There is nothing in the subsection (7) that affects the obligation of the employer and the union to negotiate the conclusion of an essential service contract in accordance with Point 1. In the case of the Manitoba government, the services listed in the schedule are declared essential services. No employer may authorize, declare or cause a work stoppage of essential services. Upon receipt of a motion under Subsection 1, the House may conduct any hearing or investigation deemed necessary by the House to determine whether the number of workers in each classification who must work during a work stoppage to maintain essential services must vary. In the event of a work stoppage or in anticipation of a work stoppage, if this Legislation does not provide for a substantial service agreement to enter into force, the employer must notify the union, which indicates the union, where the union believes that essential services may be maintained with fewer workers than those covered in a Section 7 notice. , paragraph 1 or 3, the union may ask the Manitoba Employment Office for a change in the number of workers in each classification who must work during a work stoppage to maintain essential services. This law prevails over any other law and regulation, collective agreement, arbitration decision or decision, as well as any obligation, right, right, convention or agreement of any kind. “temporary general conditions” the terms and conditions of employment of workers that existed the day after the end of the last collective agreement; (“Temporary Conditions”) “essential services” services necessary for the employer to prevent this if the employer and the union have not entered into an essential service contract in the 30 days prior to the expiry of a collective agreement, the employer If you have questions about your rights in the workplace, the best person you can talk to is your trustee or local leader. You will know the details of your agreement. All CUPE members work under the protection of a collective agreement called a collective agreement. Your local union negotiates the terms of the agreement.
Elected local union leaders also work with the employer to resolve workplace issues. “worker”: an employer worker who is covered by a collective agreement; (“employee”) Any worker in an essential service agreement is considered an essential employee of the services. Communication on Workers and Services in the Absence of a Contract If an employer and a union do not have an essential service agreement under this Collective Agreement Workers Act, the employer and the union begin to negotiate an essential service contract at least 90 days before the collective agreement expires. (a) for the purposes of Section 6, which declare services as essential; Other essential services of the state announced by a regulation Notice of termination of an essential service agreement can be issued if the work that must be done by a person during a work stoppage to maintain essential services and the performance of all the work or services by a person necessary to maintain essential services is not considered to be the execution of work that directly facilitates the operation of the employer. The employer informs each of the workers affected in a notice from subsection 1 that they must work during the work stoppage in order to maintain essential services. An employer other than the Manitoba government, when entering into sub-section 1 negotiations, informs the union of the essential services provided by the employer for the purposes of the essential service agreement. Without prejudice to other laws or laws or provisions of the last collective agreement, the wages and benefits of essential service employees must be obtained in the event of a work stoppage until the effective date of a new or amended collective agreement.