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Here are a few activities, campaigns, important information and others for the last few weeks.

  • 2 April 2020

    INFO COVID-19 – 4

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    At the press conference that took place on April 1, Minister Bill Morneau announced a wage subsidy of 75 % of wages for eligible businesses. This subsidy will be for a maximum of 3 months and will take effect retroactively from March 15, 2020. It will therefore help companies to maintain the employment link with workers. […]

    20 March 2020

    COVID-19 INFO – 2

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    UPDATE OF MARCH 18, 2020 COVID-19 is now having a serious impact in the work field. Following the recommendations and directives of the public health department, several people will either be laid off, in preventive or voluntary quarantine and so on. We carry particular attention to announcements from governments and authorities to support and mitigate the […]

    18 March 2020

    COVID-19 INFO

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    UPDATE OF MARCH 17, 2020 COVID-19 is now having a serious impact in the work field. Following the recommendations and directives of the public health department, several people will either be laid off, in preventive or voluntary quarantine and so on. We carry particular attention to announcements from governments and authorities to support and mitigate the […]

    16 March 2020

    Important message

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    Following the recommendations of the public health department, we ask all members not to come to the offices of the UES 800 for an indefinite period. All representatives as well as the group insurance department remain available to answer your questions via telephone at 1-800-361-2486 or Montréal: 514-385-1717 Québec: 418 627-8800 or 1 800 565-2800 […]

    11 February 2020

    ‘’Bell, Let’s talk’’ campaign

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    On January 29, as part of the ‘’Bell, Let’s talk’’ campaign, unionized members at the UES800 of McGill University met to support the employees having to deal with the difficulties arising from psychological problems. More specifically, union members of the “Trades” groups, the “Powerhouse” and “MacDonald campus” were present as well as union representatives from […]

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