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September 17, 2010

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Future of Community Social Services negotiations on the line

BURNABY— The Community Social Services bargaining committee is meeting this week to prepare to resume negotiations next week with the provincial government's Community Social Services Employers’ Association (CSSEA) and its member employers.

We're looking forward to working with employers to reach a fair settlement that improves the working life and conditions of our members. We hope the employers are willing to actively participate in collective bargaining after almost a year of talks.

Members should visit regularly for the latest news about bargaining.



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