Halifax – Members of NSGEU Local 32, home support staff in the Yarmouth/Argyle area, have voted 94 per cent in favour of a strike to back up their bargaining demands as they prepare for conciliation. Local 32 is the fourth of 14 home support locals represented by the NSGEU that will be holding strike votes […]
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Members of NSGEU Local 40, home support staff with the Tri-County Victorian Order of Nurses (VON), have voted 92 per cent in favour of a strike to back up their bargaining demands as they head into conciliation. Local 40 is just the first of many home support locals represented by the NSGEU conducting strike votes […]
Halifax – Members of Local 53, administration professionals who work for the Halifax Regional School Board, have voted 96% in favour of strike action.
Halifax – Members of the Nova Scotia Government & General Employees Union Local 66, Regional Residential Services Society, have delivered a very strong show of support to their bargaining committee, voting 88 per cent in favour of strike action, if necessary, to back their demands. “This should send a loud and clear message to the […]
Halifax- Members of the Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union, Local 71, who work for the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board have voted 91% in favor of strike action to support their demands at the bargaining table. The vote was counted in Truro tonight. Out of 434 votes cast, 396 voted yes. “The employer wants […]
Progress was made during negotiations with the employer. However, there are still many outstanding issues on the table including wages and pension. On January 21, 2013, we applied for the services of a conciliation officer. The Bargaining Committee is asking for a strong strike mandate in order to give them the strength they need to […]
Further Information for Strike Votes NSGEU notified members in December of strike vote information sessions and voting on January 8 and 9, 2013. They are included again at the end of this update. The following is to provide additional information in preparation for the information meetings which begin on January 8, 2013. President Joan Jessome, […]