ImpacT - News for OPSEU members at MPAC from your leadership team, Volume 13, Issue
2: If you’re looking for a good price on one slightly-used full-length turnstile, MPAC has a deal for you.
October 15, 2012 ImpacT - News for OPSEU members at MPAC from your
leadership team, Volume 12, Issue 3: On September 12, 2012, MPAC management
held its first province-wide meeting in Toronto to roll out their next four-year
strategic plan. more...
December 20, 2011 Members of the Municipal Property
Assessment Corporation have ratified a new four-year collective agreement. .
December 9, 2011Voting times and locations for
the December 16 ratification of the MPAC tentative collective agreement are now available.
December 1, 2011 ImpacT At the Table - Bargaining
information for OPSEU members at the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation,
Issue 2: After only five days at the bargaining table, your team has reached
a tentative agreement with the employer on a four-year collective agreement.
November 25, 2011 ImpacT At the Table - Bargaining information for OPSEU members at the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation, Issue 1: We have laid the groundwork for our proposals on our next collective agreement, and had some positive exchanges with MPAC on mutual interests and ideas
MPAC Pre-Bargaining Conference and Final Demand Setting Meeting Call
July 27, 2011 Attendance forms for delegates to
the Pre-Bargaining Conference and Final Demand Setting Meeting are now
available. The Pre-Bargaining Conference will be held on Saturday, September 10
and the Final Demand Setting Meeting is Saturday, October 22.
Below you can download the information package, as
well as the attendance and advance forms for each meeting.
Advance Forms - Pre-Bargaining Conference
Attendance and Advance Forms - Final Demand Setting Meeting
February 4, 2011 ImpacT - News for OPSEU
members at MPAC from your leadership team, Volume 10, Issue 2: Be very
careful how you fill out the latest “Health Interest Poll” from the employer.
July 12, 2010 Volume 10, Issue 1: When someone signs a
document on the bottom line, you would expect that they would live up to the
terms of agreement. At MPAC, apparently, this is a bit of a foreign concept.
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