Continued correspondence with regard to the request to meet issued by York University on May 24th, 2018. CUPE 3903 email response to York York's response to CUPE 3903
York University responded to CUPE 3903's Bargaining Team letter.
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.
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.
Letter to the York community concerning York University's Unfair Labour Practice complaint against CUPE 3903
On May 17, 2018, York University made the decision to file an Unfair Labour Practice complaint against CUPE 3903 and to seek assistance from the Ontario Labour Relations Board.
Last night, the University responded to a letter received from CUPE 3903's bargaining team on Wednesday, May 16th. Click below to read both the full letters.
Last night, the University responded to a letter received from CUPE 3903's bargaining team on Monday, May 14th. Click below to read both the full letters.
This morning, the University responded to a letter from CUPE 3903 bargaining team received late yesterday which referred to a ‘new settlement framework.’ Click below to view the two letters. York Letter To CUPE 3903 CUPE 3903 Letter To York Click here to read the full letters. Update – Emails To Students Please click here to read recent information sent to parents/families and students by the Vice President Students regarding remediation, the summer term and Convocation. Update – New CUPE 3903 Member FAQs Please click here to view new FAQs for CUPE 3903 Members updated on May 11, 2018.
We have reviewed your letter of last night, your press release and the communication posted to your social media. We understand that you did not bring our Terms of Settlement offers provided to you on May 8 to your membership for a vote or for discussion.
This letter is to express the full support of the York University Board of Governors Executive Committee for the senior administration led by Dr. Rhonda Lenton in addressing the ongoing labour dispute with CUPE 3903.