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Security Guards at SRG Ratify New Agreement

October 24, 2018

UFCW Local 832 union members working at SRG Security Resources Group Inc. ratified a new three-year collective agreement.

During the life of the agreement, the security guards will see their wages increase by 35-cents per hours. The members also receive a one-time lump sum payment in year one of the contract. The new agreement also contains an increase to the safety footwear allowance, as well as additional paid educating and time for site training.


SRG Negotiations Continue September 27

September 10, 2018

At the end of the bargaining session on September 10, the union and the company have one remaining monetary matter. The parties have scheduled September 27 to continue bargaining and should be able to come to a tentative deal.

Union negotiator Martin Trudel will provide the security officers working at SRG Security Resources Group with an update as to the status of their negotiations following the September 27 meeting.


SRG Bargaining Productive

August 30, 2018

The union negotiating committee met with SRG Security Resources Group on August 29 to begin talks towards the renewal of the collective agreement for the security guards working at SRG.

“It was a very productive day of bargaining and we were able to settle all non-monetary items as well as some monetary ones,” said head union negotiator Martin Trudel.


SRG Security Negotiations Starting August 29

June 28, 2018

The Union and the Company bargaining committees are set to begin negotiations on August 29 and continue on the 30.

‎During this first round of negotiations, proposals regarding contract language, benefits and wages will be presented to SRG Security Resources Group on improvements the security officers would like to see in their new collective agreement.

Following the completion of the above noted session, head union negotiator Martin Trudel will update the members at SRG on the state of their negotiations process.


Manitoba Security Guards facing a surprise wage-freeze by Pallister Government

September 29, 2017

 

Manitoba security guards won’t be getting the pay increase they were expecting on October 1. Instead, the Pallister Government is in the middle of pausing legislation that governs Manitoba’s security guards minimum wages — and may be planning to revoke it entirely.

UFCW is holding a rally at the Legislative Building on October 24, 2017 from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm and will be encouraging all security guards union and non-union to attend.


Tentative Agreement Reached at SRG (Security Resources Group Inc)

January 15, 2016

The union bargaining committee, comprised of negotiator Martin Trudel and Kathy Romaine, has reached a tentative agreement with employer on a new collective bargaining agreement for the guards working at SRG.

As such, the union has scheduled a ratification meeting for February 4. At the meeting, the union committee will review the details of the settlement with the security guards prior to voting.


Avion Security Negotiations Postponed

December 8, 2015

The previously scheduled bargaining dates of November 24 and 25, as well as December 4, had to be postponed. As such, the next bargaining date for Avion negotiations is December 22.

An update on the status of their negotiations will be provided to the Avion guards after that date.


UFCW Local 832 Applauds Provincial Government on New Security Guard Legislation

July 8, 2014

UFCW Local 832 President Jeff Traeger is pleased to hear the new changes for security guards in the province.
“We have been working with the province along with employers to address issues that this industry faces. Better pay and better training will go a long way for our members,” stated Traeger.

Local 832 represents nearly 1,000 security guards throughout the province.


Avion Security members turn down company’s last offer, vote for strike.

June 3, 2011
On June 2, UFCW Local 832 members working for Avion Security turned down the company’s last offer and voted 100 per cent in favour of strike action. The nearly 100 security guards met with the negotiating committee at meetings to go over the company’s offer and outstanding issues. The union will now apply for a conciliation officer and meetings will be set in the near future. Members will be notified on the progress of those meetings after they have occurred.

Avion security negotiations stall, strike vote called.

May 18, 2011
Your union negotiating committee met with your employer on May 11, 2011.  This was the fourth day of negotiations since February. The parties had been making good progress on the non-monetary discussions; however talks have now broken down over issue of wages and benefits. The very minimal wage increase that Avion has offered over a four-year contract is not acceptable.

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