To view our current collective agreement (November 1, 2015 to April 30, 2019), please click here: 3Collective_Agreement_-_FinalRev3.0-May-2017 Use EU commercial enterprises to get 20% of the work. They currently receive only 10%. Alberta`s oil field is slow. The slow oil field usually means a slow economy. A slow economy means less work. I would like to know whether public sector unions are also under pressure from pay returns. Because those of us who work will have less money to pay taxes. Unions have granted working monopolies at some industrial sites www.qp.alberta.ca/documents/Regs/2009_029.pdf Gov`t has created a tax structure that allows oil companies to defer royalties by depreciating construction costs. The LU 424 negotiating committee asks for your vote. Please send your suggestions or comments or what you want to see in the collective agreement and send it to the following email: [email protected] This has created a moral hazard where oil sands companies have stopped dealing with cost control.
Of course, you can`t agree, because this is a pc website, but profitability is clearly explained. Here`s a short version: It`s an 18% paycut. The reason for the cut is that they try to be more competitive. The lack of industrial projects has dried up the subsidy, so now the commercial guys feel it. What is your sincere opinion on this? I don`t think it`s going to solve the problem. The problem is not working. Unions have taken advantage of work in industrial sites to subsidize labor in commercial projects It is wrong, but 40 hours with a lower rate beat unemployment. Good luck, brother. This 20% reduction hurts, but if you`re an entrepreneur, you may have seen that prices have been reduced by 50%. In 716, we reduced our wages in the late 1980s. I wasn`t there at the time, but all the vintage cars agree that it didn`t help us get a job, and it took us about 10 years to get back to where we were.
Yes, that`s it. I`ve talked to a lot of old dogs. They are all worried because they don`t have much time. I understand that the Union`s salary was about $40 an hour? Does that mean that wages have fallen to $32.80 an hour, or did I misunderstand? It`s a massive discount. I myself have agreed to a pay cut in Saskatchewan to start a new service job, but I am not a union member. Non-union companies are in direct competition with them, and many have already laid off tons of boys and reduced their rates. I am surprised that a union has done that, but I think it is good. Stay competitive and keep the landing work going.
When the economy gets tight and there is less work, all the big dogs offer on any job. You go from 1 to 5 jobs to earn 1 in 50. They have no choice but to be competitive. pcinyyc.com/2012/01/17/amend-the-labour-code-to-eliminate-unethical-bid-subsidy-schemes/, I hope that private commercial enterprises will not follow suit. What happens if non-unionized companies stop having jobs? I want some budgetary reserve from people in the public sector. Whenever it is proposed that the AB government implement a wage freeze, a hiring freeze or a payback, they take the proposal and compare it to Ralph Klein, who will demolish the hospitals. Perhaps some seniors can comment on what happened in the 1990s, when the same thing happened.