Pepsi Bottling

Members at Pepsi Brandon Unanimous on 3-Year Deal

November 1, 2017

UFCW members working at the Pepsi Brandon plant voted 100 per cent in favour of their new collective agreement. The employees will see their wages increase by $1.35 per hour over the next three years, which along with the Winnipeg plant, is the highest in Canada. Plus, at date of ratification, each member also received a $500 signing bonus.

The union negotiating committee was also successful in obtaining increases to the safety footwear allowance, bereavement leave, as well as vacation payout for up to two weeks.

Dates Set to Begin Bargaining at Pepsi

January 13, 2017

The union bargaining committee comprised of head negotiator Martin Trudel, John Sulyma, Maurice Gratton, Chris Saniuk, and Kevin Funk is eager to begin the bargaining process with Pepsi Winnipeg. After a little delay due to conflicting schedules, the parties have scheduled meeting dates for April 11, 13, 25, 26 and 27.

The Local Prepping to Sweeten the Pepsi Agreement

October 31, 2016

UFCW Local 832 negotiator Martin Trudel will be leading the union committee when negotiations start with Pepsi Canada. A priority for him is to get any thoughts from the members working at Pepsi as to what changes they would like to see in their new collective agreement.

Ratification date set for Pepsi Brandon

October 16, 2014

On October 15, the union negotiating committee reached a tentative agreement with the Pepsi Bottling Group for the members working at the Brandon plant. The new deal is subject to acceptance from the employees and UFCW Local 832 has scheduled a ratification meeting for November 9.

The union will give a summary of negotiations and the details of the settlement at that meeting prior to the vote taking place.

Pepsi Bottling Group Brandon Negotiations Set

September 22, 2014

In August, the union and the employer met to exchange their respective proposals. Due to prior commitments from both committee members, the parties will begin negotiations on October 14 and continue on October 15.

The union will keep members updated as things progress.

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