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Suncor Port Moody Collective Agreement

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During the recruitment process, a Suncor recruitment agent may provide specific information on how different union and association agreements may affect your compensation and benefits. About thirty office workers, computer scientists and auxiliaries of the Port Moody Police Department have a new collective agreement. Irene Jakse, president of CUPE Local 825, said the internal division voted 88 percent in favor of the contract, while external employees voted for the contract by 61 percent. Irene Jakse, president of CUPE Local 825, told The Tri-City News today (Tuesday) that police support members will see their salaries increase by 7% over the duration of the activity from January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2019. (Collective agreements set general working conditions such as wage rates, working time and holidays) In December 2012, PoMo union members voted 92% in favor of adopting a new collective agreement that gave them a 1.75% increase in the first year, followed by 1.25%, 1.75% and 2% increases. Union workers with the City of Port Moody have a new contract. Most unionized jobs at Suncor also lead to shiftwork. The most common job model is a 12-hour shift that works three days and three nights, followed by six days off. In July, 352 employees, inside and outside the city, voted to accept their new contact, where wages rose at the same rate as in neighbouring coquitlam and Port Coquitlam. Jakse said the local bargaining committee would begin negotiations with police this month. Derrick began his career at Suncor as a recent graduate and is now Director of Reliability Technology. The police, who oversee the department, have also ratified the treaty, Jakse said. .

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