Loomis Express Collective Agreement

December 12th, 2020| Posted by admin
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CAW Canada`s bargaining units represent approximately 1,400 Loomis Express employees, including owners, drivers and shoppers in British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario and Nova Scotia. Previous collective agreements expired on March 31, 2013. OTTAWA, June 25, 2013 /CNW/ – Today, Canadian Labour Minister Lisa Raitt Der Loomis Express (Canada) Ltd. and the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW Canada) congratulated the ratification of eight new collective agreements. “Our new collective agreement is a fair reflection of the significant contribution of Unifor members to the success of Loomis Express,” said Todd Romanow, Unifor`s National Representative. These agreements were concluded with the support of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) of the work program. The CMF provides dispute resolution and prevention assistance to unions and employers under the jurisdiction of the Canadian Labour Code. An interim agreement ratified by Unifor members at Loomis Express on May 1. Vancouver – An interim agreement ratified by Unifor members at Loomis Express on May 1 at a series of meetings across the country this week. Stay up-to-date on what is happening at Unifor and how the union is improving the lives of all workers in Canada. Subscribe to our Uniforum e-newsletter. .

For more information, please contact Unifor Communications Representative Ian Boyko at ian.boyko@unifor.org or 778-903-6549 (cell). Human Resources and Skills Development Canada The new four-year contract includes a 10 per cent pay increase, other monetary policy benefits and an increase in pensions. Unifor also managed to negotiate additional sick days, eight female lawyer positions and eliminated the ability to give work, according to the union. “I am pleased to hear that the parties have successfully resolved their differences and provide a stable and productive work environment,” said Minister Raitt. “Cooperative labour management relationships benefit the economic prosperity and security of Canadians.” Unifor represents 1,600 employees at Loomis Express. Membership includes hourly drivers, owners, call centre employees, office workers and shoppers.

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