- York University responded to CUPE 3903's Bargaining Team letter. Click here to continue reading the latest update.Continue reading this update.
- The following invitation to meet was sent to CUPE 3903 - Unit 2: We would like to arrange a meeting with the Unit 2 bargaining team to discuss the Unit 2 specific barriers to settlement and to look for potential resolution, including the use of interest arbitration, to your current strike. Click here to continue reading the latest update.Continue reading this update.
- Since the start of negotiations and throughout the strike the University has maintained a call for respect, including in response to harassing or abusive behaviour by and against CUPE 3903 members and supporters. Click here to continue reading the latest update.Continue reading this update.
Just the Facts
Collective agreement negotiations occur between a bargaining agent (the union) as the certified representative of a group of employees under the Labour Relations Act (a bargaining unit) with the employer.
The current strike is actually three strikes involving three distinct bargaining units, each with its own collective agreement. While represented by one Union, each of these bargaining units (Units 1, 2 and 3) is a separate and distinct group of employees under the Labour Relations Act.Click here to continue reading.