2022 Bargaining Survey – Part 2 / Sondage sur les négociations 2022 – Partie 2

After careful review and analysis of the thousands of replies to Part One of the Bargaining survey, we are pleased to launch the second portion of the survey.

In this short survey you will be able to rank potential bargaining proposals in order of priority. The proposals you will see are based on the replies we received during the first survey. ACCEX reviewed the replies and pulled common threads together to create this survey.  In addition, some proposals were added that fit into the lens of the 10-year framework and could potentially be forwarded to Interest Arbitration, if we are unable to reach a Tentative Agreement with the Employer. You will see both Mainline and Rouge proposals and are able to rank both.

Before continuing to the survey, we encourage all members to review the MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT (MOA) that you will find at the beginning of your Collective Agreement. PDF copies of your Collective Agreement can be found at www.accomponent.ca and hard copies can be obtained by contacting your Local. This MOA contains language which clearly explains the potential three (3) stages of the bargaining re-opener process and rules regarding monetary proposals at Mainline and Rouge.

You will shortly be receiving an email with the link to your survey. We anticipate that it will be within the next 24-hours. Please do not forward or share this email as each link can only be used once.  If you have not received a link after 24-hours, please email contact@accomponent.ca with your name and employee number and we will investigate. This is yet another step in the process as we all work together to find common goals and preferences.  This is the last reopener of the 10-year framework and what we achieve will form a basis of what we will need to build on in 2025 when open bargaining will begin. Our collective labour will be crucial as we strengthen our communications with you and from you. Together there is so much that can be accomplished.

In solidarity,