You are part of a multicultural and interprofessional union with a complete collective knowledge and know-how This offers security for you and your employees and your families today and on the move. This means that your job is safe and your wages and benefits are negotiated through collective bargaining. Being a teamster is more than just complaints and collective agreements. It is also about helping those who need it, supporting communities and building a better country. They are part of a multicultural, inter-professional union with complete collective knowledge and know-how. As a member of Local 855, you support membership equality. These include addressing gender gaps and promoting equal employment for women, local workers, youth, people with disabilities and immigrants. . Being a trade unionist guarantees respect, justice, equality, fairness and dignity in the workplace. IN YOUR WORKPLACE, there is a support team that guides you and takes care of your employees. This team includes Shop Stewards and Local Union 855 Representatives. Together, they promote fairness in the workplace and allow you to defend your rights and benefits.
For more than a century, the Union of Teamsters has been defending workers` rights and contributing to the improvement of their quality of life. Our success is a testament to those who came before us, who came together to form a union and a labour movement. Union membership means that you are part of a collective agreement with your employer. They are protected from any unexpected changes in their employment. On the question of the Labour Relations Act, R.S.N.L. 1990, Chapter L-1 and a claim under Section 19 (2) of the Act and an application under Section 19 (2) of the Act concern Harold Scott Tizzard and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 1620 and Pennecon Limited L.R.B.D. 1 LRB File 5744 of 04 February 2020 . In the Labour Relations Act case, RSNL 1990, Chapter L-1 and a complaint under Section 130 of the Act, Bradley Frank King and United Steel, Paper and Forestry, Rubber, Manufacturing, Energy, Allied Industrial and Service Workers International Union (United Steelworkers), Local 5795 and Rio Tinto (Iron Ore Company of Canada) L.R.B.D. No. 2 LRB File No. 5651 updated 26 February 2019 .
You will find the full text of the following decisions of the board of directors via our decision-making system of the employment agency or via the file number contained in the decision: . . . On the issue of the Public Service Collective Bargaining Act, RSNL 1990 v. P-42 and a request under section 43.1, point c), the Act, Her Majesty, the Queen in Law of Newfoundland and Labrador (represented by the Treasury Board) and the Canadian Union of Public Employees, 488, 879, 4934, 4935, 4936, 4937, 4937, 4938, 4939 and 5078 L.R.B.D.