As is customary with other unions, Geick said the results of the vote will not be published, except for the fact that voting members voted for the deal. The three-year agreement has an expiry date of December 31, 2021. Very few comments, and no merit, because these three poop have pooped any deal. It`s as great a confirmation as I`ve ever seen for a government contract. Honestly, do you want to sleep? Richard Mostyn, the minister responsible for the Public Service Commission, said in the news release that the agreement aligns the needs of employees with the government`s commitment to public services in Yukon. Earlier this year, experienced mediator Vince Ready was called in for help, and a tentative agreement was reached in June. The agreement, which was signed on the 31st. Expires in December 2021, it applies to approximately 4,100 employees represented by WEU and the Public Service Alliance of Canada. “Many hours of hard work by bargaining teams over the past nine months have resulted in a collective agreement that will guide us over the next three years,” Geick said in a joint news release issued this morning by the union and the Government of Yukon. Yukon Employees Union President Steve Geick speaks at a news conference in Whitehorse on December 18, 2018. According to Geick, a new collective agreement between the Government of Yukon and the Yukon Employees Union will allow employees to have up to 48 hours of paid leave if they experience workplace trauma.
(Crystal Schick/Yukon News File) “Many hours of hard work have gone into teams on both sides to reach this collective agreement. The agreement also allows “an employee who experiences one or two work-related traumatic incidents to receive leave without loss of pay for the remainder of the scheduled workday,” according to a territorial government press release. The three-year collective agreement, which went into effect on July 15, is the culmination of nine months of negotiations, Geick said. Members of the Yukon Employees Union (YEU) have agreed to a new three-year collective agreement, union president Steve Geick confirmed this morning. The agreement includes salary increases totalling 5.25% over three years, including certain retroactive wages, as well as increases in salary ranges, weekend bonuses and shift bonuses for hours worked between 4 .m and 8 .m. The agreement provides for a general wage increase of 5.25%, or 1.75%, for each of the three years retroactive to January. . . .