About SaskTel SaskTel is the leading provider of information and communication technology (ICT) in Saskatchewan, with annual revenues of more than $1.2 billion and approximately 1.4 million customer connections, including 614,000 wireless access, 404,000 wireless network access, 266,000 Internet access and 107,000 maxTV subscribers™. SaskTel and its whoer subsidiaries offer a wide range of ict products and services, including competitive voice, data and Internet services, wireless data services, wireless data services, mobile phone services, data center services, cloud services, security monitoring services, advertising and international consulting services. SaskTel and its 100% subsidiaries employ approximately 4,000 full-time equivalents (FTEs). Visit SaskTel in www.sasktel.com. SaskTel announced today that Unifor has voted to ratify a new collective agreement. On 31 October, we filed a complaint on this matter, directly at the third stage of the appeal procedure, in which it is found that “the company has mistakenly interpreted the collective agreement on the right of EDO/the remuneration of workers eligible to return to the company after strike/lock-out. The comparison sought is “a full remedy, as is appropriated by an arbitrator for each member who has violated his or her collective rights.” Unifor completed the vote on May 18, 2016. The current collective agreement expired on March 12, 2016. The new agreement is valid for a three-year term, which expires on March 16, 2019. Among the strengths of the new agreement are: pension contributions made available to workers have also been increased.
As of March 13, 2016, SaskTel will pay 7.45 per cent of the plan`s salaries and employees will pay 4.45 per cent of their wages. (SaskTel did not provide information on current contribution rates). For more information, please contact: Michelle Englot, SaskTel Director of External Communication Phone: 306.777.4476 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Local 2-S – e-mail email@example.com or call 306-382-7555 SaskTel on Thursday announces that Unifor members have voted in favour of the new collective agreement. “We are pleased that Unifor members have ratified this agreement,” SaskTel President Ron Styles said in a press release. “This new three-year contract allows us to continue to work with Unifor to focus on the success of this ever-changing and highly competitive industry.” “We are pleased that Unifor members have ratified this agreement and that the hard work and commitment of both parties has been successful,” said Ron Styles, President and CEO of SaskTel. “This new three-year contract allows us to continue to work with Unifor to focus on the success of this ever-changing and highly competitive industry.” According to SaskTel, the new contract will apply for a three-year period until March 16, 2019. In addition, for employees who need information about child care, we insert the following topic and another link: Information for workers who need child care www.saskatchewan.ca/government/health-care-administration-and-provider-resources/treatment-procedures-and-guidelines/emerging-public-health-issues/2019-novel-coronavirus/information-for-health-care-providers/information-for-workers-associated-with-the-pandemic-response-who-need-child-care Unifor Local 1-S and 2-S have decided to go ahead with individual complaints about telework denials. . We have also had a few cases of COVID-19 and/or workplace exposures at SaskTel.
Please stay informed for further updates while we deal with these issues. As many of you know, there is some uncertainty as to whether or not employees should receive their EDO on October 25. We write about the company`s announcement on September 24, 2020 that they are suspending all TeleWork applications.