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August 13, 2014

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CUPE 1004 reaches tentative deal at PNE

CUPE 1004 PNE bargaining committee goes over final revisions to tentative deal.CUPE 1004 PNE bargaining committee goes over final revisions to tentative deal.


VANCOUVER - CUPE 1004 and the Pacific National Exhibition have reached a tentative three-year agreement.  The deal comes three days before the start of the annual fair.  CUPE represents 3,400 fulltime, part time and Fair-time workers at the PNE. 

The tentative agreement runs from Jan. 1, 2014 – Dec. 31, 2016 and includes:

    • General wage increases
      of 4.5% over the three years of the agreement (0.5-2-2 respectively);

    • Improvements to the employee benefits cost share;

    • New language for standby pay provisions;

    • Establishment of a training fund for forepersons;

    • New parental/adoption/pregnancy leave provisions


See attached joint-press release here.




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