Collective agreement signed in Rosemère
The Town of Rosemère and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), local 4756, white and blue collar workers, are proud to announce that a collective agreement has been signed by both parties. At the union’s general meeting held on January 9, the majority of salaried employees in attendance voted in favour of this agreement.
This renewed collective agreement, which runs until 2019, calls for a 2% increase in salaries for the years 2015 and 2016, and 2.3% for the years 2017, 2018 and 2019. Modifications were also made to certain clauses, notably those relating to work bonuses and the establishment of a group insurance study committee.
Rosemère mayor Madeleine Leduc expressed her pleasure with the renewal of the collective agreement covering its blue and white-collar workers. "Negotiations with the parties involved made it possible to come to an equitable agreement in a climate of collaboration. My thanks to all who joined forces to come to an agreement that takes into account the interests of all the parties involved, in a spirit of sound management of the public purse for the benefit of our taxpayers,” she concluded.