Wages, benefits to dominate June contract talks with Amica
As bargaining for a second contract moves into June, for
members working at Douglas House in Victoria,
She also says the union bargaining committee’s latest proposal emphasizes the need to raise the low wages currently paid to dietary workers, who were brought into the bargaining unit in mid-contract.
Negotiations cover approximately 60 Douglas House members who provide care, reception, housekeeping, activity, dietary and maintenance services.
The next bargaining sessions are scheduled for June 26 and 27.Your union bargaining committee members are Kelly Quesnel and Maribel Wood, as well as