Power Workers Union Collective Agreement Hydro One
TORONTO, July 21, 2020 /CNW/ – Hydro One Inc. („Hydro One“) is pleased to announce interim agreements for two collective agreements with the Power Workers` Union („PWU“), which include approximately 3,800 permanent workers and approximately 1,400 casual employees in critical front-line rollers across the company`s business lines in Ontario. PWU members are called the Ontario Power Generation (Nuclear) through the Canadian Joint Union of Skilled Workers (CUSW) /PWU Dispatch for all power trades. The craftsmen are led by the Construction Union (BTU) under the Chestnut Park Accord Addendum. In addition to these agreements, Hydro One has collective agreements directly with the following construction unions (BTU): The collective agreements between Hydro One Inc. and PWU include approximately 3,800 permanent workers and approximately 1,500 contingent employees in critical front-line roles in the company`s Ontario operations. The declaration and destination form describes collective agreements and wage plans in place in the area in which the work is performed. PWU members are referred to Hydro One through the Canadian Joint Union of Skilled Workers (CUSW) /PWU Dispatch for all mechanical, electrical, forestry and non-Genoese companies (p.B. Protection and Control Technologists, Readers Meter). Certified and unse certified civilian workers are expelled by the International Union of North American Workers (LiUNA) through the PWU.
„These agreements between Hydro One and the Power Workers Union reflect our shared commitment to work together on behalf of our customers and communities, to have their voices and to take action to meet their needs,“ said Mark Poweska, President and CEO of Hydro One. „We look forward to continuing to work positively with PWU management, which represents our front-line staff, which provides safe, reliable and affordable electricity to communities across Ontario.“ EU members will now vote on these preliminary agreements, with the results expected by the end of September. Form B → provisions of collective agreements does not apply; If the CEF finds that the work must be completed as Form B, the contractor is not required to comply with the provisions of the collective agreements, but must pay a „fair“ rate of pay, as described in the Form B communication. An electronic working paper is published and contains the following information: The PWU has negotiated collective lease agreements with the following employers as part of its collective agreements: there are currently 18 (18) different collective agreements of the Electrical Power Systems Construction Association (EPSCA).