E-Action

Send an e-mail to UofT in Support of CUPE 3902!

 

Thanks for helping the members of CUPE 3902, Unit 1, win a fair deal at the table! Our proposals are progressive and necessary to ensure good working conditions for our members and their students. Fill out the form below to send an email to UofT’s administration asking them to fairly consider our proposals!

 


Subject: I support CUPE 3902 Unit 1 workers’ demands

Dear University of Toronto Administration,

I am writing as an in regard to your current round of bargaining with Unit 1 Contract Education workers. You have been bargaining with Unit 1 contract education workers since the end of 2020, and I am pleased to see that, although both parties are now in conciliation, you are still meeting frequently. Nearly 3000 Unit 1 members voted in favour of their strike mandate, demonstrating unprecedented support for their bargaining team's reasonable and progressive proposals. I and countless others from throughout the U of T community and beyond echo this support.

CUPE 3902’s main priorities for this round of bargaining are to improve workload standards, foster inclusion and anti-oppression at the University, increase compensation and job security, and promote (mental) health and safety. Now that Unit 1 members have shown that they care about what happens at the bargaining table and are willing to fight for their priorities, it is crucial that a satisfactory Tentative Agreement is reached in good time.

Unit 1 members need a better Collective Agreement that not only improves their often imbalanced and financially precarious work-lives, but also better supports their students. CUPE 3902’s proposals for more transparency, health, equity, safety, inclusion, and security at U of T will achieve these mutually beneficial changes!

Sincerely,

Name:
Email:

Dear University of Toronto Administration,

I am writing as a in regard to your current round of bargaining with Unit 1 Contract Education workers. You have been bargaining with Unit 1 contract education workers since the end of 2020, and I am pleased to see that, although both parties are now in conciliation, you are still meeting frequently. Nearly 3000 Unit 1 members voted in favour of their strike mandate, demonstrating unprecedented support for their bargaining team's reasonable and progressive proposals. I and countless others from throughout the U of T community and beyond echo this support.

CUPE 3902’s main priorities for this round of bargaining are to improve workload standards, foster inclusion and anti-oppression at the University, increase compensation and job security, and promote (mental) health and safety. Now that Unit 1 members have shown that they care about what happens at the bargaining table and are willing to fight for their priorities, it is crucial that a satisfactory Tentative Agreement is reached in good time.

Unit 1 members need a better Collective Agreement that not only improves their often imbalanced and financially precarious work-lives, but also better supports their students. CUPE 3902’s proposals for more transparency, health, equity, safety, inclusion, and security at U of T will achieve these mutually beneficial changes!

Sincerely,

Name:
Email:

Dear University of Toronto Administration,

I am writing as the in regard to your current round of bargaining with Unit 1 Contract Education workers. You have been bargaining with Unit 1 contract education workers since the end of 2020, and I am pleased to see that, although both parties are now in conciliation, you are still meeting frequently. Nearly 3000 Unit 1 members voted in favour of their strike mandate, demonstrating unprecedented support for their bargaining team's reasonable and progressive proposals. I and countless others from throughout the U of T community and beyond echo this support.

CUPE 3902’s main priorities for this round of bargaining are to improve workload standards, foster inclusion and anti-oppression at the University, increase compensation and job security, and promote (mental) health and safety. Now that Unit 1 members have shown that they care about what happens at the bargaining table and are willing to fight for their priorities, it is crucial that a satisfactory Tentative Agreement is reached in good time.

Unit 1 members need a better Collective Agreement that not only improves their often imbalanced and financially precarious work-lives, but also better supports their students. CUPE 3902’s proposals for more transparency, health, equity, safety, inclusion, and security at U of T will achieve these mutually beneficial changes!

Sincerely,

Name:
Email:

Dear University of Toronto Administration,

I am writing as the in regard to your current round of bargaining with Unit 1 Contract Education workers. You have been bargaining with Unit 1 contract education workers since the end of 2020, and I am pleased to see that, although both parties are now in conciliation, you are still meeting frequently. Nearly 3000 Unit 1 members voted in favour of their strike mandate, demonstrating unprecedented support for their bargaining team's reasonable and progressive proposals. I and countless others from throughout the U of T community and beyond echo this support.

CUPE 3902’s main priorities for this round of bargaining are to improve workload standards, foster inclusion and anti-oppression at the University, increase compensation and job security, and promote (mental) health and safety. Now that Unit 1 members have shown that they care about what happens at the bargaining table and are willing to fight for their priorities, it is crucial that a satisfactory Tentative Agreement is reached in good time.

Unit 1 members need a better Collective Agreement that not only improves their often imbalanced and financially precarious work-lives, but also better supports their students. CUPE 3902’s proposals for more transparency, health, equity, safety, inclusion, and security at U of T will achieve these mutually beneficial changes!

Sincerely,

Name:
Email: