Aramark VCHA bargaining committee reviews vote results and next steps
The bargaining committee will meet on June 4 to review and discuss the key issues that members raised throughout the ratification process. This includes challenges with the locations and times of ratification meetings.
It is important for members to know that Aramark has confirmed that they will return to the bargaining table.
All votes were counted and announced on May 26. Members working for Compass in the Vancouver Island Health Authority also voted to reject the terms of settlement. Their bargaining committee will review members’ concerns, with the goal of reaching a negotiated settlement.
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A message for members on access to bargaining news
Members have recently raised concerns about the distribution of comprehensive reports and other bargaining information. The union takes these issues seriously and places a high priority on member communications.
Work is being done to determine why bargaining information did not reach all members as planned, and how improvements can be made as bargaining goes forward.