08 Sep Abbotsford School District Collective Agreement
The union voted 95 percent in favor of a strike on October 17 and rejected the borough`s initial offer in September. LINK: Abbotsford school support staff vote 95 per cent in favour of strike The Teamsters Local 31 union, which represents more than 800 auxiliaries in the district, voted 83 per cent on Nov. 25 to accept the borough`s final offer after meeting six times with the district and a negotiator. LINK: Support employees vote to accept Abbotsford School District`s final offer for a collective agreement Details of the new collective agreement have not yet been released. The agreement was negotiated as part of the 2018 provincial framework agreement and now follows the standard framework for salary increases, the three-year duration of the contract and the obligation of safety procedures. The union and the borough met three times with a mediator after auxiliaries voted 95 percent in favor of a strike on October 17. The borough`s initial offer was rejected in September by 93 per cent of union members. Members of the Teamsters Local 31 union voted on Nov. 25 to accept the district`s final offer for a new collective agreement, according to Kayla Stuckart, the district`s communications manager.
The main dysfunctions are due to the fact that auxiliary staff were the lowest-paid neighborhood, averaging $3 to $5 per hour, and received one-third of the paid sick days received by most school districts. The new contract has a three-year term and expires in July 2022, two years less than the previous contract. According to a report by the District General Staff on 3 December, it was agreed to increase salaries by 2%, increase the number of sick days and adapt jobbanding. The first details of the new collective agreement between the Abbotsford School District and its auxiliaries have been released. SD 42 Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows CUPE 703 Collective Agreement SD 27 Cariboo-Chilcotin IUOE 959 Collective Agreement No details yet on details of the new agreement, approval by the Education Committee and BCSPEA SD 44 North Vancouver CUPE 389 collective agreement. . SD 68 Nanaimo-Ladysmith CUPE 606 Collective Agreement Highlights include two percent late pay, more sick days and a three-year contract period office workers, bus drivers, librarians, educational assistants, youth workers, maintenance workers and monitors are all represented by the teamsters. SD 93 Le Conseil Scolaire Francophone de la Columbi-Britannique CUPE 4227 Collective agreement (English version) CUPE 4227 Collective agreement (French version) SD 59 Peace River South CUPE 4992 Collective agreement Teamsters 31 Collective agreement BCGEU SD 23 Central Okanagan CUPE 3523. . .