Over the past decade, the majority of B.C public unions have experienced wage increases below the rate of inflation, many of which have been . C during the last term of the Liberal government. The collective agreement of B.C. doctors also expires. The union did not disclose the exact details of the interim agreement or the reasons why it was rejected. „This was not our experience in collective bargaining in the public sector… We know that sometimes there are restrictions on money, so there is a reality that needs to be addressed. But honest and honest and fair trials will lead to agreement and, hopefully, improvements for public servants,“ she said. „We are committed to continuing to work with IBEW management on an agreement,“ said BC Hydro. McKay, however, said in an earlier statement that the union had achieved „significant improvements in the language of the contract as well as performance gains in a three-year contract.“ The union representing BC Hydro`s electricity workers refused a preliminary agreement with municipal services, opening the door to possible work steps. In its three-year fiscal forecasts in the 2018 budget, the government had no explicit contingency for additional spending from collective agreements. But they wrote that „the cost of ratified collective agreements will be reflected in the 2019 budget.“ „Wages have been falling behind for a lot of public servants in the province, so yes, I think people are going to look for pay increases.“ Saturday, the president of the teachers` union.
C, Glen Hansman, the first president of a public sector union in B.C. said this year that he would soon try to increase the salaries of its members. Global News sought the advice of McKay and the union. The union represents more than 2,000 BC Hydro artisans who have been out of contract since the beginning of April 2019. BC Hydro provides electricity to stimulate economic growth in British Columbia. Its main activities are the production and distribution of electricity. MoveUP has represented employees at BC Hydro since 1962 and since 1955 with its predecessor The BC Electric Company. In 2002, BC outsourced Hydro services, which are located outside of the main electricity generation and supply business. As a result, one-third of our BC Hydro members have moved from BC Hydro to ABSBC effective April 1, 2003. READ MORE: B.C.
Teachers reject the Ombudsman`s recommendations for managing contracts with the employer teacher shortage, the upcoming negotiations on topics on the annual B.C. Teachers` Association meeting „You want workers to receive a little more money, but if the government makes an exception for one group, there are a dozen others behind them who say they should have an exception.“ McKay did not say what those next steps might be, but a union member who spoke to Global News on condition of anonymity said a strike could be possible. BC Hydro is putting outsourced work back into the utility at Accenture Business Services BC (ABSBC). This is the right step for our BC Hydro and ABSBC members and for the overall health and stability of the company. „Our members have sent a clear message and we will be speaking to our members in the coming days to discuss next steps,“ Doug McKay, the union`s director of business, said in a statement. The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 258 said they had counted the postal vote of members wednesday, and 63 percent of voters rejected the deal. „Expectations will be high among unionized workers because they have a friendlier government in Victoria, but that involves very high expenses, and it is a government that will be careful in this kind of thing.