Aeroplan Collective Agreement

Under the previous contract, employees hired after 2016 were paid less. These members will see a salary increase of about 60% during the collective agreement. “Congratulations to Aeroplan members and the negotiating committee who have maintained their commitment to reaching a fair agreement that meets the needs and skills of our members. Workers who did the same work should receive adequate compensation, and this agreement is a way to eliminate two-tier wage structures across the industry,” said Euila Leonard, President of Unifor Local in 2002. The five-year collective agreement provides for wage increases, benefits, improved provisions for work engagement and a better part-time holiday language. Any public stimulus package must invalidate all conditions of free trade and investment agreements that prohibit governments from obtaining equipment and services that Canadian businesses place on others, as governments in a state of emergency are exempt from these clauses. We need to maximize the long-term value of government stimulus plans by ensuring that as many Canadians as possible benefit from them. Please do not miss the registration again for home work. It should be in your Aeronet email field. The Cews will not be extended, so each of you who is there must apply if you want to participate in work from home.

We have repeatedly asked the company to increase the number of WFH officers, but have so far disagreed. Dead Line is Friday, May 29. Unifor Local 2002 receives applications for aeroplan Vancouver- EAP Representative. This position is a negotiating position in the collective agreement between Unifor Local 2002 and Aeroplan. The EAP program provides professional assistance to employees seeking assistance to address challenges they may face. TORONTO – About 400 Aeroplan employees have ratified a collective agreement that standardizes the salaries of newly acquired loyalty program employees. TORONTO – Unifor Aeroplan members have ratified a groundbreaking collective agreement that shows that low wages are not a necessary feature of work in the service economy. Unifor Local 2002 pays tribute to Pink Shirt Day and supports the pioneering work of young people working together against moral harassment.

Pink Shirt Day began in Berwick, Nova Scotia, in 2007, when David Shepherd, Travis Price and a large group of students decided to defend their colleague, who was harassed for wearing a pink shirt. In solidarity, she and many students came to school the next day in pink shirts. Unifor Local 2002 members working for Aeroplan voted for a new collective agreement… Message from the Unifor Local 2002 Elections Committee Love Unifor Local 2002 members, No one could have foreseen the devastating effects that COVID-19 would have on the global aviation industry, let alone our daily lives. For many of us, the continuing economic impact near us has affected our jobs and our families. Many of our members are in a state of redundancy, while several units are completely closed in our restaurant, so many of us are thinking about what the future will bring us. In other cases, the pandemic has resulted in business reductions in our workplaces, resulting in reduced working hours and wages. With the pandemic rapidly sweeping across Canada, Unifor National (Local`s governing body 2002) extended the current mandate of the Local Executive Board in 2002. This was the right thing to do in the midst of the unfolding global crisis. Now, months later, we are still not unscathed from the pandemic.

Many of our members remain unemployed, the economy is gradually recovering and COVID-19 remains a serious health threat. However, we see signs that Canada is flattening the curve and that COVID-19 cases are fading in many provinces. TRIENNIAL ELECTIONS The regular three-year election cycle is scheduled this fall for district presidents, vice-presidents and health and safety representatives. These are the elections that take place every three years.