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“I would like to personally congratulate all UBC Child Care members for ratifying their new agreement and thank the elected bargaining committee for their hard work in securing this agreement,” said Paul Finch, Treasurer of BCGEU. The new collective agreement is for a five-year period (2014-2019) with planned wage increases of 5.5% plus dividends for economic stability. UBC Childcare confirmed that all deduction premiums will be included in the salary scale and will become retirement income from April 1, 2015 “We are very pleased to be able to translate with withholding premiums into regular wages,” said Andrea Duncan, Vice-President of BCGEU, which represents early childhood educators. “Many parents send their application to uBC Childcare Services when they first become pregnant, in the hope that their child will finally be admitted years later. The special feature of UBC Childcare is the commitment and patience of bcgeu/NUPGE early childhood educators, who retain the best of the children who supervise them,” explains Duncan. Starting in 2018, the more than 120 BCGEU/NUPGE members will be accredited to the Early Childhood Educators of B.C (ECEBC) at UBC Childcare Services. As part of this agreement, UBC pays for these accreditation fees. Thse members are all licensed early childhood educators. UBC Childcare Services operates 26 child care programs or approximately 550 licensed child care spaces, as well as an independent kindergarten. BCGEU/NUPGE is the largest child care union in British Columbia, representing more than 1,500 early childhood educators in 150 bargaining units. CUPE 116 Collective Agreement Aquatic Centre Collective Agreement Vancouver (January 15, 2015) – Members of the B.C. Government and Service Employees` Union (BCGEU/NUPGE) who work as early childhood educators at the University of British Columbia (UBC) Childcare Services ratified their new 87 per cent collective agreement on January 12.

Collective Agreement (pdf)See also: Wage scales BCGEU website Sun Life Brochure (pdf) Main Page Benefits Advanced Health Services Employees working on the Point Grey Campus as trades, hotels and restaurants, technicians and research assistants, as well as in a wide range of positions covered by Schedule A. CUPE 116`s CUPE 116 agreement, also represents Aquatic Centre staff under a separate collective agreement. Contact International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local 115 4333 Ledger Avenue Burnaby, BC V5G 3T3 Tel: 604 291 8831 Free: 1 888 486 3115 Fax: 604,473 5235E-mailiuoe115.ca Faculty of Education, Research and Research.