The four-year agreement, recently ratified, employs around 4,600 people at ICBC. The duration of the contract runs from 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2014. ICBC`s Board of Directors will vote on the agreement on December 6. The agreement includes four one-percent staggered pay increases, with the first pay increase retroactive to July 1, 2012, maternity and parental leave as well as the promise of a workload study – the first icBC workload study in nearly 20 years. On Monday, ICBC MoveUP members voted to ratify a new five-year collective agreement, which now comes into effect and will run until June 30, 2019. “This was a hard-won deal,” said David Black, president of MoveUP. “In addition to the three days of strike action our members went on strike, we have taken significant internal work measures, including training, overtime bans and reduced workloads.” Access your collective agreements, member portal, newsletters and resources. The agreement offers MoveUP and ICBC the opportunity to improve benefits for current employees and retirees, improve the eligibility for moving expenses of members from the bottom of the continent, and improve a better language for job evaluation and the Joint Health and Safety and Environment Committee. The agreement also requires ICBC to better support the Claims Workload Committees and launch a fall load study in the damage department by July 1 this year, with the second phase of the study set to begin by January 2017. Media Contact: Jarrah Hodge, email@example.com Click on the logos below or search for your employer`s name to find your collective agreement, union representatives or the latest company newsletters. Burnaby – Unionized ICBC employees voted to adopt their renegotiated collective agreement. Members of the Canadian Union of Employees and Professionals, Local 378 (MoveUP), voted 71 per cent in favour of adopting the agreement. “This is a fundamental agreement,” Black said.
“We wanted better workload protection – our members are fighting oppressive workloads that can affect the services the public receives. But with this agreement, their salaries will not be lower than inflation, and we can begin to solve the problem of workload. MoveUP members get About One. C of five years of six percent wage increases, with potential for further increases. . . .