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Aupe Collective Agreements

by on Sep.12, 2021, under Uncategorized

The AUPE is funded by all members who enjoy the benefits of a collective agreement and union representation. Each member pays 1.25% of their base salary to AUPE in the form of deductible union dues (dues are not paid for overtime or bonuses). This sentence may be changed only by a two-thirds majority of the delegates at the annual meeting. The democratically elected delegates sent to the congress determine how AUPE money is spent. Between agreements, provincial enforcement controls expenditures and financial reports are available to all members for review upon request. The collective agreement has expired and is being renegotiated by the Government of Alberta and the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees. Therefore, printed copies of the agreement are not currently distributed. AUPE`s objective is to have union stewards on all construction sites. When workers choose to join the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees, they join Alberta`s largest and most effective union. The AUPE has more than 250 bargaining units that negotiate collective agreements on behalf of their members.

The AUPE shall also ensure that fair and reasonable conditions obtained in previous negotiations remain in force. . . .

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