor`s industry model,” said Dan Valente, Unifor National Representative. “It wasn`t easy, but we achieved our main goals.” Canada`s budget update indicates a future economic recovery,… Unifor is Canada`s largest private sector union and represents more than 310,000 workers. It was created on Labour Day 2013, when the Canadian Auto Workers and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers unions merged. . Unifor asks for additional transit security to force the mask….