Aupe Gss Collective Agreements

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AUPE awards two members per month with the Spotlight Award until the 2021 Convention. To name your collaborators, go to aupe.org/YACspotlight AUPE originated in the Alberta Civil Service Association, founded in 1919 to represent “civilian bailiffs,” as direct employees of the Alberta government were known at the time. In 1977, it became a legal association with the power to bargain collectively. AUPE invited Albertans to sign letters to their members of the Legislature saying they wanted legislation to pass new laws guaranteeing the right of all workers to fair and complete collective bargaining. The deadline for applications is December 8, 2020 at 4 p.m. Apply here: www.aupe.org/…/financial…/bursaries-and-scholarships The years 1997 to 2006 were transformed aUPE. While membership continued to decline in the early years of the decade, the framework conditions were finally reversed. A booming economy, facing a labour shortage, has improved the climate of organization and negotiation. AUPE has folded its collective muscles into illegal but effective work operations and has begun to gather an unprecedented number of new members through mergers and organization. however, www.aupe.org/news-and-publications/memoriam decisions of the Convention still needed to be approved by the government, as the union operated under the Corporations Act. That changed on November 17, 1977, when the AUPE met to exchange its status for a union without a union. All aspects of the CSA have been transferred to the new union.

On May 18, 1977, the Public Service Employee Relations Act (PSERA) obtained the royal agreement that AUPE granted to bargaining rights for each group of workers for whom it had a collective agreement. These agreements were ratified at the union`s second meeting at the Palliser Hotel in Calgary. In 1997, AUPE recovered the rear and concluded 79 agreements for 30,000 members. In March 1998, members of the University of Alberta Hospital and Glenrose Hospital in Edmonton gave up work for six hours – enough to win a colony. In early 2000, Edmonon`s care assistants went on strike for two days and reached a significant agreement. Further successes followed and, although AUPE faced fines and tax freezes for its defences, its financial situation improved. Are you looking for your collective agreement or the last minutes of the meeting? Browse the list of downloadable documents. AUPE remains active in the labour and provincial movement in Alberta. In the fall of 2007, she ran a major campaign to lobby for changes to Alberta`s labour laws that prohibit strikes by most AUPE members. Despite these prohibitions, AUPE members have repeatedly engaged in illegal strikes to speed up their collective agreement claims. Sign up to view your personalized contact list and collective agreements, view your affiliate profile and update it. The government took advantage of the weakened state of the AUPE and opened negotiations in 1994 by announcing 5% flat-rate cuts to the public service, as well as government-dependent boards and agencies for funding.

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