How much does a CUPE National Rep make?

How much does a CUPE National Rep make?

Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Salaries

Job Title Salary
Senior Officer salaries – 2 salaries reported $127,742/yr
Senior Labour Negotiator salaries – 1 salaries reported $115,088/yr
Director salaries – 1 salaries reported $120,682/yr
National Representative salaries – 1 salaries reported $125,254/yr

How much do union presidents make in Canada?

Frequently asked questions about a Cupe President salaries The highest salary for a a Cupe President in Canada is $376,227 per year. The lowest salary for a a Cupe President in Canada is $56,638 per year.

Is CUPE a government?

CUPE is the major union for direct government employees and provincial crown corporations in New Brunswick and Quebec. In most other provinces, the provincial affiliates of the National Union of Provincial and General Employees (NUPGE) are the predominant unions representing direct government employees.

Is CUPE an organization?

CUPE is a founding union of the Canadian Labour Congress, the umbrella organization for the Canadian labour movement. Globally, CUPE is a proud and active affiliate of Public Service International.

What are the pros and cons of a union?

Pro 1: Unions provide worker protections.

  • Pro 2: Unions promote higher wages and better benefits.
  • Pro 3: Unions are economic trend setters.
  • Pro 4: Political organizing is easier.
  • Con 2: Labor unions discourage individuality.
  • Con 3: Unions make it harder to promote and terminate workers.
  • Con 4: Unions can drive up costs.

Who are the National servicing representatives for CUPE?

This essay focuses on the evolving role of National Servicing Representatives (national reps for short) within CUPE over a 35 year time period (from about 1980 to the present). These findings are based upon my own research on CUPE Local 1063, which represents approximately 450 public sector workers at the Manitoba Workers Compensation Board (WCB).

How does the CUPE work with the employer?

All CUPE members work under the protection of a contract called a collective agreement. Your local union bargains the terms of the agreement. Elected local union leaders also work with the employer to resolve problems in the workplace. If you have questions about your rights at work, the best person to talk to is your steward or local executive.

Who is the vice president of CUPE 8920?

If you are a CUPE 8920 member and need help dealing with an issue at work, please talk to your Vice Presidents. Click on map for your area representative.

Who was the national rep for CUPE 1063?

Sandra Oakley was the national rep for CUPE 1063 for almost 20 years from 1981-2000. She worked at Manitoba Hydro and was active in the local there (CUPE Local 998), particularly on the women’s committees, before going to labour college and becoming a national rep in 1981. [3]