Local 46 – PVSC – Reach a Tentative Agreement
February 15, 2013
NSGEU Local 46, Employees of the Property Valuation Services Corporation, Reach a Tentative Agreement.
Halifax â€“ NSGEU Local 46, Employees of the Property Valuation Services Corporation, reach a tentative agreement.
â€œWe are pleased to have reached this tentative agreement after five (5) days at the bargaining table,â€ says Joan Jessome, President of the Nova Scotia Government & General Employees Union. â€œWe would like to acknowledge our Chief Negotiator, Dave Moore, and the Bargaining Committee, who worked with the employer to achieve an offer they could recommend to the membership.â€
â€œWe also appreciate and want to acknowledge the respectful and constructive manner in which the employer approached bargaining,â€ says Jessome. â€œAs a result, negotiations were very smooth and we were able to reach an agreement before the existing collective agreement expires.â€
We will be able to provide details of the tentative agreement once the membership has received them. They will be emailed to the membership early next week. The date for ratification of this tentative agreement has yet to be set.
The Bargaining Committee is recommending acceptance.
There are approximately 120 members of Local 46, who provide professional, technical, and administrative services for the Property Valuation Services Corporation.
The Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union represents over 30,000 women and men who provide quality public services Nova Scotians count on everyday.Â
For more information or to arrange an interview with NSGEU President, Joan Jessome, please contact:
Deedee Slye, NSGEU Communications Officer
424.4063 (office) 497.6761 (cell) firstname.lastname@example.org
October 20, 2023
Members of the Health Administrative Professionals bargaining unit have voted to accept a tentative agreement brought forward by their bargaining...
October 4, 2023
Tim Halman, MLA for Dartmouth East, was a teacher and member of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union. He was part...
September 21, 2023
Premier Tim Houston has demonstrated once again that low-wage workers don’t matter: he has been making health care administrative professionals...
September 19, 2023
Unions representing thousands of health care administrative professionals who are readying to strike have launched province-wide radio advertisements today, calling out the...
September 14, 2023
Thousands of administrative professionals working in the health care system throughout Nova Scotia are gearing up to hit the picket...
September 13, 2023
Unions representing thousands of administrative professionals working in the health care system throughout Nova Scotia have spent six weeks trying...
August 14, 2023
The recruitment strategy put forward by the Department of Justice has failed and staffing levels are now the worst in...
August 1, 2023
Telehealth Associates who are responsible for operating the province’s 811 telehealth system are speaking out publicly about how staff shortages...
July 11, 2023
Telehealth Associates who are responsible for operating the province’s 811 telehealth system are amongst the lowest paid health care workers...