Imp Group Collective Agreement

The agreement includes salary increases each year of the agreement (2 per cent, 2.25 per cent and 2.5 per cent) as well as wage scale increases and a fifth week off. One of the group`s main concerns was the Mobile Repair Party (MRP) process. Historically, the MRP process was a voluntary process that has rarely been called into question. The new management of IMP Aerospace wanted to engage and get workers out of the plant all over the world. “We all intended to negotiate a collective agreement without entering into a conciliation, but the PMI would not give in,” said President Darlene McIvor. “Our members have presented a strong strike mandate that shows that we are closed and committed to improving our collective agreement.” “Our members have shown tremendous support for the negotiation efforts, which has really helped send a strong message to the employer that we are committed to reaching a new agreement that is fair to both parties,” said Al Rhyno, President of Unifor Local 2215. For the PMI, it was clear that we were united and strong. Unifor Local 2215 represents the approximately 550 employees of the PMI. The majority of members work at the end of the year. Halifax Airport and performs maintenance and support work for military and commercial aircraft, both aircraft (fixed wings) and helicopters (rotating wings), including the Sea King and DND cormorant.

They also manufacture wirers for a number of projects at their Hammonds Plains site. A third group of electronics technicians is repairing and overhauling components at the Canadian Forces base in Shearwater Nova Scotia. The new agreement provides for wage increases in each year of four years, start-up allowance and shift work bonus. The agreement covers 420 full-time workers at the Hammonds Plains and Enfield sites, who work as aeronautical maintenance technicians and mechanics, cable installers, electronics, energy engineers, aircraft painters, NDT technicians (non-destructive tests) and quality assurance agents. President of the Yukon New Democratic Party in the legislative branch. Montreal Airports – (professional and clerical) . All Nations` Healing Hospital Inc. (formerly Fort Qu`Appelle Indian Hospital Inc.) ATCO Frontec – 15 Wing Moose Jaw, CFB Maintenance – Operational Support . British Columbia Corps of Commissionaires, Seal Cove Coast Guard Base South Shore Transition House Association (Harbour House) “The strike vote went beyond what our members considered a disrespectful offer from the company,” said Chad Johnston, National Representative.

“During the audit, the company found that the workers were ready to defend themselves and defend themselves against each other.” IMP Aerospace employees in Nova Scotia, members of Unifor Local 2215, entered into a new three-year contract with the employer following a series of negotiations that resulted in conciliation. . University of Western Ontario (Postdoctoral Association) Serco Facilities Management Inc. Goose Bay (All employees) “Our members strongly rejected the company`s previous offer and were ready to hit the picket line on Friday morning,” said Linda MacNeil, Atlantic Regional Director. “A strike is the last resort, which is why they are pleased that the company has thought about it and come back with a more reasonable offer.” Employees of non-public funds, CFB Suffield, Alberta.