Tuesday’s Ratification vote at the Ambassador Hotel

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The following messaging has been communicated to the management group from HR Ontario regarding the upcoming vote on the OPS contract.  I encourage each and every member to attend and vote on Tuesday.  Where possible, managers should be allowing the members the opportunity to have sufficient time to cast their ballot.  It is important that you, as an OPSEU member, cast your vote otherwise you are simply allowing others to determine your terms of work in the OPS.    Thanks to all who came to the information sessions and asked such insightful questions.  You never fail to challenge me.


HROntario  Communicates what OPS Managers need to know
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important information icon Attention – OPSEU Vote January 21, 22 & 23
Important Information

The Employer and OPSEU reached a tentative agreement with respect to the Central Collective Agreement, the Unified Bargaining Unit Collective Agreement and the Corrections Bargaining Unit Collective Agreement.

OPSEU has scheduled its ratification vote for January 21, 22 and 23.

To facilitate the upcoming votes, managers are encouraged to provide reasonable use of available facilities if requested by OPSEU, except where there is an operational impediment.

OPSEU members and local presidents may also ask for reasonable time off to participate in the vote. And managers should provide reasonable time off for employees and local presidents that may require additional time off to assist with the voting process.

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