UPDATE REGARDING THE JUNE 30th 2016 VACATION PAY PAYOUT
1. Anyone on direct deposit would have received their vacation pay electronically on or before July 4th.
2. Due to the pending postal strike, the cheques were not mailed and they were available for pick-up by the Members until July 11th.
3. As Canada Post has agreed to a 30 day cooling off period, the cheques that were not picked-up by July 11th will be mailed on July 12th.
As you may be aware, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers has indicated that they will be in a labour disruption position as of July 1 2016 if a new collective agreement cannot be reached.
Manion has reviewed its Business Continuity Plans to identify potentially impacted areas and contingency plans for those Members who have not enlisted in Direct Deposit. These include:
Should the strike continue beyond July 15th, we will advise you of the process that will be followed regarding the July remittance forms.
Manion will continue to monitor the progress of the labour disruption and advise of any changes to the contingency plans.
Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
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Lisa Watt BES, CEBS
500-21 Four Seasons Place
Toronto, ON M9B 0A5
T 416.234.3538 / 1.800.263.5621
Welcome to the new online home of Carpenters’ Local 27, a local union that represents over 7,500 men and women working across the GTA and surrounding areas.
It is my hope that this newly designed website will provide you with informative content highlighting services and resources available for both members and those wanting to join and learn more about the Carpenters’ Union.
As President of Local 27, it is my responsibility to ensure that all members have access to fair wages, benefits and a secure pension plan. Training is one of the most important aspects of being a member of the Carpenters’ Union. Every member has access to training and upgrading opportunities including both occupational health and safety training along with skill building training for both apprentices and journeypersons.
For well over a century, the Carpenters’ Union across Canada and the United States has worked with industry and government to ensure the rights of our members are protected and that members are given the opportunity to earn a good wage for a good days work. Local 27 members are quality conscious tradespeople committed to our craft. Our record is impeccable and contractors trust our members to be the most productive while being the safest, resulting in the highest quality work.
At home and abroad, the Carpenters’ Union contributes to creating a stronger society while building the infrastructure and opportunity for our future. Please take some time to explore our new online home, and if you have any feedback or comments about the website, please connect with us under the Contact Us section of the website.
Yours in solidarity,
President, Carpenters and Allied Workers Local 27