Training employees vote on tentative settlement to be introduced Monday

A choice by unionized training employees over the contract provide from the provincial authorities can…

Training employees vote on tentative settlement to be introduced Monday

A choice by unionized training employees over the contract provide from the provincial authorities can be introduced at 10 a.m. on Monday.

If the deal is accepted by members of the Canadian Union of Public Staff (CUPE) it can mark the tip of a controversial wrestle that began boiling over in October.

If the deal is rejected, the federal government and union will return to the bargaining desk.

Voting on a tentative deal agreed to by union negotiators and the federal government started on Nov. 24, after presidents of all 67 locals met and “adopted a decision that confirmed plans for conducting the ratification vote,” CUPE beforehand stated.

The voting closes on Sunday night time.

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“For the final week and a half, frontline training employees have been deciding if what’s on this tentative settlement is appropriate,” CUPE’s Laura Walton stated in a press release.

She’s going to announce the outcomes of the ratification vote at 10 a.m.

In November, CUPE employees staged a two-day strike after the province briefly launched laws that outlawed their labour motion and imposed a contract on CUPE employees. That laws was repealed by the Ford authorities — a suggestion it made in change for CUPE ending its strike motion.

The union represents round 55,000 training employees in Ontario.

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