The Interest Arbitration Hearing took place this past weekend. Please login to the member section for more details.
January 3, 2017
“I don’t know how humane it is to lock people out right before Christmas, especially if you are a social service agency that is committed to the welfare and well being of children and families – your workers have children and families.”
Striking workers from the Children’s Aid Society of the Region of Peel (Peel CAS) overwhelmingly rejected the latest “final offer” from their employer due to its failure to address workload and joint job evaluation concerns that would prevent children from falling through the cracks. The supervised vote was called by Peel CAS which forced the members of Local 4914 of
November 24, 2016
Hi there, During question period today, I demanded the Wynne government ensure that children get the quality of care they need by supporting a workload cap that child care workers are asking for at the Children’s Aid Society (CAS) in Peel. These workers do what they do because they care deeply about the children and families they work for. That’s
According to the Peel Children’s Aid Society (CAS), a provincially appointed mediator has concluded the agency and union representing striking workers are still too far apart on critical issues to resume stagnant contract negotiations. Some 435 members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 4914, which includes frontline child protection workers, administrative staff and other personnel at Peel
November 21, 2016
Put children first in Peel CAS strike: NDP CUPE Local 4914 Queen’s Park – During question period today, Ontario NDP Children and Youth Services Critic, Monique Taylor, demanded the Wynne government put children affected by the strike at Peel Children’s Aid Society (CAS), first. Workers at the Peel Children’s Aid Society have been on strike for 9 weeks as they
November 17, 2016
Members of the union representing 435 striking front-line, administrative and support staff at Children’s Aid Society of the Region of Peel (Peel CAS) have overwhelmingly rejected a motion to even consider voting on a final offer sent directly to members by their employer. The motion to consider the offer was presented by a member of Local 4914 of the Canadian
A nine-week long strike between the Children’s Aid Society of the Region of Peel (Peel CAS) and the union representing 435 front-line, administrative and support staff will continue after Peel CAS rejected a proposal to send all outstanding issues to binding arbitration. “We have been informed by the provincially-appointed conciliation officer that Peel CAS would not consider our offer to
Agency refuses union’s call for binding arbitration in nine-week strike.