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Agreements

NF Power Shop StewardHaving a collective agreement is the biggest difference between a Unionized employee and a Non-Unionized employee. Your collective agreement is a legally binding contract that sets the ground rules for your job on things such as working conditions, pension and benefits, your rights, what you can expect to be paid and much more.

Here are just some of the major advantages of being Unionized and having a collective agreement in your workplace:

  • Respect and fairness on the job
  • Better wage increases
  • Retirement benefits
  • Better schedules
  • More job security
  • More flexibility for work and family needs
  • Safe and healthy work environment
  • A real say in your job
  • On more equal footing with your employer
  • A better economic future
  • Provisions for staffing and overtime
  • Support for continued education and training
  • Fair and equal treatment
  • Vacations and family leave
  • Equitable promotion and transfer
  • Workable grievance system
Newfoundland Power Agreements
Colliers International Agreements
Lower Churchill and Maritime Link Project Agreements
Construction Labour Relations Association Agreements

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