THE NEXT GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING – click for details
WELCOME! TO OUR AWARD WINNING WEBSITE!!
On October 26th, 2013 at the OPSEU Editors Weekend, Local 376 won two awards. One for the Best Bargaining Communications and the second was The Best New Website in all of the Broader Public Service Sector at OPSEU.
To view our awards, click the links below.
IMPORTANT NOTICE! DECEMBER 2013
November 2013 General Membership Meeting Notices - here
The Memorandum of Settlement for our new contract here
The BIG GUNS – Salary Disclosures for 2012 click here
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Welcome to OPSEU Local 376 Liquor Board Employee Division. Our local currently consists of over 400 signed members from 21 work locations. Most of our local is in York Region. Our stores are in Central Region and we have two stores in District 1, three stores in District 14 and seventeen stores in District 18.
Our new Local Executive Committee decided that we should find an efficient way to stay in touch with the members. We created this website to keep us informed of upcoming news and events, provide a location for discussions, questions and answers. The site has a secure email log in for you to submit your comments, questions and thoughts. If you choose to remain anonymous, please let us know and we will respect your request. Email us at email@example.com.
We have also included online polling. Please visit this page regularly as we will be conducting regular surveys for our local.
YOUR LOCAL EXECUTIVE OFFICERS
Elected March 11, 2012 , Oath of Office April 1, 2012
President – Maria Bauer – Store 404 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President – Jackie Black – Store 630 - email@example.com
Treasurer – Lynn Graham – Store 391 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Maria Hampson – Store 226
Dalton Meredith – store 453
Charlene Sackett – Store 265 – information steward
Please note that Executive Officers are also stewards.
Please only call stores for emergencies!!
A story to share
Yesterday, a customer came in the store and asked us if had been robbed. The CSR asked them what they meant? The customer said, the store looked like it was robbed because the shelves were empty. The CSR politely stated that we had a very busy weekend and were not able to get the product out yet.
It’s almost summer. We have five casual’s sitting at home with no hours this week. They need to pay their bills and want to work, but can’t because the board is concerned over keeping their staff to sales ratio up. The cut of casual’s hours, the full-time CSR’s that cannot lift boxes due to years of lifting and repetitive strain injuries is only getting worse. Usually, during the summer months, the board will hire fixed term help so we can keep up with the sales during this busy time of year.
This year, they decided that they can run these stores with the staffing levels they use during the slow months. They decided they will not hire fixed term, but they will also cut casual hours. It’s not a wonder why the staff can’t keep up with the work.
Tell us what is going on in your stores and share your stories in our comment section below. You can remain anonymous.
President Local 376
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