Dakota Ojibway child-services workers in Manitoba ratify first agreement

Improved job security, benefits boosts in deal: MGEU

Dakota Ojibway child-services workers in Manitoba ratify first agreement
‚ÄčThe first contract provides improved job security and fixed terms, conditions and transparency in the workplace for the 45 members covered by the new collective agreement, says the union. Google Street View

Employees of the Dakota Ojibway Child and Family Services, who provide services to support First Nation families throughout southern Manitoba, ratified their first collective agreement on Sept. 23.

Highlights of the four-year agreement include improvements to benefits, sick leave, increased compensatory days and a flexible work agreement, says the Manitoba Government and General Employees’ Union (MGEU), Locals 435 and 437.

The first contract provides improved job security and fixed terms, conditions and transparency in the workplace for the 45 members covered by the new collective agreement, says the union.

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