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“Under the current collective agreement, the employer is prohibited from contracting out our work as a result of layoffs,” said Craig Hannah, president of CUPE Local 1975.
“We understand the university is in a tough financial spot, but it is important to remember that this is a direct result of the provincial government’s austerity budget,” said Hannah.
November 9 Food Services Election November 9 Grounds and Herdsmen November 14 Trades Steam Plant Kineseology Election November 15 Technicians Security and Stores November 16 Clerical Assistants 2017 election November 17 Library election Caretaker & BST Elections 2017 To date the Union has not received a decision from the Arbitrator.
We were hoping we would have a decision by the November 14th, however, we have not heard back from the arbitrator to indicate this.
“The government reversed its funding cuts to libraries, and I hope it will come to its senses and restore funding to our province’s world recognized post-secondary institutions.” CUPE Local 1975 represents 2,000 workers at the University of Saskatchewan who work in food services, trades, security, clerical support, the library, grounds keeping and landscaping, and caretaking.
For more information, please contact: Tria Donaldson, CUPE communications representative, at 306.531.6247.
Please be advised that there will be no need for elections to be held November 27th for positions as Table Officers. (We thank you Donna for your years as Trustee on our CUPE Local 1975 Executive) EXTENDED ELECTIONS FOR VARIOUS GROUPS ON CAMPUS WILL TAKE PLACE SHORTLY.