Collective Agreement Cupe 728

CUPE 728, which represents more than 4,000 workers in the Surrey School District, reached an interim agreement after a marathon session that ended at 4 a.m. on Friday, June 14. All support staff collective agreements are published on the BC PSEA website. The framework agreement (PFA) approved by the K-12 Council of Presidents in September is part of the provisional agreement. The current K-12 contract expires on June 30, 2019. After ratification by CupE residents and school districts, the provincial agreement will enter into force from July 1, 2019 until June 30, 2022. For more information about CUPE members working in K-12, visit Further details of the interim agreement will only be available after ratification by all parties. The ratification is expected to be completed by the end of June. You will find out about the subsidies available for prescription drugs and certain medical care in the provincial government`s Pharmacare program.

MoveUP represents CUPE BC`s support staff and its residents. CUPE BC represents 80,000 workers in more than 170 local unions and many different sectors. Click here to log into your Pacific Blue Cross account. General health information and advice can be found via BCHealthGuide. For your convenience, we have made available links to the Bylaw guide proposed by CUPE National, the 2017 CUPE National Constitution 2017 and the proposed statute changes, as shown on our website CUPE 728 President Marcey Campbell congratulated the negotiating team for its commitment and hard work since early March, when negotiations began. She noted that the opening of each session with recognition of First Nations territory was a positive feature of the negotiations, as was updating the language of the treaty to be gender neutral. CUPE 728 represents more than 4,000 auxiliaries in the B.C, SD36, largest and fastest school district. Members are educational assistants, bus drivers, office workers, janitors, maintenance organizations and trades.

With regard to the 2013-2019 master collective agreement for teachers, click here: “I am very proud of the gains we have been able to make for all our members, but especially for the precarious workers,” added Randy Anderson-Fennell, CUPE 728 negotiator.