ESIT Canada

ESIT Members Ratify New 2-Year Deal

June 26, 2019

On June 25, 2019, UFCW Local 832 union members working at ESIT voted 94 per cent in favour of accepting a new two-year collective agreement.

Tentative Agreement Reached for members at ESIT Canada.

June 11, 2019

Ratification Vote Session Set for Tuesday, June 25


Please be advised that the ESIT Canada Bargaining Committee comprised of Karen Dietz, Bryce Soulliere and myself are very pleased to inform you that a tentative agreement has been reached with your Employer.

New Name, New Agreement!

September 15, 2017

HP (Hewlett Packard Canada) is now ESIT Canada Enterprises Co.

On September 7, UFCW members have ratified a new two-year deal. The new agreement contains wage increases of 3.8 per cent, stronger language on workload issues and training for employees.

Local 832 represents approximately 45 members in Winnipeg.

Prepping for Hewlett Packard Negotiations

April 26, 2017

The current collective agreement for members working at Hewlett Packard (HP) expired on April 26. Phil Kraychuk, UFCW Local 832 union negotiator, will head up these negotiations.  As such, he has scheduled a proposals meeting to hear the suggestions on what the members would like to see in their new agreement, as well as elect the bargaining committee.
UFCW Local 832 represents approximately 45 employees at HP.


Agreement Reached at HP

June 26, 2015

The bargaining committees at Hewlett Packard (HP) reached a tentative deal on a new collective agreement. The union has scheduled ratification meetings for July 22, so that the HP members can vote on their proposed agreement. At the meeting, a summary of negotiations and the details of the settlement will be reviewed with the members prior to the vote.

Priming for Negotiations at Hewlett Packard

March 24, 2015

The existing collective agreement for union members working at Hewlett Packard expires on April 26. UFCW has already begun to prime for bargaining and as part of the preparation process it hasscheduled a proposals meetings to obtain ideas about what improvements the members would like to see negotiated into the new agreement.

The meetings are scheduled for April 17 at either 9 a.m. or 7 p.m. at the Canad Inns Polo Park. Phil Kraychuk, union negotiator for UFCW Local 832 will head these negotiations.

Winnipeg Hewlett Packard employees ratify first contract

April 27, 2011
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On Tuesday, April 26, the help desk and customer service employees of Hewlett Packard ratified their first collective bargaining agreement (CBA) by 64 per cent.

Hewlett Packard negotiations update

February 23, 2011
Monetary Discussions Begin- Negotiations continue in March Since early January, your committee has met with the employer an additional seven times. The Employer has added a new member to their negotiating committee: Andy Kripp- the new head of Labour Relations for Hewlett Packard. He joins Greg Conner, Laura Desjardins, Bev Tichon, Winston Petrie and Robin Kersey (local legal counsel). The union will continue to make progress, although not as quickly as the committee would like.

Negotiations continue at Hewlett Packard

November 8, 2010
On October 19 the union presented their proposed collective agreement to the Hewlett Packard bargaining team.  The employer had several questions and requested clarification on some items, but promised a full response at the next scheduled meeting.

Hewlett Packard negotiations update

October 21, 2010
Negotiations began on Tuesday October 19 at the union office at 1412 Portage Avenue.  The union committee presented our proposed first collective agreement for the customer solutions reps and technical solutions reps working for HP at their call centre on Mountain Ave. The meeting went well, and the employer had several questions and requested clarification on some of our proposals.  Greg Conner headed up the employer’s team and was joined by Bev Tichon and Winston Petrie. The union expects a full response to our proposals at the next meeting on November 4. Any questions about the process o


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