Month: February 2020

Update – February 18, 2020

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING UPDATE FROM THE CHAIR OF THE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING SUB-COMMITTEE Deputy Mayor Denzil Minnan-Wong, the chair of the City's Collective Bargaining sub-committee, released the following update today: The City of Toronto has always strived to treat...

Update – February 14, 2020

The bargaining committees for the City and TCEU, Local 416 – CUPE have been in discussions regarding resuming negotiations. The Ministry of Labour appointed conciliator is not available to the parties until February 22, 2020. Until then, the bargaining committees will...

PREGNANCY AND PARENTAL LEAVE

The City supports employees' rights to take extended pregnancy and parental leave and provides one of the most generous pregnancy and parental leaves in the public sector. In fact, the City’s pregnancy and parental leave is one of the items cited in our Top 100...

BENEFITS

One of the key issues being discussed at Conciliation is benefits.City of Toronto staff enjoy a benefits package that is amongst the best in the municipal sector. The City pays a considerable amount to provide these benefits and the cost of providing benefits...

JOB SECURITY

Public sector employers, including the City of Toronto, have long sought to secure collective agreements that allow them the operational flexibility to deliver municipal services in the most effective and efficient manner possible. Public sector unions have long...

City of Toronto requests No Board Report

The bargaining teams for the City of Toronto and TCEU Local 416 - CUPE, the union representing City outside workers, have been in collective bargaining for more than four months. Over this time, the goal has been to reach a negotiated settlement that is fair for our...