Saputo Burnaby Collective Agreement

Renewal Agreement: Valid from May 1, 2019 to April 30, 2024. Ratified on July 30, 2019. Signed on October 3, 2019. Saputo employees said joining the Teamsters made all the difference when it came to securing an exceptional new contractual agreement. These workers first joined the union in October 2015 with an overwhelming vote: workers voted 367 to 79 to represent Local 662. At the end of each month, the work program updates a list of collective agreements inherited from previous years, which includes 500 or more employees in provincial courts and 100 or more employees in federal courts. Extension Agreement: Valid from May 1, 2019 to April 30, 2024. Ratified on July 30, 2019. Signed on October 3, 2019. Paul has worked as a truck driver, production worker, machine worker, specialty dealer, checker/loader, automated warehouseman, etc. In the workplace, he acted as a shop steward, lawyer for his colleagues and union activist. In 2002, he became a business representative, in 2014 president and in April 2015 treasurer.

She sees her role in solving problems between her colleagues and the company. “Extremely hard work, I lost about 15 pounds during my short stay here (about a month, and every day I injured my whole body)” (in 5 journals) Severance pay: 1 week`s pay for each year of service for employees who are permanently laid off due to a business interruption or lack of work; 1 week`s salary for each year of service, up to 15 years, for employees of a department who are affected by permanent layoffs and who would not otherwise lose their jobs. She continues her service with the Teamsters as a valued member of our restaurant. In the absence of a formal HR growth plan, there is a need to improve communication and uniform clothing: all delivery drivers wear only employer-authorized uniforms, which are maintained in a clean and presentable condition at all times. The annual fee for full-time employees is a jacket, 4 shirts, 2 pairs of pants. The winter parka is delivered by the employer once every 2 years. Elder Onyschak has been a member of Local 464 since 1988 as an employee of Dairyland/Saputo. Although Randy has never been a member of the Board of Directors, he has served on the Workplace Safety Committee and, most recently, on the COVID Committee. Elder Onyschak is also active in promoting the union among new employees/members and supporting new shop stewards. .

Sister Joyce launched Teamsters 464 in 1980 and is one of the longest-serving Teamsters employees in Canada. Laboratory Technician Sr. (12 months and older): $29.93 increases by 4 steps to $32.16 Your work with us extends outside the office and includes work on steward seminars, elections, voting and conferences. Overtime: One and a half hours for all hours worked beyond normal hours per day or week, and 80 hours per pay period 1. Bereavement leave: 3 days, if the employee is to work, for death in the immediate family (spouse, partner, parent, step-parent, child, child-in-law, brother, sister, grandparent, grandchild, mother-in-law, father-in-law). An additional 2 days may be granted without payment if the funeral is more than 350 kilometers away (travel time will be taken into account). 1 day, if the employee has to work, for the death of the brother-in-law or sister-in-law. With his passion for safety, Mike was the sole Labour representative on the Board of Directors of the Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC (MSABC), the leading occupational health and safety organization in British Columbia. Mike focuses on both safety and education and has completed studies in the following areas: Brother O`Neill has been a member of the Teamsters since 1987. After nearly 30 years at Dairyland/Saputo, Bret has held all key positions in the dairy sector, including CIP/Pasteurizer, Automated Warehouse Operator (DAWS), cheese maker and steward. Elder O`Neill sits on the Pension Committee and received his Foundations of Trust Management Standards (FTMS). Medical benefits: From the first month after 960 hours of work per 12-month period, employees are entitled to full social and health benefits, as provided by the employer.

The employer pays 100% of the provincial coverage premiums. . Trial period: 45 working days from the date of recruitment. Severance pay: 1 week`s salary for each year of service for employees who are permanently dismissed due to cessation of operations or absence from work; 1 week`s salary for each year of service, a maximum of 15 years, for employees of departments affected by permanent layoffs and who would not otherwise lose their jobs. Strickland thanked the International Brotherhood of Teamsters for their help in securing the contract, especially Rome Aloise, International Vice President and Director of the Teamsters Dairy Conference. Lori has held numerous positions during her career, including Assistant to an International Vice President and Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Council 36. Brother Christensen has been a teamster since 1996. Mike participated in the only strike in Local 464 history and experienced the positive effects of strong Teamsters leadership in action. Vision: The employer pays 100% of premiums for coverage of $250 every 2 years (previously $225 every 2 years), $50 every 2 years (previously $35 every 2 years) for eye exams. . Teamsters represent more than 1,600 Saputo employees at 11 locations in the U.S.

and Canada. She continues to serve with the Teamsters as a valued member of our local. Holidays with payment: 2 weeks after 1 year, 3 weeks after 4 years, 4 weeks after 10 years, 5 weeks after 17 years, 6 weeks after 24 years. Workers take leave during the year in which they are entitled to it and there will be no transfer. Once represented by an independent union, they said their employer was forced to stand up and be careful when workers allied with the Teamsters. Brother Inouye has been working as a driver for Island Farms/Agropur for over 16 years. In 2012, he became a shop steward. He was part of the contract negotiation team and is currently an active member of Burnaby Agropur`s Health and Safety Committee.

Terry is a family-oriented husband and father of two. He is active on his children`s sports teams and coaches hockey and lacrosse. Safety footwear: The employer reimburses employees $110 for the first pay period after May 1 of each year (or $220 for 2 years) for employer-approved safety footwear. . Life insurance: The employer pays 100% of the premiums to cover 1x the basic annual salary. Pension: The employer contributes $2.28 per hour, the employee pays $2.01 per hour to the pension fund. As of May 1, 2020: The employer contributes $2.32 per hour, the employee $2.07 per hour. As of May 1, 2021: The employer contributes $2.35 per hour, the employee $2.13 per hour. As of May 1, 20222: The employer contributes $2.40 per hour, the employee $2.22 per hour. As of May 1, 2023: The employer contributes $2.45 per hour, the employee $2.32 per hour. Dental: 80% coverage for basic services; 50% for large catering products. .

Brother Barton has been a teamster since 1991. Having worked in the dairy and bakery industries, he benefits from his role as Secretary-Treasurer at Local 464. “I`m excited because I know I can continue to support my family and we, as teamsters, can negotiate fair wages and benefits,” said Deb Panske, stick operator at Saputo. Sister Macpherson is a Teamster laboratory technician at Saputo and a shop steward since 1984. “Just having the power of the union behind us made a difference,” said Lisa Blahnik, a lab technician who has worked at Saputo for 36 years. Things didn`t go well for saputo workers at the Lena, Wisconsin plant early last year. Outside of work, Lindsay enjoys working in her garden. Sick leave: 40 hours per year. Employees who work in the last calendar year and have not received an attendance warning this year will receive a payment of 100% of unused sick leave. Employees who work in the previous year and have not received any attendance warnings and have not taken sick leave this year will receive a payment of 125% of unused sick leave. In his spare time, Brad enjoys running and working on his Camaro in `69. .

Brother Barton has been a teammate since 1991. His work in the dairy and bakery industry has benefited him in his role as Secretary-Treasurer at Local 464. Fluid Packaging Operator: $29.21 increases 4 levels to $31.39 Lori has played many roles in her career, including assistant to an international vice president and assistant to the chairman of the joint board 36. Beneficiary: $29.21 increases by 4 levels to $31.39 hourly wage (currently, after a 7.5% increase):Caption: The new addition to the list. indicates that the number is displayed in the list for the first time. She feels that her role is to solve problems between her colleagues and the company. Seniority – recall rights: 6 months at the beginning; 12 months after 10 years of service. “It shows what the power of people standing together can do,” said Tom Strickland, a business agent at Local 662. Elder MacDonald is an employee of Dairyland/Saputo and has been a member of Teamsters Local #464 since 1989.

Brent is currently a steward at the dairy and has also held many positions such as foremen and first aid escorts. Edmonton (297 production employees) and Unifor, Local 445. . .