Nearly 700 employees working in P.E.I. public schools are represented by the Canadian Union of Local Public Employees 3260. Local president Carolyn Vandale said the union had been in contact with staff at the public school branch over the weekend. None of the union presidents stated that the different wage scales were contrary to the provisions of the union agreement for temporary agency workers. The CUPE 3324 collective agreement allows for a limited number of days of emergency leave, Woodbury said. But, he added, members who have traveled abroad may have to be put on sick leave during the 14 days of self-attendance. Olford told the Guardian that federal employees returning from trips abroad since March 8 are being asked for 14 days in a car, in accordance with guidelines from the P.E.I. Public Health Office. Olford said, however, that a provision in the union`s collective agreement, known as ”leave of absence” or code 699, is used to allow people who cannot work due to quarantine to continue receiving their wages. Then you can request that the one-week wait be lifted by calling the government toll-free number at 1-833-381-2725. Applicants typically need a medical certificate and job registrations, although the new rules allow quarantine workers to apply without the first ones.
We have also included below the Canada Emergency Response Benefit Q&A: cupe.ca/canada-emergency-response-benefit-qa A very enthusiastic welcome is given to you, members of CUPE Local 3260. We believe that the summer has been filled with moments of rest and relaxation as well as fun and excitement. On behalf of the CUPE Local 3260 Executive, we wish all members a school year with great success with students and staff. There is no doubt that this will be a year that will pose additional challenges for our members. Together we are stronger, so remember to share kindness and patience, we will all need extra support! For long-term disability and disability insurance, you must be employed by an employer in a classification consistent with Schedule A, B, C or D of the collective agreement between the Province of Prince Edward Island and the Union of Canadian Public Employees, Local 1145, 1770 and 1775 or section 38 of the Local 3260 collective agreement. To participate in the plan, you must be a CUPE member at Local 1145, 1770, 1775 or 3260 and reside in Canada. In addition, depending on the type of coverage, you must meet the following conditions: 3260 – Educational assistants and youth assistants Carolyn Vandaele, president of CUPE Local 3260, which represents educational assistants, said that the 10.5 full-time equivalents hired as EAs would be offered a different salary scale than auxiliaries, as allowed by the current union agreement. . . .