On Thursday, the members at Voyageur Aviation overwhelmingly voted in favour of a five-year first collective agreement. The agreement includes wage adjustments for many workers, as well as a wage scale, annual increases and retroactivity back to June. A shift premium, pension plan and a premium for types of work were all reasons to vote yes.
GLR Scott Jackson stated that the Negotiations Committee of Cassandra Robinson and Greg Miller were “steadfast in their resolve to make sure that this contract brought their terms and conditions of work in line with the industry. I know they succeeded in just that.”
Our members at Voyageur provide repair and overhaul to the aviation industry in North Bay, ON.
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This article was originally posted on the IAM Canada website. View the original post here: First Collective Agreement for Voyageur Aviation brings improvements