Collective Bargaining Resources
Negotiating strong contracts for members is what CUPE does best. The solidarity of our members is the heart of our bargaining power, and makes gains possible. Together, we’ve built strong communities and achieved better wages, benefits, pensions and fair treatment, for workers.
Following the introduction of The Saskatchewan Employment Act effective April 29, 2014, and amendments to The Saskatchewan Employment Act provisions regarding essential services effective January 1, 2016, CUPE Locals can reference the following helpful updated resources:
- Collective Bargaining and Essential Services in Saskatchewan
- Bargaining, Impasse, Essential Services and Strike in Saskatchewan
CUPE National resources on collective bargaining for CUPE Locals are available here: www.cupe.ca
Looking for updates on collective bargaining? Contact your Local directly.