Town Of Comox Collective Agreement

If you have any questions about your tariff fees, please contact your trusted agent. “We are pleased to have a new contract and believe that the agreement reached strikes the right balance between the needs of both parties,” said Mayor Paul Ives. “I also want to acknowledge the efforts of staff to provide our many urban services that help make Comox the best place to live, work and play.” The collective agreement was approved by the Board and ratified by the members. The City of Comox and CUPE Local 556 members have ratified a five-year collective agreement that replaces the previous contract, which expired in March 2016. The agreement provides for wage increases of 2% per year per year and minor performance improvements. CUPE Local 556 represents about fifty employees who offer the city of Comox a wide range of municipal services for the inhabitants and businesses of Comox. Here are links to vacancy notices in each unit: Ville courtenay “Both parties worked diligently on proposals so that we could get an agreement that was good for Comox`s members, city, residents and businesses,” says Janice Wright, CupE 556 Comox Unit Vice President. CUPE 556 members are proud of the quality public services they provide to Comox and we look forward to continuing to deliver these community services.” .

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