AUPEAlberta Union of Provincial Employees
AUPEAsociación Uruguaya de Peritos (Spanish: Uruguayan Association of Surveyors)
AUPEAmalgamated Union of Public Employees (Singapore)
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The rationale for union acquiescence is fairly clear, as AUPE president Guy Smith notes: "We gained some historic contract language, but it still rankles that our members took a real wage cut from the NDP government, even though we know things would be worse under a Liberal or Conservative government." (24)
Their engagement with stakeholders is simply to go through the motions - Senior Policy Analyst, AUPE Edmonton.
Legally barred from striking and unable to reach an agreement with the Government through negotiation or mediation, the AUPE had applied successfully to go to binding arbitration in February 2014.
In the case of Bill 45, AUPE argues that the government employees have the right to organize, to engage in a meaningful process of good faith collective bargaining in an attempt to achieve workplace-related goals, and to seek to negotiate important terms and conditions of employment into a collective agreement.
At the apex of the AUPE lies its AUPE Executive Council, which is the highest decision-making body in the union.
Nevertheless, he continued, AUPE members will co-operate with the MLAS conducting the study.
(51) Examination of the ALRB and OLRB cases reveals that the union is pursuing small construction subcontractors (often prefabricators in Alberta) and small healthcare providers (e.g., nursing homes) represented by public sector unions (e.g., OPSEU, AUPE), but construction remains a primary target through appeals to the labour relations boards, consuming significant legal resources for all unions involved.
Bill 46, the Public Service Salary Restraint Act would legislate a four-year wage settlement between the Government and the Alberta Union of Public Employees (AUPE) if no other agreement can be reached by January 31, 2014.