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CUPE Local 1328 SSSS Negotiations Survey

Greetings Sisters and brothers,

Your Negotiation team would like your input for us to review. Some of the following issues may be bargained at a central or provincial table however, your input is still valuable to our team so we can make informed decisions for our members.

Please take a moment to complete the following survey, electronicly or In Print and return it to CUPE Local 1328’s office or fax 416-512-9869 by May 2nd for our team to analyze. We will discuss the results at an upcoming meeting in the future.

If you or your colleague have any difficulties completing the survey, please contact the union office at 416-512-9493. 

Your 2014 Negotiation team;

Jose Duarte 
President

Lena Morra
Vice President

Anson Blackburn, Rick Guglietti 

 

2104 SBESS Negotiations Survey

Greetings Brothers and Sisters,

In preparation for this year’s collective bargaining, your SBESS Negotiation Committee has met with the Ontario School Board Coordinating Committee (OSBCC). The OSBCC is exploring possibilities for a provincial central bargaining process and proposed language has been prepared should we move forward with this process.

Your input is needed regardless whether we bargain at provincial or local level.

During the last round of provincial bargaining, we were blocked from bringing forward local language due to the impact of Bill 115 despite the consistent and persistent efforts of your negotiations team. We therefore, feel it is very important for us to focus on our own and unique local issues for this round of bargaining.

Based on your previous submissions, your negotiations committee has prepared the survey attached.

We ask that you please take time to complete this survey online https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/sbess2014neg and/or print it and return it to the CUPE Local 1328 office by Friday April 11th, 2014.


Early preparation will demonstrate to our employer and the Government that we are united, organized and a strong force ready for this round of negotiations.

Thank you for your continued support.

Remember, together, anything is possible.

In Solidarity,

Your Bargaining Team

Jose Duarte – President & Daniela Venturin – Vice President

Patti Chapman
Ana Henriquez
Lina Naccarato
Patricia Roche

 

2104 OCT Negotiations Survey

Your OCT negotiation team has identified the following as ongoing and important issues for this round of negotiations. We are asking for and need your feedback on these items. We will incorporate your information and complete our negotiation documents to share with members via our regular bargaining updates posted on our website http://www.cupelocal1328.ca.

If you have suggestions on improvements to our local collective bargaining language please This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Please complete this survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/oct2014neg or Print by Friday April 11th 2014

 O.C.T. Negotiation Team:

Jose Duarte - President; Greg McKenna -Vice President;

Angela Di Pasquale – Secretary, Lina Di Rienzo- Secretary, Kathy Harding - Library Tech, Frances Stroud - Secretary

 

February 2014 General Membership Meeting

CUPE Local 1328

General Membership Meeting

At Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School

1515 Bloor Street West

Toronto, ON M6P 1A3

Thursday February 20th 6:00 PM

Agenda

  1. Regular Business
  2. 2014 Budget
  3. Motions
    1. That the Local send $1 / member to the CUPE Ontario Fight Back Fund
  4. Any other business
  5. Angel foundation 50/50 draw
   

Information from January 13th Bill 122 Press Conference

Information from today's Bill 122 Press Conference

   

SBESS Sectional Meeting

CUPE Local 1328

SBESS Sectional Meeting

January 23rd 2014

at St Timothy Elementary School

6:00 In the Library

AGENDA

Prayer
Regular Business Updates
New Business/Questions

50/50 Angel Foundation Draw

   

A deal's a deal: school boards must comply with the MOU! Take action!!!

Sisters and Brothers,

CUPE Local 1328 has been trying to work with our employer to have them apply our MOU the was we negotiated it. Many School boards across Ontario are in full compliance with the MOU and it's regulations. However, some employers have their own interpretation on the regulations and we have had many difficulties with our employer trying to get them on board with how the MOU is really supposed to read!

Go to: http://osbcc.cupevotes.ca Call on Premier Kathleen Wynne to instruct all Ontario school boards to abide by the MOU; fill in the form letter and submit it. If you are contacted by anyone from the Ministry or MPP then direct them to call our Union Office,

Sincerely,

Jose Duarte
President
CUPE Local 1328
416-512-9493

   

Join Us To Celebrate The Holiday Season

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Join Us To Celebrate The Holiday Season Click here to download the flyer

CUPE Local 1328 has partnered with CUPE Local 4400 and other Unions to bring this Holiday Celebration for our members to enjoy!

NO ADMISSION CHARGE - Parking not included

Where: Canadian National Exhibit (CNE)
210 Princes’ Blvd, Toronto
When: Sunday November 24th 2013
Time: 1 pm to 5 pm

The following events have been arranged:

15 RIDES


Skating is from 1-5 and so are the rides

TWO MOVIES: Two types of movies: one for pre-teens and one for teenagers

The movies will be shown at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.
The movies and times are:

1:15pm  Incredibles
3:15pm  Hunger Games

Better Living Centre, CNE: 1-5 pm
(Main Entrance)

SKATING at Ricoh Centre, CNE: 1-5 pm (Children under 12 must wear a helmet)

Members must register and please include the following for this event by:

This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Fax: 416-512-9869, Attention Social Committee

Member Name: ____________________________
Worksite:__________________________________
Email:____________________________________
Phone:___________________________________
Total number of family members attending
(maximum of 6):____

   

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