CPC Global Offer: What’s Missing?

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Sunday June 26 2016
2015-2019/125
Bulletin No 25

The Global Offer of Canada Post contains many serious rollbacks and inadequate proposals. Also it fails to address many of our demands. Here are a few of them.

Our Demands

Canada Post Position

1.

Wage increase above inflation

No

2.

Hourly rate for RSMCs

No

3.

Pay for all hours worked for RSMC

No

4.

Equal Pay and benefits for RSMCs

No

5.

Single bundle for letter carriers 

No

6.

Strengthen the right to refuse

No

7.

Increase full-time jobs in Group 1

No

8.

Full job security for all regular employees

No

9.

Substantial wage adjustment for Groups 3 and 4

No: $0.50 per hour for some 

10.

Eliminate low wages for new hires

No

11.

Top up benefits for parental and compassionate leave

No

12.

Improve rights and benefits for temporary employees and OCREs

No

13.

One collective agreement for Urban and RSMCs

No

14.

Recognition of social stewards in collective agreement

No

15.

Guaranteed number of hours for RSMCs

No

16.

New classification for heavy duty vehicle mechanics 

No

17.

Increased hours at retail counters

No

18.

Introduce new services such as banking, internet

No

19.

No contracting out of work

No

20.

Restore sick leave

No

21.

100% pay for injury-on-duty

No

22.

Ergonomic studies on new equipment and work methods

No

23.

Prior to hiring from outside offer urban positions to RSMCs

No

24.

Restore door-to-door delivery where it was removed 

No

Canada Post management must realize that meeting the demands of postal 

workers is necessary to obtain a negotiated collective agreement.

Sylvain Lapointe
Chief Negotiator, Urban Unit
George Floresco
Chief Negotiator, RSMC Unit