Please see below for resources surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. https://wellness.usask.ca/covid-19.php We will keep you updated as we receive any information. We are monitoring our emails so please send any questions you may have to email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Please read below for an update on the COVID-19 pandemic situation from our CUPE Saskatchewan office. CUPE stands with you during provincial state of emergency to reduce COVID-19 transmission
In light of the current situation regarding COVID-19, our office will be closed as of Friday, March 20th until further notice. We will be monitoring our emails so if you need to contact us, please send an email and one of our reps will get back to you as soon as they can. Thank you for your understanding.
Please read below for an update on the COVID-19 pandemic situation from our CUPE Saskatchewan office. CUPE members in Saskatchewan on the front-line of the COVID-19 pandemic have the support of their union We will continue to update you as we receive information.
In light of the current COVID-19 concerns and to err on the side of caution, the General Membership Meeting scheduled for March 24th has been cancelled until further notice. Thank you for your understanding.
Please click on the link for CUPE’s response to Management’s mail out of April 29th to OUR members. Listed in both PDF and word Response to Management’s Final Offer Mail out to OUR CUPE 1975 members Response to Management’s Final Offer Mail out to OUR CUPE 1975 members
Q: Am I allowed to take bathroom breaks outside of my regularly scheduled break times? A: Though it is preferred you take your bathroom breaks during your scheduled break time, you ARE permitted to take bathroom breaks during your shift. To ensure your area is maintained in your absence, inform your supervisor and co-workers that you will briefly be away. If … Read More
The Employers FAQs Page Can employees who are a part of a bargaining unit that is taking job action still come to work? It is legal to cross the picket line and continue to work during job action. If an employee is interested in crossing the picket line to continue working, their People Leader or HR SBA will assist the … Read More
We continue to receive several questions in regard to vacation and pre-scheduled surgeries. We have presented this question in negotiations on two separate occasions. We have yet to receive an answer. This decision is in the hands of the employer. If you require an answer to this question, please contact your manager and/or Department head.
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