TORONTO, Aug. 3, 2021 /CNW/ – Hydro One Inc. (Hydro One) and the Society of United Professionals (the Company) are pleased to announce that Hydro One employees represented by the company have voted to renew their two-year collective agreement. TORONTO, Oct. 6, 2020 /CNW/ – Hydro One Inc. is pleased to announce that members of the Power Workers` Union (“PWU”) have voted in favour of two renewal collective agreements: the Master Collective Agreement, which includes front-line employees, and the Collective Agreement for Aftermarket Service Companies, which includes employees in customer-facing roles. The collective agreement includes approximately 1,800 employees in critical engineering, supervisory and management functions. The collective agreements between Hydro One Inc. and PWU include approximately 3800 regular employees and approximately 1500 quota employees at the company`s plants in Ontario. Hydro-Québec is pleased to announce that the agreement in principle on the early renewal of collective agreements has been ratified by a very large majority of members of the DE LA CUPE union coalition. Note that Hydro-Québec`s Professional Union of Engineers had already accepted the agreement. Hydro-Québec`s management wishes to recognize the hard work and professionalism of the unions in these negotiations. It also wants to recognise the good governance of its workers and trade union representatives when it comes to opting for the renewal of collective agreements before concluding collective agreements.
The main sectors are communication, social services, education, hydropower, local authorities, air transport, public transport and universities. December 2019. “These agreements between Hydro One and Power Workers` Union reflect our shared commitment to work together, be their voice and take action to meet their needs,” said Mark Poweska, President and CEO of Hydro One. “We look forward to an ever-positive working relationship with PWU management, who represent our employees on the front lines who provide safe, reliable and affordable electricity for communities across Ontario.” Over the past decade, the majority of B.C`s public unions have experienced wage increases below the rate of inflation, many of which were. C during the last term of the Liberal government. B.C physicians` collective agreement is expiring. The union did not disclose the exact details of the interim agreement, nor the reasons for its refusal. “It was not our experience in collective bargaining in the public sector. We know that there are sometimes restrictions on money, so there is a reality to be addressed. But honest, honest and fair processes will result in an agreement and hopefully improvements for officials,” she said.