Canadian Labour Reporter

January 7, 2019

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PM #40065782 Labour Reporter Canadian www.labour-reporter.com January 7, 2019 Montreal-based Air Canada worker fired after festival performance WHEN HE wanted to perform as a magician at a London, Ont., exhibition, an Air Canada service director booked off time in June to do so. The Montreal-based em- ployee, "JL," had seven years of experience with the airline and wanted to perform at the 2017 London Fringe Theatre Festival in Ontario. He applied and was accepted in the spring of 2017. JL was set to perform in six shows between June 1 and 10. During the bid process for June shifts, he was able to book off five Vancouver airport server gets job back after incorrectly being fired for fraud WHILE WORKING at a busy restaurant at the Vancouver International Airport, a server was ter- minated after the employer accused him of steal- ing money via check voiding. Mark Sheehy worked at the Canucks Bar and Grill for January to June 27, 2018. In May, he had been flagged as having the highest percentage of void checks for the month. John Peterson, area loss prevention manager for the employer's parent company HMSHost, was called in to investigate. Peterson conducted an analysis of the point-of- sale (POS) system and found some discrepancies. He testified that a common fraud technique in- volved wait staff accepting cash from a customer but voiding the check so the POS system would not count the money. The server would then pocket the cash, he said. Peterson found Sheehy's voids from the begin- ning of May until the day he was terminated were $956.22. The next highest was $690.18, with some GOVERNMENT Government of Alberta Edmonton (23,893 government-services workers) and the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE) Renewal agreement: Effect- ive Nov. 4, 2018, to March 31, 2020. Ratified on Oct. 23, 2018. Signed on Nov. 27, 2018. Wage adjustments: Effective year 1: No increase Effective year 2: No increase Effective year 3: Wage ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Collective agreements > pg. 3 pg. 2 Military centre deal signed About 72 employees at Trenton Military Family Resource Centre (MFRC) in Trenton, Ont., ratify new contract Saputo Dairy Products — Ontario pg. 4 Bimbo Canada (Bread Basket Stores) — Alberta pg. 5 Laurentian University — Ontario pg. 5 Camrose Women's Shelter Society — Alberta pg. 6 ATCO Structures and Logistics — Saskatchewan pg. 7 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS Photo: Google Street View see Employee > pg. 8 building ■ better ■ leaders Managing Unionized Environments: February 12-14, 2019: Ottawa Workplace Restoration: February 26-28 2019: Toronto Call : 1-888-858-7838 Email: irc@queensu.ca Website: irc.queensu.ca Learn more: see Arbitration > pg 8

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