AUPE awards two members per month with the Spotlight Award until the 2021 Convention. To name your staff, go aupe.org/YACspotlight After a year and a half of negotiations, we have reached a preliminary agreement with AHS, which we recommend as a membership negotiation team, so that a deadline of 8 December 2020 is until 16:00. Apply here: www.aupe.org/…/financial…/bursaries-and-scholarships you log in to view and update your personalized contact and collective agreement list and membership profile. Are you looking for your collective agreement or the last minutes of the meeting? Browse the list of downloadable documents. This seems to be a fairly normal union agreement. On the other hand, we could be like the United Kingdom and lay off a large part of our unionized employees for less skilled free market workers. It only has the effect that hospital staff work harder for less money and have negative effects on patients` health. But it`s cheaper! www.aupe.org/news-and-publications/memoriam I haven`t exhausted my salary yet. It`s going to happen in Grade 9, where I`m going to make almost $110,000. This does not include all the benefits paid by employers and, until then, we will have another collective agreement that will increase that maximum salary (and therefore my maximum salary). So here`s the only restriction, once I get Grade 9, the only pay increases I`ll get will come from the annual increases that the unions are talking about. Currently, members of my union receive 1% per year (plus a $1,000 package).
After year 9, I will have reached my increases of steps to the maximum, the incentive to stay will be on leave (5 days for every 5 years), I currently have 4 weeks off. Do I need these annual increases? Perhaps we should increase the cost of living, but not the 2 to 5% increases we have received in the past. Why when we`re bankrupt, is this the first thing all unionized workers do? What about the lowest corporate tax rate in the provinces? What about an increase in royalties? What about the GWG`s small wage cut, which is less than the increase they had given themselves a few years ago? Note: Documents displayed with an icon require you to sign in with your AUPE member account to view it. “When the union complains about part-time care centres, they are separated from their employees who are applying for part-time employment.” To understand the true cost of a unionized worker, I will give you a breakdown of my salary and all the other employer benefits of my last year (taken from the last cheque, the salary is a little different, only because of these increases during the salary year). . Just a reminder that Kenney, although he will use phrases like “personal freedom” to justify his lack of reaction to COVID-19, is quite willing to limit Albertan`s freedom to support his donors. . We are saddened to learn of the death of Michael Kennedy, a retired activist, and to offer our condolences to his partner Della Letnes and his children. . Nurses are not even in the top 15%. Alberta`s richest 20% of households earn an average income of 291,260 $US. I agree that the highest 5% -10% should be ready to hit the mark, because they are not nurses who should be left alone with all the other public services.
Look at all the other governments in Alberta employment package rates, it`s not like nurses` salaries are exactly out of line. www.lakelandtoday.ca/…/policing-changes-will-affect… However, if you have high anxiety or vulnerability in your workplace due to COVID-19 (or other reasons), call the AUPE Crisis Support Service at 1-844-744-7026.