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Town Halls

From time to time, CUPE 3911 organizes Town Hall meetings, open to all members, to give special updates and hold discussions on timely topics.

Recent past events include three Virtual Town Halls that were held on October 18 and 20, and November 22, 2022, with good turn-out and lively discussion on contentious issues at the Bargaining Table. Members got updates, shared perspectives on Bargaining, and provided the CUPE 3911 Bargaining Committee with input and feedback to strengthen their position in defense of members’ wages, benefits and working conditions.


What would a pay raise mean to you?

Come out to the CUPE 3911 Virtual Town Hall

Tuesday, Nov. 22, 5:30-6:45* pm, MST

Please register to attend the CUPE 3911 Virtual Town Hall to discuss Wage Stagnation and what we can do to stop the ongoing erosion of real wages. The Local’s Bargaining Committee will give an update from the Bargaining Table, and seeks your input to strengthen and amplify members’ voices in the ongoing talks. Write to administrator@cupe3911.ca

*Meeting agenda ends at 6:30, with 15 minutes added for overflow discussion and socializing.

Check your email for the invitation that has been sent to all members — and plan to attend!

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CUPE 3911 BARGAINING UPDATE

VIRTUAL TOWN HALL MEETINGS

Tuesday, October 18th, 5:30-6:30 pm MT

Focus On Issues of Seniority and Out of Province Members

and

Thursday, October 20th, 5:30-6:30 pm MT

Focus On Research, Academic Freedom, and the Professional Development Fund

At each Town Hall, the Bargaining Committee will present a detailed summary of developments at the Bargaining Table. Each Town Hall also has a special focus, based on the contentious issues arising at the bargaining table and members’ priorities stated in our Summer 2022 Member Priorities survey.

A question-and-answer period will follow, along with opportunities for your input and further engagement.

Among the most contentious issues is the AU proposal for a 0% raise in year one of the new contract, 0% in year two, a meagre 1.25% raise in year three, and the possibility of a further small percentage point raise in year four, depending on the government’s reassessment at that time.

What do you think about this?

The CUPE 3911 Bargaining Committee invites you to attend one or both Town Halls, where you will be informed of the losses we face in AU’s current proposals at the Bargaining Table. The Committee will provide an assessment and recommendations, and they want to hear your feedback, to strengthen the union’s Bargaining position.

Come out to our Town Halls and share your views on how best to defend our wages and benefits.

We want to hear from you!

Remember, our working conditions are students’ learning conditions!