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Sasktel Unifor Collective Agreement

The Water Security Agency also gets a six-year deal with a freeze in years 1 and 2, a 1 percent increase in years 3 and 4, and two percent increases for the remaining two years. ”We are very pleased that employees represented by Unifor voted to ratify their respective agreements,” Finance Minister Donna Harpauer said in a statement. ”We believe the agreements are fair and equitable and provide long-term stability for both employees and Crown businesses and agencies. Thank you to the management and union teams for their hard work and commitment throughout the process. Directwest announced today that Unifor has voted to ratify a new collective agreement. He said all the agreements contain the same mandate of the government with regard to wages and keep wage increases over the duration of the agreements at five percent. ”We are delighted that Unifor members have ratified this agreement and I would like to commend the professionalism and hard work of all management and unions involved in the negotiations,” said John Meldrum, SecurTek`s current president. ”This new three-year agreement allows us to continue to work successfully in the highly competitive security screening industry.” For more information, please contact Unifor Communications Representative Ian Boyko at or 778-903-6549 cell. The union, which represents thousands of Crown workers in Saskatchewan, has ratified new collective agreements. The agreements that were ratified this week after several weeks of voting in municipalities across Saskatchewan retain wage increases for the 5 per cent prescribed by the government over the life of the agreements.

SecurTek and DirectWest, both subsidiaries of SaskTel, signed their own contracts at the end of October. Local 1-S – Email or call 306-586-7271 ”As the agreements were different, we were also able to negotiate various performance improvements or improvements to the collective agreements of the different [crowns],” Doherty said. . . .


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