REMINDER: Show of Solidarity – TODAY

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1055 Princess Street

TODAY – Thursday, January 15th at 12:30PM

  • Find your meet-up point at 1055 Princess: 1st and 2nd floor at front door; 3rd and 4th floor at back door.
  • Tell your coworkers of this event and the meet-up location.  Remind them of it’s importance.
  • If you are able attend, go out at 12:30PM to your meet-up location and bring a coworker or two along.  Remember, AMAPCEO members are encouraged to attend as well.
  • If you are unable to attend, ask a coworker to go for you and you’ll let them have the last donut/slice of cake/quinoa bar the next time around.
  • Link hands around the building.
  • Spend 15-20 mins showing your solidarity for our bargaining team, your commitment for a fair contract, and getting some fresh air!

MCB

TODAY – Thursday, January 15th at 12:30PM

  • Find your meet-up point at MCB on the image below (all floors have the same pillar #s).
  • Tell your coworkers of this event and the meet-up location.  Remind them of it’s importance.
  • If you are able attend, go out at 12:30PM to your meet-up location and bring a coworker or two along.  Remember, AMAPCEO members are encouraged to attend as well.
  • If you are unable to attend, ask a coworker to go for you and you’ll let them have the last donut/slice of cake/quinoa bar the next time around.
  • Link hand in hand around the building.
  • Spend 15-20 mins showing your solidarity for our bargaining team, your commitment for a fair contract, and getting some fresh air!

Rally Point Picture for January 15, 2015


Stuck at home members

TODAY – Thursday, January 15th at 12:30PM

 

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