If you have any questions or concerns, please call our office at 403-269-5333 or email email@example.com “I think, especially given the economy as it is, especially in the face of the huge unemployment in the city, I think it`s fair to ask city employees to come to the table and take a look at making some of the sacrifices that both families and businesses have been forced to make,” he said. “Are city employees the enemy? Of course, they are not enemies, but they are also part of the solution. If they don`t choose to be the solution, then, of course, we will have conflicts,” he said. These are not considered “legal” copies of contracts/agreements. If you need additional information or a signed copy, send an email or call Labour Relations at 403-268-2236. “I don`t think it`s a fair issue to negotiate a collective agreement,” he said. “They know it`s actually against the law to just resign, so they come up with a question, but they also talk about making contracts and there will be job losses. READ MORE: Calgary City Councillors Call for Wage Cuts at City Hall Amid $70 Million Budget Deficit Calgary City Council overwhelmingly voted in favor of a request to formally ask unionized city employees to voluntarily take a wage freeze or wage cut of up to five per cent. Station 11 Coun.
Jeromy Farkas, who filed the notice of application with four others, said council was “against the wall” and that if a wage freeze was agreed, it could help the city avoid laying off workers. “Whether we go back or make concessions or whatever, it doesn`t guarantee layoffs, no job losses,” he said. READ: City Council wants Calgary union employees to agree to wage freeze Cyril Wilson, president of CUPE Local 37, said the request to backtrack was worrisome. The city council cannot impose a wage freeze or reduction by law, but most city councillors believe that, given the current financial situation, it is worth asking the unions to give up the increase. Contract expiring 2021 January 3 Fleet Services Integration Agreement Tool List 2018-2021 Please note that the DE CUPE Local 37 office is currently closed to public access or walk-ins due to COVID 19 virus concerns. Full-time staff and clerically staff work from the office. Therefore, if our members need a meeting with one of the full-time managers, you should call the union room or send an email to arrange a phone meeting or time for a personal meeting, in compliance with all COVID 19 restrictions. . .