The bargaining committee wants to know your priorities for the upcoming round.
On December 20, CAPE sent its notice to bargain to the Employer (Treasury Board).
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) announced today that CAPE’s Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer (OPBO) group voted in favor of a new collective agreement.
The current collective agreement covering your terms and conditions of employment expires on June 21, 2022. CAPE will file a notice to bargain to commence negotiations toward a new agreement in early 2022.
PRESS RELEASE: CAPE reaches tentative collective agreement with the Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) is pleased to announce that a tentative agreement has been reached with the Employer for the Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer (OPBO) bargaining unit.
Your Collective Bargaining Team met with the employer’s bargaining team on October 6 for the purpose of continuing negotiations that started on August 4.
Your TR Collective Bargaining Committee will soon be resuming its activities You should all have received an invitation to the pre-bargaining survey. It is very important to…
This spring, CAPE issued a call for volunteers for the OPBO Collective Bargaining Committee. We received three applications, and all were approved by the National Executive Committee to form the Collective Bargaining Committee for the 2021 round of collective bargaining.
This spring, CAPE issued a call for volunteers for the EC Collective Bargaining Committee. We have received many applications and the National Executive Committee has approved eighteen members and two alternates in the case the need arises.