WHY WOULD THE LOCAL 1611 BE USEFUL TO ME? If you join Local 1611, you benefit from the protection of a legally binding contract, known as a collective agreement negotiated by the Union and voted on by you and your employees. As a member of the Union, you and your employees are better able to negotiate on an equal footing with your employer and protect your interests while you negotiate your wages, benefits, pension contributions, employer policies, schedules, schedules, job security and a host of other conditions covered by the collective agreement. DOES IT WELCOME 1611 NEW MEMBERS? Yes, the Union is always looking for new interested and qualified people to join our team. Renewal contract: effective May 1, 2019 to April 30, 2023. Signed May 1, 2019. HOW TO JOIN ICH? Click here to join online today. Complete your application in your local Liuna local office 1611. Call our HOTLINE CONFIDENTIAL 604-538-6928. You can download the agreements via the links below: WHY CAN I CONNECTER LIUNA LOCAL 1611? The best wages and conditions are acquired in workplaces where membership is high in the EU. The reason is that you are always in a stronger trading position when you are united and trading as a group. Unions set a standard branch salary. WHAT DOES MY UNION PAY? Local 1611 works almost exclusively with membership fees. The fees are used to represent members in the negotiation of strong contracts, enforce contractual rights, organize new members to improve bargaining power in existing workplaces, provide training and training of members, lobby the government on legislation on the protection and extension of workers` rights in the workplace, to inform members through EU newsletters and publications, for the maintenance of this website, on social websites and on the representation of WorkSafe, EI- and CPP topics, to name but a few.
The Social Services Community (CSSBA) and CSSEA are pleased to announce that the “Community Living Services,” “General Services” and “Indigenous Services” collective agreements are now available. Local 1611 Healthcare Sector represents AXIS Family Resources workers throughout British Columbia. Members who work for AXIS, an agency that provides community-based social services, are dedicated and dedicated to the people they serve. These caring professionals strengthen their communities and their work touches many lives. Local 1611 is proud to work with these workers and support them in their valuable commitment to the community. Jobs listed among The Construction Industry Alliance (CIATU) unions include: BC and Yukon Territory Buildings and Construction Trades Council; BC Construction renovation plan; BC Labourers pensions; Union of Construction And Skilled Workers Local 1611, Vancouver; Union of Construction And Skilled Workers Local 1611, Victoria; Construction Work and Skilled Workers BC Medical and Performance Plan; training company for construction workers and skilled workers; International Association of Bridge, Structural and Ornamental Iron Workers, Local No. 97; International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Local No. 118; International Brotherhood of Boiler Builders, Iron Builders, Blacksmiths, Blacksmiths and Auxiliaries, Local 359; International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local #2 BC; International Union of Elevator Constructors, Local Union No. 82; International Union of Operating Engineers Local 115; International Union of Operating Engineers Local 115 Training Association; International Union of Operating Engineers, Local No.
882; Committee for the Improvement of Iron Ore Trade c/o Local 97; Labour Employment Services; Metal Trades Division of the Union Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry of the United States and Canada, Local No.