Canadian Labour Reporter

September 3, 2018

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PM #40065782 Labour Reporter Canadian www.labour-reporter.com September 3, 2018 CEMENT PRODUCTION Lafarge Western Canada Edmonton (140 production workers, tradespersons) and the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (UBC), Local 2010 Renewal agreement: Effective June 1, 2017, to May 31, 2020. Signed on Oct. 24, 2017. Wage adjustments: Effective June 1, 2017: 0.75% Effective June 1, 2018: 0.75% Effective June 1, 2019: 2% Shift premium: $1.50 per hour Saskatchewan health-care worker grieves suspension, demotion AFTER SHE committed multiple infractions during different night shifts, a Swift Current, Sask., con- tinuing care assistant (CCA) was given a one-week suspension without pay. Shelby Campbell began work- ing at the Swift Current Care Cen- tre in February 2015. As part of the contract signed with the em- ployer, new CCA hires had to en- rol in a course to receive the CCA designation, if they didn't have it before being hired. The employees paid for the course (totalling $6,035) through New Brunswick college teacher fired after refusing to meet over summer Instructor troubled by 'social interactions' WHEN A Saint John, N.B., college teacher ig- nored orders from his superiors to meet with them while he was out camping, he was termi- nated for a "continuous pattern of disrespect and unwillingness to work cooperatively." The teacher in the engineering technology de- partment at the New Brunswick Community Col- lege (NBCC), identified as "D.M.," had worked for the institution since 2004. On May 30, 2013, he presented his employer with a doctor's note saying he would be off work until June 17, due to stress and high blood pres- sure, partially caused by three separate conflicts with colleagues. D.M. met with Bruce Martin, department head, ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Arbitration > pg 8 see Collective agreements > pg. 3 pg. 2 Agreement finally signed After four-month lockout, earlier deal rejected by employees, Hamilton, Ont., youth centre workers ratify deal Compass Group Canada/Marquise Hospitality — British Columbia pg. 3 Teck Coal (Cardinal River Operations) — Alberta pg. 3 Host International of Canada — Ontario pg. 4 City of Kingston — Ontario pg. 5 Newfoundland Liquor Corporation — Newfoundland and Labrador pg. 6 KBR Wabi — Alberta pg. 7 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Demotion > pg. 8 Photo: Google Street View 2 0 1 8 READERS' LABOUR RELATIONS TRAINING CHOICE irc.queensu.ca Mastering Fac t-Finding & Investigation, Nov. 6-9, 2018: Vic toria Building Internal Capacity To Effectively Deal with Workplace Complaints Strategies for Workplace Conflic ts, Oc t. 30-Nov. 1, 2018: Toronto Practical & Effective Conflict Resolution Skills for Managing Ever yday Workplace Disputes

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