CLAC

CLAC is an independent Canadian labour union that applies social principles of justice, respect, and dignity to the workplace community. It provides quality representation and a wide range of benefits and training for its members, and active member advocacy that strives to build healthy work communities based on mutual respect and partnership. CLAC is a certified union representing workers in many sectors across Canada since 1952.

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MBM ELECTRICAL EMPLOYEES SECURE WAGE AND PENSION INCREASES WITH NEW CONTRACT

CLAC | December 12, 2016

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CLAC members employed by MBM Electrical recently voted unanimously in favour of ratifying a new three-year contract providing them with wage and pension increases as well as other gains. The comprehensive agreement includes wage increases of over 10 percent and increases to employer-paid pension contributions from 6.5 to 7.25 percent over the term. It also includes new seniority provisions, increases to vacation and statutory pay, an increase to night-shift premiums, and improvements to b...

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WAGE, PENSION, AND OTHER GAINS FOR MASSE ELECTRICIANS WITH NEW CONTRACT

CLAC | November 29, 2016

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Tecumseh, ON—Local 53 journeyperson and apprentice electricians employed by Masse Electric unanimously ratified a new four-year contract providing them with wage, pension, and other gains....

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LETTER TO THE EDMONTON METRO NEWS EDITOR RE: LABOUR FEDERATION CALLING FOR LAW CHANGES AFTER ARAMARK'S LETTER TO EMPLOYEES

CLAC | November 01, 2016

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Edmonton—On October 26, 2016, the Alberta Federation of Labour (AFL) denounced a September 22 letter sent by Aramark to its employees at Rogers Place in Edmonton regarding union organizing. The AFL stated that, “workers should be free to form a union without facing reprisals, coercion, or undue influence from their employers."...

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CLAC PLEASED BY RULING THAT GREATER ESSEX IS NOT A CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYER

CLAC | October 12, 2016

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CLAC is pleased by the release of an Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB) decision last week that will see construction projects tendered by the Greater Essex and County District School Board open to all qualified contractors and workers. The 78-page “non-construction employer” decision was issued by Bernie Fishbein, chairman of the OLRB, three months after hearings concluded. The case took three years to get through, and it was the third attempt by the school board to prove legally...

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MBM ELECTRICAL EMPLOYEES SECURE WAGE AND PENSION INCREASES WITH NEW CONTRACT

CLAC | December 12, 2016

CLAC members employed by MBM Electrical recently voted unanimously in favour of ratifying a new three-year contract providing them with wage and pension increases as well as other gains. The comprehensive agreement includes wage increases of over 10 percent and increases to employer-paid pension contributions from 6.5 to 7.25 percent over the term. It also includes new seniority provisions, increases to vacation and statutory pay, an increase to night-shift premiums, and improvements to b...

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WAGE, PENSION, AND OTHER GAINS FOR MASSE ELECTRICIANS WITH NEW CONTRACT

CLAC | November 29, 2016

Tecumseh, ON—Local 53 journeyperson and apprentice electricians employed by Masse Electric unanimously ratified a new four-year contract providing them with wage, pension, and other gains....

Read More
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LETTER TO THE EDMONTON METRO NEWS EDITOR RE: LABOUR FEDERATION CALLING FOR LAW CHANGES AFTER ARAMARK'S LETTER TO EMPLOYEES

CLAC | November 01, 2016

Edmonton—On October 26, 2016, the Alberta Federation of Labour (AFL) denounced a September 22 letter sent by Aramark to its employees at Rogers Place in Edmonton regarding union organizing. The AFL stated that, “workers should be free to form a union without facing reprisals, coercion, or undue influence from their employers."...

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CLAC PLEASED BY RULING THAT GREATER ESSEX IS NOT A CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYER

CLAC | October 12, 2016

CLAC is pleased by the release of an Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB) decision last week that will see construction projects tendered by the Greater Essex and County District School Board open to all qualified contractors and workers. The 78-page “non-construction employer” decision was issued by Bernie Fishbein, chairman of the OLRB, three months after hearings concluded. The case took three years to get through, and it was the third attempt by the school board to prove legally...

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