UFCW 1518 Files Unfair Labour Practice Against Sephora

Today, UFCW 1518 filed an Unfair Labour Practice (ULP) with the BC Labour Relations Board against Sephora in Kamloops, the first unionized store in Canada.

UFCW 1518 has been negotiating with Sephora for over a year to make significant wage improvements not only for union members but all Sephora workers in BC. The union has received reports that Sephora workers were feeling threatened by management and were at risk of losing wages and benefits.

The Kamloops store became the first unionized Sephora in Canada in the summer of 2022 when workers organized to seek greater respect, equity and wage fairness in their workplace. After forming their union, the workers successfully fought for compensation for time spent waiting for bag checks, which sometimes forced workers to wait up to 30 minutes without pay after their shifts. The paid bag check time became company policy at all Sephora stores in Canada following the union’s advocacy.

“We are extremely disappointed to hear from our members that Sephora is using these tactics,” said UFCW 1518 President Kim Novak. “We expect better from this company. That means Sephora coming to the bargaining table with an offer we can bring back to our members that includes significant wage increases, better flexibility and respect for the work they do. We are ready and willing to work with Sephora–but we need to see respect for our members in the process.”  

The union is fighting for significant wage increases, assurance of health benefits, retention of store bonuses, and more at the bargaining table. Once negotiations are complete, all workers at the Kamloops Sephora store will have the opportunity to vote on the tentative contract. From there, the Sephora Kamloops union can fight for further wage and workplace improvements in their next collective agreement.

If you are a Sephora worker and would like to know more about the benefits of joining a union, you can reach out at join@ufcw1518.com or go to ufcw1518.com/join.

Preparing for a Strike Vote at Safeway and FreshCo Pharmacy

For over eight months, UFCW 1518 has been in bargaining with Sobeys—the corporation that owns Safeway. In over 36 days of bargaining, Sobeys has barely moved on their wage offer, which is less than 1% in some years of the proposed contract.

Escalation may be necessary to fight for a fair deal. What are the next steps in preparing for a strike vote at Sobeys/Safeway, and what does this mean for members? Click on the items below to learn more.

A strike authorization vote authorizes the union to have the option to serve strike notice if we are unable to reach an agreement. It is also a strong show of solidarity for the bargaining committee, helping them to return to the bargaining table with a strong mandate from members. The bargaining committee can then push Sobeys to make a better wage offer.

No, a strike authorization vote is a step in escalation and does not mean we will automatically issue a strike notice. Ultimately, our committee is fighting for a fair deal for Safeway members. After the strike authorization vote, we will return to the bargaining table to show Sobeys we are serious about fighting for a fair deal—but our goal is to reach an agreement without having to serve strike notice.

Yes, UFCW 1518 members will receive picket pay in the event a strike, so long as they show up to their picket shifts:

  • $450 per week for 24 hours of picketing
  • $350 per week for 16 hours of picketing

While there is a required minimum number of hours to receive picket pay, members are encouraged, where reasonable, to contribute more hours on the picket line ­‑­ roughly the number of hours they would typically work when possible.

Alternative duties may be available for members who are unable to walk the picket line.

Our union will coordinate other ways for members who can’t formally strike to get involved and show their solidarity through other kinds of actions. 

If another union (such as UFCW 247 or the Bakers Union) serves strike notice in your store, UFCW 1518 members would not cross this picket line, and would receive the equivalent picket pay. We will keep you informed if this happens in your store.

We are forming a new Contract Support Team that can help coordinate members and keep them updated in the event we need to prepare to take job action

If you are interested in joining our Contract Support Team, click here.

Make sure you are receiving communications from your union and don’t hesitate to be in touch with your union rep to make sure you know the latest information.

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No, for international students, there will be no impact. If there is a dispute, you are eligible to work up to 20 hours per week but not required to do so. You would be entitled to up to 20 hours of picket pay a week.

If you hold a work permit and there is a dispute, there is no impact on your work permit if you are on strike or locked out. You would also be entitled to receive picket pay. Depending on the nature of your work permit, you may be able to work for a different employer during any labour dispute.

The bargaining committee has unanimously agreed that NOW is the time to take a strike authorization vote. They are calling for members to vote before the committee returns to the bargaining table on September 20 and show Sobeys that they are united in fighting for a fair contract.

The strike authorization vote will be held online from Tuesday, September 12 at 9 am PDT to Thursday, September 14 at 3 pm PDT.

You will receive your voting credentials to your email address on Tuesday, September 12 at 9 am PDT.

Anyone who does not receive their voting credentials on September 12 can call the union office at 1-800-661-3708 during our extended office hours to request them, after verifying their identity.

Anyone requiring in-person assistance to vote can come to the UFCW 1518 office at 350 Columbia St. in New Westminster. The office will be open from 8:30 am to 7 pm PDT on Tuesday, September 12 and Wednesday, September 13. Regular office hours resume on Thursday, September 14—you can come vote at the office until 3 pm PDT.

All UFCW 1518 members who work at Safeway stores and FreshCo Pharmacies in Zone 1 (Lower Mainland to Whistler) will have the right to vote. Voting YES means that you support your bargaining committee’s recommendation to authorize a strike and demand a better contract than what Sobeys is offering.

Due to existing language in your collective agreement, members outside of Zone 1, won’t be able to participate in the current strike authorization vote. However, you will have many opportunities to support fellow union members, who will rely on your solidarity to fight for the best possible deal for all Safeway and FreshCo Pharmacy workers. We will share more details in the coming weeks. 

A strike is when union members collectively withdraw their labour. Rather than going to work, union members will form a picket line outside of their workplace and refuse to return to their jobs until the employer puts forward a fair contract offer.

As workers, our labour is our power. An effective strike shows our power to the employer and puts pressure on them to negotiate fairly and meet our demands.

We don’t know exactly how long a dispute could last—no one does. But we are several steps away from this.

Ultimately, bargaining ends with an agreement—one that both sides can ratify (that means the Employer and the Union members). And if that happens before a dispute… great! If not, a dispute may be necessary, but it will ultimately end when both sides reach a tentative agreement that ratifies.

If our strike successfully shows the employer that we will not back down until we get what we deserve, the hope is that the strike will end with a better contract that addresses members’ priorities.

We will provide members with all of the information they need to make an informed decision well ahead of job action.

Union representatives will make frequent store visits to keep members updated and answer your questions, and as always we will continue to keep members updated via emails, telephone town halls, social media, texts, and the Sobeys Bargaining Page.

Ensure that your contact info with us is up-to-date. You can update your info with union reps or members of the bargaining committee when you see them in-store, or you can send your full name, workplace name and number, Employee ID, email address, and cell phone number to reception@ufcw1518.com

No! Your vote is confidential! So unless you share how you voted, no one will know.

A strike authorization vote authorizes the union to have the option to serve strike notice if we are unable to reach an agreement. It is also a strong show of solidarity for the bargaining committee, helping them to return to the bargaining table with a strong mandate from members. The bargaining committee can then push Sobeys to make a better wage offer.

No, a strike authorization vote is a step in escalation and does not mean we will automatically issue a strike notice. Ultimately, our committee is fighting for a fair deal for Safeway members. After the strike authorization vote, we will return to the bargaining table to show Sobeys we are serious about fighting for a fair deal—but our goal is to reach an agreement without having to serve strike notice.

The bargaining committee has unanimously agreed that NOW is the time to take a strike authorization vote. They are calling for members to vote before the committee returns to the bargaining table on September 20 and show Sobeys that they are united in fighting for a fair contract.

The strike authorization vote will be held online from Tuesday, September 12 at 9 am PDT to Thursday, September 14 at 3 pm PDT.

You will receive your voting credentials to your email address on Tuesday, September 12 at 9 am PDT.

Anyone who does not receive their voting credentials on September 12 can call the union office at 1-800-661-3708 during our extended office hours to request them, after verifying their identity.

Anyone requiring in-person assistance to vote can come to the UFCW 1518 office at 350 Columbia St. in New Westminster. The office will be open from 8:30 am to 7 pm PDT on Tuesday, September 12 and Wednesday, September 13. Regular office hours resume on Thursday, September 14—you can come vote at the office until 3 pm PDT.

All UFCW 1518 members who work at Safeway stores and FreshCo Pharmacies in Zone 1 (Lower Mainland to Whistler) will have the right to vote. Voting YES means that you support your bargaining committee’s recommendation to authorize a strike and demand a better contract than what Sobeys is offering.

Members not in Zone 1 will have many opportunities to support fellow union members, who will rely on your solidarity to fight for the best possible deal for all Safeway and FreshCo Pharmacy workers.

A strike is when union members collectively withdraw their labour. Rather than going to work, union members will form a picket line outside of their workplace and refuse to return to their jobs until the employer puts forward a fair contract offer.

As workers, our labour is our power. An effective strike shows our power to the employer and puts pressure on them to negotiate fairly and meet our demands.

Yes, UFCW 1518 members will receive picket pay in the event a strike, so long as they show up to their picket shifts:

  • $450 per week for 24 hours of picketing
  • $350 per week for 16 hours of picketing

Alternative duties may be available for members who are unable to walk the picket line.

We don’t know exactly how long a dispute could last—no one does. But we are several steps away from this.

Ultimately, bargaining ends with an agreement—one that both sides can ratify (that means the Employer and the Union members). And if that happens before a dispute… great! If not, a dispute may be necessary, but it will ultimately end when both sides reach a tentative agreement that ratifies.

If our strike successfully shows the employer that we will not back down until we get what we deserve, the hope is that the strike will end with a better contract that addresses members’ priorities.

Our union will coordinate other ways for members who can’t formally strike to get involved and show their solidarity through other kinds of actions. 

If another union (such as UFCW 247 or the Bakers Union) serves strike notice in your store, UFCW 1518 members would not cross this picket line, and would receive the equivalent picket pay. We will keep you informed if this happens in your store.

Union representatives will make frequent store visits to keep members updated and answer your questions, and as always we will continue to keep members updated via emails, telephone town halls, social media, texts, and the Sobeys Bargaining Page.

Ensure that your contact info with us is up-to-date. You can update your info with union reps or members of the bargaining committee when you see them in-store, or you can send your full name, workplace name and number, Employee ID, email address, and cell phone number to reception@ufcw1518.com

We are forming a new Contract Support Team that can help coordinate members and keep them updated in the event we need to prepare to take job action

If you are interested in joining our Contract Support Team, click here.

Make sure you are receiving communications from your union and don’t hesitate to be in touch with your union rep to make sure you know the latest information.

– Wear your Respect Retail Workers pin at work

Fighting For a Fair Contract at Safeway

As you know, we have been negotiating with Sobeys for six months now, with over 38 days of bargaining. Despite our efforts, the union and the employer continue to be very far apart in our positions.

We had expected Sobeys to come to the table in August to finally move closer to a settlement. Instead, they cancelled the scheduled dates, once again delaying progress in reaching a tentative agreement. We are not scheduled to meet again until Wednesday, September 20.

On Tuesday, August 1, we met with our Advisory Committee, made up of Safeway members from stores and pharmacies across BC to provide a full update on what has happened so far in bargaining, including a summary of the employer’s last proposal.

The employer proposal included:

  • Unacceptable wage increases of 1% in Year 1, a maximum lump sum of $400 in Year 2, and less than 1% in Years 3–5 of the contract for employees at the top rate
  • A wage scale that does NOT recognize members who have been frozen at minimum wage for years, and keeps members frozen when the minimum wage goes up
  • No pathway for meaningful full-time jobs or access to hours
  • Cuts to benefit contributions, unlimited vendor stocking, and more exclusions

Our Advisory Committee were clear on the next steps: it is time to mobilize the membership, educate them about what the employer is doing at the bargaining table, and prepare to fight for a contract that lifts everyone up.

What are we fighting for in this round of bargaining?

  • Wage increases for all employees
  • Stop freezing workers at minimum wage
  • Access to hours and full-time jobs
  • RESPECT for the hard work Safeway members do every day

To be prepared for the September bargaining dates, we need the membership to be well-informed. That is why Bargaining Committee members, Union Reps, and UFCW 1518 leadership will be in stores in the coming weeks, talking to members on all shifts.

As we head into bargaining again in September, we need members to stand together in support of fighting for a fair contract for ALL Sobeys employees. We will need to be ready to escalate our actions, including actively participating in public awareness campaigns and demonstrations and being ready to vote yes in a strike vote. 

In solidarity,

Kim Novak
President, UFCW 1518

Safeway Cancels Remaining Bargaining Dates

Safeway has contacted us and cancelled bargaining dates on August 2-3.

This move by Safeway is appalling. 

The Bargaining Committee has been negotiating with this employer for six months, and in that time, the Employer’s wage offer continues to be extremely insulting with less than 1% wage increases in some years, and NO wage increases in other years for many employees. Safeway also continues to demand concessions on benefits and refuses to agree to a pathway for meaningful full time jobs in the future. 

We believe that Safeway is now using bargaining delays to put more financial pressure on you. Grocery prices continue to rise, and Safeway continues to report profits off the backs of their workers. 

Workers who have dedicated their careers to this employer through a pandemic, natural disasters and disrespectful customer behaviour deserve better. The majority of workers at Safeway make minimum wage, with an extremely high number reporting they can’t afford to shop in the stores where they work so hard. Our Safeway members have not received meaningful wage increases in 10 years, and Safeway still refuses to negotiate a fair contract. 

So what do we do next? 

On August 1, we will meet with our Bargaining Committee and Advisory Committee to discuss our next steps. We need to be ready to escalate action against Safeway, informing the public about what they are doing, and fighting for a fair deal.

We will keep members informed about the next steps, because we need our Safeway members ready to take action.

Save-On-Foods Bargaining Update July 4

Late last week, we reached a tentative agreement with Save-On-Foods that is being recommended by your committee. You and your coworkers made your priorities going into negotiations clear, and the Bargaining Committee worked hard to amplify your voices and address those key issues. Your Bargaining Committee, made up of Save-On-Foods members from across the province, is very proud of the improvements that they were able to secure. That is why they are recommending a YES Vote on the tentative agreement!

So what comes next? Since late last week, our staff and Committee have been planning out the rollout of the terms of the tentative agreement and the voting timeline. Here is a timeline of what you can expect in the coming days and weeks regarding the tentative agreement and how to vote:
 

July 10: Advisory Committee and Steward Zoom Calls

We have committed to ensuring our workplace leaders, including the Advisory Committee and Shop Stewards, are informed about the terms of the tentative agreement first. On Monday, July 10, we are holding Zoom calls with the Save-On-Foods Advisory Committee and with Shop Stewards to go over the details of the tentative agreement so that these worksite leaders can support you and answer any questions you may have. If you are a Shop Steward, we will send you an invite to this meeting shortly.

July 11: Members Receive Tentative Agreement Details

We will email out the tentative agreement, including a summary of what was bargained, the morning of July 11 so that all members have time to review it before the Telephone Town Hall at 7 pm. Bargaining Committee members and staff will also be available to answer any questions you have throughout the week.

July 11: All Member Telephone Town Hall Meeting7pm

We are holding a Telephone Town Hall on July 11 from 7–8 pm PDT. All Save-On-Foods members can attend to hear about the deal and ask questions live. Participating in the Town Hall is as easy as answering your phone. If we don’t have your number, check your email for more information. A reminder for this call will go out on July 10. You can also stream the call live and ask your questions online.

July 12–15: Online Voting Period

Online voting will be held from WEDNESDAY, July 12 @ 12 pm PDT to SATURDAY, July 15 @ 12 pm PDT. Your voting credential will be sent to your email address on Wednesday, July 12.

Frequently Asked Questions:

When can I see the details of the tentative agreement? 📎

We know that you are eager to see the improvements to your wages and working conditions that you will be voting on. These documents will be reviewed with your Advisory Committee and Shop Stewards on July 10. The documents will be available on July 11 for all members to review and ask any questions you have.

Who do I contact if I don’t receive Voting Credentials in my inbox? 🗳️

If you don’t get your credentials on Wednesday, July 12 @ 12 pm, please call 1-800-661-3708 or reception@ufcw1518.com with your full name, employee ID, store number, email address, and phone number.

If you don’t have a computer or consistent access to the internet on your phone or at home, the union will request that your store managers make the onsite computer available for voting so that everyone can participate!

I can’t attend the Telephone Town Hall. How do I get my questions answered?

If you have questions about bargaining, the voting process, or this message please email SOFbargaining@ufcw1518.com. Continue to check your email for updates about the Telephone Town Hall and stay tuned for a detailed summary of the tentative agreement early next week. We will also include those documents on the Save-on-Foods bargaining hub when they are ready.

Again, our Bargaining Committee is strongly recommending this tentative agreement, and we are looking forward to sharing the details with you shortly! Please remember to keep a close eye on your email for all the details as they come out, as well as more voting information. We are doing this vote online to make it as accessible as we can to all members (including those who may be on vacation), and we will have staff monitoring phones and emails to answer any questions you have about the document once it is sent out by email on July 11. Bargaining Committee members and staff will be in as many work locations as we can reach beginning July 11. Please ensure all of your coworkers have their emails up to date so they get the information that they need to vote.

In solidarity,

Kim Novak
President, UFCW 1518

Save-On-Foods Bargaining Update June 29

Tentative Agreement Reached

After many long days and bargaining into the early hours of this morning, your Bargaining Committee has reached a tentative agreement with Save-On-Foods which they are recommending to members! 

We are now in the process of finalizing the Memorandum of Settlement and explanatory documents. We will be setting up an Advisory Committee meeting, Shop Stewards call, member information meetings, and store visits to review the agreement prior to voting. 

Details will be provided to Save-On-Foods members starting early next week, so please stay tuned to your email for more information on the tentative agreement and upcoming ratification vote.

If you or your co-workers do not receive our emails, now is the time to send us your full name, employee ID, store number, cell phone number, and email address to reception@ufcw1518.com.

In solidarity,

The Save-On-Foods Bargaining Committee:

Jaime Emerson – Abbotsford – Pharmacy Assistant
Jimbo Grant – Maple Ridge  – Cross Classified 
Dave Diamond – Kelowna – Cross Classified 
Erica Jones – Pitt Meadows – Cross Classified  
Josephine Bustin – Tsawwassen – Post-2013 Dept Manager and former Restaurant 
Chris Holowka – Prince George – Cross Classified 
Anita Letendre – North Van – Cross Classified 
Marylou Fonda – Ft St James – Cross Classified 
Joel Simmons – Nanaimo – Post-2013 Dept Manager
Katie Guerin – Kamloops – Cross Classified 
David Gutierrez – Surrey – Cross Classified 
Cheryl Vincenzi – Central Fill – liaison to the committee for Pharmacy discussions

UFCW 1518 Staff Negotiators – Stephen Portman and Ronda Melbourne 

Save-On-Foods Pharmacy Update June 9

Bargaining Progress and Priorities

We are writing to provide you with a special pharmacy-focused update on the recent bargaining sessions between UFCW 1518 and Save-On-Foods, and the outcome of advisory meetings we held with pharmacy members.

UFCW 1518 negotiators and representative pharmacy members, including Pharmacy Assistants, a Script Care Pharmacy Assistant, and a Pharmacy Technician met with the employer, including senior management of the pharmacy division, for a day of discussions.

The discussions centred around enhancing the language in the collective agreement, with a specific focus on addressing the evolving demands placed on pharmacies due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the expanded scope of practice approved by the College of Pharmacists of BC. Pharmacies are now tasked with handling minor ailments, vaccination services, Opioid Agonist Treatment (OATs), and other clinical-based therapies. As a result, our members have experienced an increase in workload and responsibilities. At the same time, the employer has reaped the rewards of this expanded workload in increased profit.

In light of these changes, along with ongoing increases in the cost of living in BC, we are actively fighting for significant improvements to a new wage scale for both Pharmacy Assistants and Pharmacy Technicians. It is imperative that our members’ compensation reflects the increased workload and the educational investments they have made in their pharmacy careers.

Furthermore, we are advocating for the re-classification of Pharmacy Assistants who have completed Registered Pharmacy Technician certification. It is only fair that they are recognized and compensated for the roles that they are trained to perform, reflecting their acquired skills and expertise.

Another key priority for us is to secure enhanced funding for education and training opportunities. We firmly believe that investing in our members’ professional growth is crucial for their career advancement within the pharmacy at Save-On-Foods. By creating a clear pathway for development, we aim to empower our members and provide them with the tools necessary to build successful and fulfilling careers.

We understand the dedication and commitment our pharmacy members demonstrate in their service to customers and patients. We will continue to keep you informed of the bargaining progress and any further developments that arise. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. Your input and engagement are vital in this process.

In solidarity,

Kim Novak
President, UFCW 1518

 

Sobeys Bargaining Update June 21

Your Bargaining Committee met with Sobeys on June 19 and 20 and had expected a substantial improvement from the company’s first wage offer. Unfortunately, that is not what happened. While we had hoped we could report that significant progress was made toward reaching a settlement, the Employer returned to the bargaining table this week with minimal change. Their offer is nowhere close to a fair deal and is not one that we, as your committee, can recommend.

In response, the union tabled a response to the Employer that includes our members’ top priorities: wage increases for top-rate employees, a shorter wage scale, a pathway to full-time positions, access to more hours for all employees, and a short-term contract. We have asked the employer to advise when we can expect a meaningful response to our position—an offer that recognizes the hard work and dedication of our members at Sobeys.

The time has come for us to provide Sobeys members with a full update on where we are at in bargaining. We will be calling our Advisory Committee together, then we will hold a Telephone Townhall for ALL Sobeys members. You will be able to ask all of your questions about bargaining and our next steps.

Sobeys Telephone Townhall, July 5 @ 7 pm PDT

To join, simply answer your phone. We’ll call you!

We will send more information on this special townhall closer to the event

Your Bargaining Committee will be out in stores over the coming weeks engaging with members to provide direct updates and to hear your feedback.

We look forward to speaking with you at the townhall and will continue to provide updates as we progress.

In solidarity,

Angela Crosato, Sobeys 4908, Vancouver
Peter Dombrowski, Sobeys 4920, Surrey
Teresa-Lyne Dziedzic, Sobeys 4920, Surrey
Armin Reyes, Sobeys 4996 Reline Crew
Matt Rose, Sobeys 4974, Cranbrook
Marlene White, Sobeys 4977, Coquitlam
Shiela Scarr, Sobeys 4912, Langley
Jennifer Brown, Sobeys 4966, Vancouver

& UFCW 1518 Staff Negotiators:
Stephen Portman and Ronda Melbourne

 

Save-On-Foods Bargaining Update June 2

Fighting for a Fair Contract

This week we were back to bargaining with Save-On-Foods. And while we anticipated the employer would table a low-wage offer as their first pass, our committee was extremely disappointed by how low the Save-On-Foods starting offer is. 

Their offer, quite frankly, is hard to take seriously. It provides as low as 3% total increase over the term proposed and lump sums in lieu of increases, along with other proposed concessions to the existing language. All of these are unacceptable. Our Bargaining Committee has made this clear to the employer. 
 
After the expansion Save-On-Foods has done over the last several years and with how hard our members are working for the company’s success, to see a wage offer earlier this week that was so minimal was insulting. 

By the end of the week, Save-On-Foods did start to make moves in the right direction. But we have more work to do. We need your support to put the pressure on Save-On-Foods that you want a fair deal—with fair increases—NOW. One way is to keep wearing your Respect Retail Worker buttons. Another is to tell your store manager that workers need more now. 

While we are concerned about how far apart we are from the employer, we do have more bargaining dates scheduled. Monday, June 5, will be focused on Pharmacy issues, and then we are back to the full table from June 21–25. We are preparing for those dates expecting to see significant moves from Save-On-Foods with respect to wage increases and structural improvements that provide a pathway to meaningful wage increases for all members.

Here is a recap of our members’ priorities in this round of bargaining:  

  • Wage increases for ALL members including those at top rate and higher 
  • Significant, equitable wage increases for unionized management 
  • Significant improvements for Pharmacy Assistants and Regulated Techs
  • Removing barriers and wage caps for Service Clerks, Restaurant, Wine Department and Starbucks
  • Improved scheduling language and more ability to move between stores

In solidarity,
 
The Save-On-Foods Bargaining Committee:

Jaime Emerson – Abbotsford – Pharmacy Assistant
Jimbo Grant – Maple Ridge  – Cross Classified 
Dave Diamond – Kelowna – Cross Classified 
Erica Jones – Pitt Meadows – Cross Classified  
Josephine Bustin – Tsawwassen – Post-2013 Dept Manager and former Restaurant 
Chris Holowka – Prince George – Cross Classified 
Anita Letendre – North Van – Cross Classified 
Marylou Fonda – Ft St James – Cross Classified 
Joel Simmons – Nanaimo – Post-2013 Dept Manager
Katie Guerin – Kamloops – Cross Classified 
David Gutierrez – Surrey – Cross Classified 
Cheryl Vincenzi – Central Fill – liaison to the committee for Pharmacy discussions

UFCW 1518 Staff Negotiators – Stephen Portman and Ronda Melbourne