Toronto Screeners

Member Participation Key to IAM Veterans Services Program Success

From www.goIAM.orgThe IAM’s Veterans Services program is reporting a boost in recruitment. The program, which is under the union’s Retirees and Membership Assistance Department, was created in 2016 and continues its growth in popularity. Enrollment is up from 2,400 in July 2020 to 4,100 as of this February. “Seeing an opportunity to increase interest and further expand the program, we wanted to ramp up our efforts by reaching out to everyone,” said IAM Retirees and Membership Assistance Director Ed Manhart, who

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The Checkpoint – Grand Lodge Elections

Volume 2, Issue 617 March, 2021 The IAM will hold an election for General Secretary-Treasurer on Saturday, April 24, 2021. All members in good standing are encouraged to vote either in person or by absentee ballot. Local Lodge 2921 will be holding the election on April 24, 2021 at the following location: IAM 23232580 Drew RoadMississauga, Ont L4T 3M5Polling Hours are:06:00am — 08:00am and 18:00—20:00 VOTE ABSENTEEIt is critical that members are aware of their right to request an absentee

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The Checkpoint • Volume 2 Issue 5

March 10, 2021 Negotiations Update #3Over the last six months, we have been attempting to negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement. Negotiations have been very tough but your committee continues to fight. Driven by our mandate from our members and the survey results, we have been negotiating non – monetary items such as but not limited to recall, job security, technological change and improved language around Health and Safety and Human Rights. On the monetary side, we have been attempting

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Negotiations Update #3

Friday March 5, 2021Negotiations Update #3 Dear Sisters and Brothers, Over the last six months, we have been attempting to negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement. Negotiations have been very tough but your committee continues to fight. Driven by our mandate from our members and the survey results, we have been negotiating non – monetary items such as but not limited to recall, job security, technological change and improved language around Health and Safety and Human Rights. On the monetary

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The Checkpoint Volume 2, Issue 3

During the month of January, your negotiations committee continued meeting with Garda in an attempt to attain a collective bargaining agreement. The focal point depicted on improving the benefits and working conditions for all screening officers and their families. That being said, the union has submitted a proposed package to the company with relevance in achieving a satisfactory deal. An overall review of the entire collective bargaining agreement has been concurrent during the negotiations. In conclusion, we can only achieve

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