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Save On Foods Collective Agreement

Voluntary training package [new extension]: Grid B employees with 4,000 or more employees during the 2008 collective agreement who are still employed by Grid B have the option of taking voluntary severance pay or obtaining a lump sum payment of $5,000 and maintaining employment [new increase]. A 120-month extension contract, which will take effect from April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2023, with a reopening on March 31, 2018, was decided in March 2013 during the negotiation phase. Negotiation duration – 2 months. With effect at 6 months before March 31, 2018, the parties are entitled to renegotiate all provisions of the current collective agreement, including salary increases and benefits. If no conclusion is reached, the dispute will be resolved by the final selection of interest rates for a binding solution. The arbitrator is not entitled to change the collective`s expiry date and each party may request additional full reopenings. Seniority: From the date the store completes the transition or january 1, 2015, depending on the date of the first, all employees will use their tenancy date as the seniority date for the purposes of the collective agreement [previously, employees had different dates]. United Food and Commercial Workers Canada (UFCW), Local 1518 Members working at 45 Save-On-Foods rentals across British Columbia, ratified on June 16 a new collective agreement that provides better job security and domestic violence. The negotiating committee continues to monitor food retail factors in Western Canada and how they will affect the Alberta market. In the meantime, not all the terms of the collective agreement will change until negotiations on a new agreement are concluded and ratified by accession.

The new agreement strengthens the quarterly audit language by limiting the number of existing branches that can be audited to a maximum of five existing branches in 2020, 2021 and 2022, without a quarterly audit in 2018 or 2019. This means a long-term improvement in job security – in addition to maintaining wages and benefits for members, according to the union. Immediately after the discovery that the premium would end, UFCW 1518 asked Save-On-Foods to reinstate the pandemic premium. Today, the union launched a letter campaign asking union members and members of the public to send a letter of support (ufcw1518.com/covid-19-save-on-foods) to Darrell Jones asking him to extend the pandemic premium. Other significant benefits of the contract are 17 branches that are removed from the quarterly audit and are again fully included in the collective agreement. combination of lump sum payments and extra-rewarding wage increases for A-rate employees and non-grid-A workers, For Network A employees who have been suspending operations for years, where these employees have gone below 1,450 hours of work and where all non-grid A workers move to a pay scale with an improved peak rate, and all non-grid A employees receive a pay increase after ratification, according to UFCW.

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