In March, your Urban Fare Bargaining Committee will begin negotiating parts of your contract to get better terms. Read more below to learn more about bargaining, find out where to ask questions, and get involved.
Your questions about the bargaining process answered.
You have a legal right to be involved in union activity, and we are allowed to speak to workers at their workplace. You shouldn’t get in any trouble for discussing the union negotiations at work.
Your vote is confidential! So unless you share how you voted, no one will know.
Your union Representative, Lucy Everett, can be contacted by email at email@example.com.
You can call her at 604-868-1405.
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.
Your bargaining committee is working to renegotiate your existing contract before a full contract renewal takes place in 2025. This is referred to as a contract re-opener.
We have confirmed bargaining dates with the Employer and will be meeting to get negotiations underway March 6-8 and March 12-14.
Speak to your union representatives during our store tour on February 6th, or attend our online membership meeting on February 27 from 7pm to 8pm, where we will review bargaining priorities and to answer your questions prior to the commencement of bargaining. We will send more information on how you can participate when we get a little closer to the date. You can also reach out to your bargaining committee members directly or contact your union at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you have.
We’ll keep you posted on what is happening at the bargaining table with Urban Fare.
If you’re not on our email list yet, please reach out to us at email@example.com with your full name, store name and number, employee ID, email address, and cell phone number.