Toromont Cat Collective Agreement

On June 3, unifor Local 112 Toromont-Concord members ratified a new three-year collective agreement with Toromont LTD. Workers at the Toromont-Orenda plant voted on 21 October 2018 to ratify a new three-year collective agreement. . The new contract includes annual salary increases, better contractual language, increased benefits for work boots, orthodontists, dentists and vision. Stay up-to-date on what is happening at Unifor and how the union is improving the lives of all workers in Canada. Subscribe to our Uniforum e-newsletter. 「Congratulations to the members and the negotiating committee for funding the Unifor Social Justice and Women`s Advocate Program,」 said Scott Mcllmoyle, President of the Unifor Ontario Regional Council and President of Local 112. 「Unifor`s Social Justice Fund contributes to improving the working conditions, human rights and work of all workers, wherever they live and work.」 「The bargaining committee did a great job of rolling back the employer`s initial proposals for backtracking and reductions,」 said Scott Mcllmoyle, President of the Unifor Ontario Regional Council and President of Local 112. 「I am proud of the skill and determination of the union committee that ultimately made a profit for Unifor members.」 「I am proud of the skill and determination of the union`s bargaining committee,」 said Andrew Kilgour, plant president.

「From the first day of the negotiations, our committee decided to rally our members.」 Deal includes better language, salary increases for 55 employees: Unifor . . Unifor Local 112 Toromont-Concord represents 250 artisans and production workers at Toromont CAT. Unfortunately, there are no upcoming events in your area. 「Congratulations to the members and the Toromont-Concord negotiating committee for ensuring the women`s lawyer program in your workplace,」 said Jerry Dias, President of the country. 「At the negotiating table, we are fighting for fairness and justice, and by ensuring this program, our union continues to support social justice in the workplace. Negotiations on helping survivors of domestic violence are just one way for Unifor to create a safe space for women in the workplace. The new contract includes annual wage increases, lump sum payments for shoppers, increased benefits for work boots, orthodontics and eye care, and a meal premium. The bargaining team also secured a financial commitment from the employer to contribute to the Unifor Social Justice Fund.