Vernon Collective Agreement

CUPE Local 626 and the City of Vernon have ratified a five-year collective agreement that will last until 2023. “Council wishes to express its appreciation for the hard work done by both bargaining teams in concluding negotiations and securing this five-year collective agreement,” said Mayor Victor Cumming. “The Board appreciates the excellent work our collaborators contribute to the success of our community and looks forward to the continuation of positive working relationships.” The terms of the agreement provide for additional wage increases of 2% per year for the duration of the five-year agreement. In addition, the agreement contains small adjustments and several changes to housekeeping. The agreement also includes “small adjustments and several budget changes,” the city`s statement reads. The City of Vernon and members of CUPE Local 626 have put in place a five-year collective agreement for the period of the 1st It was ratified on January 1, 2019 and December 31, 2023. The agreement provides for incremental wage increases of 2% per year over five years. READ MORE: Good Citizen Nominations Sought in Vernon….