City Of Quesnel Collective Agreement

Quesnel and CUPE 1050 announced that they had signed a four-year contract on Monday, November 2. The agreement will increase the salaries of public sector employees by more than seven per cent by 2024. “The Council pays tribute to the cooperation of the city management team and the Union`s negotiating team that led to this new collective agreement. In this uncertain time, obtaining four-year regulations provides wage stability for our unionized employees and greater budget security for our taxpayers,” said Mayor Bob Simpson. The city of Quesnel has ratified a four-year contract with the union representing the city`s workers. (File photo) The City of Quesnel and the CUPE 1050 bargaining unit have ratified the terms of a new four-year collective agreement. This agreement applies to workers inside and outside public works and municipal services, the Town Hall and the RCMP department. READ MORE: Quesnel`s ambassadors, who will be honoured on the City Council, will receive a 1.5 per cent increase in 2020 and a 2 per cent increase over the next three years of the agreement. The CUPE 1050-01 collective agreement has yet to be negotiated. This is primarily for recreational staff.

Do you have anything to add to this story or something else that we should talk about? E-mail: cassidy.dankochik@quesnelobserver.com the salaries of municipal employees will increase by 7.5 percent over the course of the agreement. . The term is four years, effective June 8, 2020, and expires on June 7, 2024. Wage growth is 7.5% over four years (1.5%, 2%, 2% and 2%). The agreement covers public works and municipal service workers, the town hall and the RCMP department. . “We are pleased with the agreement we have reached and look forward to the next four years,” said CUPE Local 1050 President of Christ McKee-Poitras. . .

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