2017 OPS Unified Demand Set Survey

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As a member of the OPS Unified bargaining unit, you are cordially invited to participate in the 2017 on-line demand set survey to prepare for the next round of bargaining.  Simply go here and click on 2017 OPS Unified demand set survey.  You may also visit OPSEU’s website where the link will be published. You will have from February 21 to March 13, 2017 to participate in the on-line survey.

The survey is quick and easy to fill out and will provide the bargaining team with valuable information about members’ priorities. It is being conducted by Stratcom, an independent, external third party, to ensure confidentiality. OPSEU will be provided only with aggregate results.  Individual results will not be reported.

You will be asked to type in your WIN number to access the survey but survey responses are anonymous.  The WIN number is used only to verify that you are a signed-up member in the OPS Unified bargaining unit and to ensure there are no duplicate responses.  You will also be asked to provide your local number, classification, ministry and workplace address.  This information is only provided to allow for a more fulsome analysis of the provincial results.

The survey responses will be tabulated by Stratcom. Their report will identify the top ten priorities across the province so it is vital that as many members as possible complete the on-line survey.  The results will be sent to Local Presidents on March 20 to assist with local demand-set meetings. 

Members who do not have access to a computer, may visit their membership centers, regional offices or public libraries.  Do NOT use the employer’s computer to complete the survey.

If you have any questions about the survey, please email Sathiya Krisnanandan at skrisnanandan@opseu.org or call her at 1-800-268-7376 Ext.8740.  

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