In a letter to the municipality, Sharon Rodgers of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) writes that other municipalities are still reducing cheques to workers stranded in their homes. Looks like a bunch of lunatics walking around the square. Maybe the city should save money by depositing them instead. It also indicates that city employees who are unable to work because of COVID-19 are advised to use sick pay, provided they meet the usage requirements. Durham Region employees work department@oshawa/whitby-Depot stagnate when they choose to stay. What about the staff of the city of Ajax who was laid off? No reports on this? . The Burkett Arbitration Award between the City of Toronto and the Toronto Professional Fire Fighters Association, Local 3888 for the term of office from January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2014. It is unfortunate that the city has decided to take the wages away from the workers who need it most. I imagine a lot of these people are in two or three jobs just to get by. My park is full of rubbish, now that the snow has cleared.
Was there a way for these people to continue working before they were laid off? How did all our neighbouring cities find a way to keep everyone working, and we didn`t? It`s sad. . Rodgers says several employees have informed him that they have not received their employment records necessary to access EI services. City of Toronto Collective Agreement and Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 79 Unit B – Part-time – January 1, 2012 – December 31, 2015. “It adds an insult to counterfeiting and it`s unfortunate,” Rogers said. What makes these workers so special compared to the millions who will be laid off in the coming weeks and months? It`s unfortunate, but if I can`t work to pay my property taxes, cities can`t afford to pay workers. It`s just economical. The staff in the Durham area are in the same position – we are asked to use our sick time if we decide to isolate ourselves. They closed our doors to the public after the arrival of a person in WHQ who wanted to be tested. Employees were never informed and never informed that they were at low risk and that they continued to work. Non-essential work should be self-insulating at home to flatten the curve in accordance with government guidelines. Durham Region continues to fail to comply with the federal and provincial guidelines that the federal and provincial governments are putting in place for their own employees and endangering its non-essential employees and their families! “As you may know, some neighbouring employers have played a leadership role in income support, particularly for insecure workers,” the letter says.
Settlement protocol between the City of Toronto and the Municipality of Toronto Employees Union Local 416 (CUPE) – January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2024. The following links are used for information purposes: all workers who have been invited to the self-quarantine will continue to be paid, according to the letter. However, these staff must provide confirmation by a public health service and inform supervisory authorities and staff. According to Rodgers, Whitby laid off 217 part-time workers working in various positions. As this is disgusting, I cannot believe that they would treat their part-time employees this way at such a terrible time. It seems that the mayor is losing a few votes on this. Go show how scumy Whitby is doing it. Rather confident that their salaries have already been included in the budget, which would make the difference to pay its employees… It was a sneaky way to save and Penny Squeeze.
Prolly is not the right time to do it. I`m glad someone`s lighting this one up! Through Durham News it continues to find several local communities that pay their employees or other jobs so they don`t miss a paycheck, including Ajax, Uxbridge, Pickering, Clarington, Cobourg and Durham Region. One of the largest unions in Canada wants the City of Whitby to continue to pay its employees who cannot work because of the COVID situation.19