No Board Report

Definition:

This is a report issued by the Minister of Labour on the recommendation of the conciliator at the request of the Employer and/or the Union. The term ’no board‘ comes from the fact that in this report, the Minister states that they do not consider it advisable to appoint a ‘conciliation board’ to further attempt to help the parties reach an agreement. Seventeen calendar days after the date that the ’no board‘ report has been issued, which typically takes 3-5 business days following the request of the University and/or the Union to issue, the parties are legally allowed to strike or lock out.

 

WORKPLACE HEALTH & SAFETY

Preventing violence and harassment in the workplace guidelines.

The purpose of the Violence Prevention Guidelines is to provide CUPE members with resources to help protect them against violence in the workplace

Workplace violence is a serious everyday health and safety issue for many workers in Canada, including CUPE members. Violence doesn’t “just happen.” It’s not “just part of the job.”

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WHAT IF YOU GET HURT AT WORK?

A booklet designed to help answer some of the most frequently asked questions when you are injured at the workplace.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS

Saturday, November 23, 2019 10:30 A.M.

Norfolk County Public Library - Simcoe Branch

46 Colborne St S. Simcoe - MAP

Saturday, February 29, 2020 10:30 a.m.

Caledonia Public Library

100 Haddington St. Caledonia- MAP

Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:30 a.m.

Brantford Union Office

1100 Clarence Street South, Brantford - MAP