Port Hawkesbury Paper Collective Agreement

If you want a copy of your collective agreement on paper, talk to your trustee. If you don`t know who your administrator is or how to contact your office, contact the CUPE office near you. Port Hawkesbury Paper continued to invest in its thermomechanical pulp business to improve paper production. The company also operates 523,000 hectares of the Crown. Allan Eddy is the Director of the Mill for Business Development, a role he has held since August. The reopening of the mill was supported by a US$124.5 million aid package out of a $10 provincial dollar. The study is not something that the mill is loaded under the terms of this agreement, Eddy said. Following recent negotiations with the Province of Nova Scotia, which have recently been restarted, it appears that the final sale of the mill will be completed on Friday, September 28, 2012, with the adoption of a Richmond County Council proposal on the property tax. If all goes according to plan, the mill will reopen in October of this year. Copies of the new collective agreement will be available after the final sale. Image: thechronicleherald.caThe 9 July 2012 the Nova Scotia Labor Council filed an injunction in the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union, Local 972, which certified the combination of three previously separate bargaining units, Mill, Clerical Division and Woodlands Division, as a bargaining unit for employees of the NewPage paper pulp and paper plant in Port Hawkes NS. The plant has 550 mills and 67 forestry workers. The former factory at the factory produces newsprint, while the newest paper produces for magazines and catalogues.

If you have questions about your rights in the workplace, the best person you can talk to is your steward or local leader. You will know the details of your agreement. “I think it was important to show us and the province the value that the company brings,” he said in an interview. All CUPE members work under the protection of a collective agreement called a collective agreement. Your local union negotiates the terms of the agreement. Elected local union leaders also work with the employer to resolve workplace issues. Unifor ACL will hold briefings to prepare for upcoming discussions with Bell on our next collective agreement. The meetings will be held in June in the four Atlantic provinces.

The information sessions scheduled […] “The people here at the mill really put their shoulder behind the wheel to produce the best paper, and it was very well accepted on the market,” Eddy said. Under its former director of business development, the late Marc Dube, the mill had worked in certain sectors to diversify its operations. Eddy said that in the next 12-18 months he would focus on another commercial activity at the Point Tupper site, with opportunities like biorefinery and onshore aquaculture, but it is too early to discuss these projects in detail. The site has a wharf and rail access and excess storage capacity that offer other opportunities, Eddy said. The plant offers an estimated 325 direct full-time equivalents and 700 indirect jobs. The average mill income is 44 per cent higher than the average industrial wage in Nova Scotia. In accordance with the employment contract concluded at the reopening of the plant, unionized employees agreed to a 10-year contract without a pay increase. The argument for reopening the mill, which produces super-calendered paper for the catalogues, magazines and flyers market, was built on the mill, which is one of the best facilities of its kind in the world, he added.