The Negotiating Team met with the Employer and Conciliator on the first day of Conciliation on Tuesday for nearly 15 hours, ending at almost midnight. Day 2 of Conciliation continued Wednesday and following another full day and night of bargaining until almost 4 AM, we failed to reach a deal. The Employer has failed to move on major concessions against pensions and bargaining rights. CUPE 2424 and the Conciliator have proposed another date for Conciliation with our commitment not to file a No Board, the next step toward job action. We await the Employer’s response.
Elections for Table Officers will take place on Monday, November 20, 2017 at noon in Residence Commons – 2nd floor.
There will be a Meet the Candidates Panel on Friday, November 10, 2017 at noon in ME 3380.
Click on the Elections page to view information about candidates and positions.
2424 members voted overwhelmingly to support the Negotiating Team up to and including strike action during the two-hour strike mandate vote on Monday, October 16.
Over 63% of the membership came to cast their vote with 93% voting in favour. The message is clear. We will not stand for major concessions.
We have scheduled a crucial strike mandate vote:
Monday, October 16
12:00 – 2:00 p.m.
3rd Floor, Residence Commons
Carleton has proposed major concessions that pose a serious risk to our futures. A strike mandate does not mean a strike but it is a vote of confidence that authorizes your Negotiating Team to take job action, if absolutely necessary. As negotiations continue, a strong strike mandate vote empowers your Negotiating Team and tells our Employer that we are united in protecting our rights and futures.
We strongly encourage members to attend one of the remaining bargaining information sessions in advance of this important vote.
Friday, October 13:
12 p.m. – 3380 MacKenzie
1 p.m. – 4494 MacKenzie
Bargaining Information Sessions have been scheduled for the following dates and times:
- 12-1 PM – Wednesday, October 4 (Dunton 2017)
- 12-1 PM – Thursday, October 5 (Ottawa Room – 110 Library)
- 4:30-5:30 PM – Thursday, October 5 (Paterson Hall 133)
- 12- 1 PM – Tuesday, October 10 (Senate Board Room – Robertson Hall 608)
- 12 – 1 PM – Friday, October 13 (Mackenzie 3380)
Topic will include:
- Collective Bargaining process
- Strike aversion
- Membership involvement and engagement
We hope to see you at one of these very important sessions.
CUPE 2424 and the Employer exchanged monetary proposals at the bargaining table on Wednesday, September 13. Due to the complexity and seriousness of proposed monetary concessions raised by the Employer, the CUPE 2424 Negotiating Team has decided to file for Conciliation.
Conciliation is a process whereby the Ministry of Labour will assign a conciliator to help both parties further navigate the bargaining process towards an agreement. The CUPE 2424 Negotiating Team is committed to continuing negotiations in the meantime while awaiting dates for Conciliation.
CUPE 2424 will continue to keep you informed with any important updates.
CUPE 2424’s annual BBQ is coming up on Wednesday, July 19 from 12pm to 1:30 in the QUAD (or 3rd-floor Tory lobby in the event of rain). Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on Wednesday, July 14 and include your preferred lunchtime.
Your attendance is even more important this year as bargaining is officially underway so come and show your support, mingle with friends, and enjoy a summer BBQ! After all, we are…
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Noon – 1:30 p.m.
University Centre Galleria
We are ready to start another round of bargaining! Come out, mingle with your fellow members, and show your support for the bargaining effort and your negotiating team.
GAMES – PRIZES – SOLIDARITY SPEECHES FROM CAMPUS UNIONS – AND CHOCOLATE FONDUE FOUNTAINS BECAUSE EVERYTHING IS “BETTER TOGETHER”…WITH CHOCOLATE!
Solidarity is sweet! We are…”Better Together”.
Please RSVP to email@example.com by noon on June 19th, 2017
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
March 20, 2017
11:00 to 1:00
Tory 360 (The Egg)
This meeting will outline the bargaining proposal document.
Please note that Article 22.10 of our Collective Agreement states “The Employer agrees to allow employees a two hour lunch break…to attend one meeting to approve bargaining proposals for the next round of bargaining”.
All 2424 Members are encouraged to attend.