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    *Congratulations to our Local 7600 Civil & Human Rights Committee for being selected as District 12's-2018 USW Cares Jefferson Award recipient.*
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    Congratulations to our Local 7600 Civil & Human Rights Committee for being selected as District 12's-2018 USW Cares Jefferson Award recipient.
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    Click on the PDF below to read the letter from USW International President Leo W. Gerard and District 12 Director Robert LaVenture congratulating the committee.
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    *Congratulations to our Local 7600 Civil & Human Rights Committee for been selected  as District 12's-2018 USW Cares Jefferson Award recipient.*
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    Wear the color blue every Tuesday until we ratify a new contract.
     
    Wear the color blue every Tuesday until we ratify a new contract.
     
    Be on the lookout for ways to sign a pledge card, which are coming soon.
     
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    *Our contract expires on October 1, 2018* and it’s more important than ever for all members of Local 7600 to build from the powerful wave of engagement we had on Sunday, July 8, until we win another standard-setting agreement.
     
    *Our contract expires on October 1, 2018* and it’s more important than ever for all members of Local 7600 to build from the powerful wave of engagement we had on Sunday, July 8, until we win another standard-setting agreement.
     
    Kaiser Permanente’s priorities are in stark contrast to ours:
     
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    While KP wants to bring future wages and our medical co-pays “in line with the market” we believe that KP needs to continue to be the market leader in order to recruit and retain the best.
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    - While KP wants to bring future wages and our medical co-pays “in line with the market” we believe that KP needs to continue to be the market leader in order to recruit and retain the best.
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    Where KP wants to erode long-standing contractual language that protects our hours of work so they can cancel our shifts, we know that comprehensive, safe staffing practices are imperative for health care workers and the members we care for. 
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    Where KP continues to push for a “Partnership” that favors the employer, we know that true partnership must work for everyone and is key to making KP the best place to work and receive care.
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    Our contract expires on October 1, 2018 and it’s more important than ever for all members of Local 7600 to build from the powerful wave of engagement we had on Sunday, July 8, until we win another standard-setting agreement.

    Kaiser Permanente’s priorities are in stark contrast to ours:

    - While KP wants to bring future wages and our medical co-pays “in line with the market” we believe that KP needs to continue to be the market leader in order to recruit and retain the best.

    - Where KP wants to erode long-standing contractual language that protects our hours of work so they can cancel our shifts, we know that comprehensive, safe staffing practices are imperative for health care workers and the members we care for. 

    - Where KP continues to push for a “Partnership” that favors the employer, we know that true partnership must work for everyone and is key to making KP the best place to work and receive care.

    It’s time for every single one of us to stand together and show KP that we’re ready to win a new standard-setting agreement for all! 

    Do your part:

    1. Sign up to receive important text updates and make sure your coworkers are signed up too! Text USW7600 to the phone number 47486.
    2. Wear the color blue every Tuesday until we ratify a new contract.
    3. Be on the lookout for ways to sign a pledge card, which are coming soon.

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    Building a Better Future for Telecom Employees

    Technology in telecom is changing quickly.  Profitable companies are cutting costs on the backs of hard-working employees.  Regulations are shifting. 

    It all adds up to one thing: if you work in telecom, you deserve a voice in what’s happening to your job and your sector.

    The Telecommunications Workers Union (TWU) and the United Steelworkers (USW) have joined together to build a better future for people working in telecom. The TWU-USW merger brings together Canada’s pre-eminent telecom union with Canada’s most diverse and progressive union.

    If you work for any of the telecom companies, or even if you work for any of the contractors doing telecom work, make sure you know what being a union member and having a real voice on the job can mean for you.  We are committed to providing telecom employees without union representation with the information they need to join.

    It is the hard work, skills, insights and abilities of telecom employees that make Canada’s telecom companies like Telus, Shaw, Rogers, Bell and others so profitable.
     
    Our mandate as a union is to engage in smart, progressive bargaining to protect and improve pay, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment.

    Beyond Bargaining

    We’ll also be active beyond the bargaining table to ensure that employees’ voices help shape the future of the telecom sector in Canada. We’ll take our voices to the halls of government to make sure telecom employees’ interests are taken seriously when new policies and laws are made.

    To learn more, contact us at [email protected]

    For information about your rights to join, visit www.usw.ca/join

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