D2 Education Services fails to respond to union’s bargaining proposals
When the two parties met on June 12 and 13 – almost eight weeks later – the bargaining committee expected a reply to those proposals from the employer. Instead, the employer took the position that they were only willing to discuss specific areas of concern that workers may have.
date, this employer has not provided the union with a requested copy of what
those current practices are,” explains
“It’s simply not acceptable for this employer to refuse to discuss any collective agreement language relating to such items as a grievance procedure, hours of work, scheduling, job posting language, occupational health and safety or seniority language.”
A membership meeting to discuss these and other issues is being held on Friday, June 20.
seeking more information should talk to local bargaining committee members Suk
Thind at Evergreen Cottages, Tammy Yochim at Bear Creek Lodge, or call