Canadian Labour Reporter

November 6, 2017

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PM #40065782 Labour Reporter Canadian November 6, 2017 NDP constituency office worker terminated after questionable tweet Employee displayed 'gross misconduct' regarding MPP: Employer AFTER A TWEET was posted by a constituen- cy assistant directed at the member of provincial parliament (MPP) for London West in Ontario, the worker was dismissed for "gross misconduct." Kathy Clee was discharged in April 2017 from the office of Peggy Sattler, the NDP representative for the riding. On March 25, 2017, a tweet by Clee was sent from an Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) women's conference that Clee attended. It read: "To my MPP @PeggySattlerNDP from us at #OFLsistertosister" and displayed a hand-written sign that read: "I want Decent Work because…." When she was terminated, the letter accused Clee of a "thinly veiled denouncement of me as MINING Gibraltar Mines Williams Lake, B.C. (480 mine workers) and Unifor Local 3018 Renewal agreement: Effective June 1, 2016, to May 31, 2021. Signed on March 24, 2017. Shift premium: $0.50 per hour for holder of level 3 first-aid certificate. $0.85 per hour (pre- viously $0.75 per hour) for work on night shift. $0.55 per hour (previously $0.45 per hour) for work on weekend. $0.50 per Photo: Google Street View ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Arbitration > pg. 8 see Collective agreements > pg. 3 pg. 2 Deadline not met PSAC files complaint with labour board after Treasury Board said it won't make collective agreement timeline Tbaytel — Ontario pg. 4 Allied Shipbuilder — British Columbia pg. 5 Shell Canada (Jumping Pound Complex) — Alberta pg. 5 Shaw Conference Centre — Alberta pg. 7 Battle River Regional Division #31 — Alberta pg. 7 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS Six Kamloops, B.C., therapists wrongly classified: Union AFTER A reorganization, six oc- cupational therapists who worked in community mental health in Kamloops, B.C., were moved into a lower-rated grade 1 slot from grade 2. Laura Kitamura, Michelle Zwolak, Joel Chisholm, Jillian McCormick, Karin Schmidt and Jennifer Sheeley were originally classified as grade 2, which cov- ered "an occupational therapist required by the facility to work without general supervision in the see No > pg. 8

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