Mediation with non-binding recommendations agreed to by Library and CUPE 391



    VANCOUVER, Sept. 26 /CNW/ - Following two days of mediation, Vancouver
Public Library and CUPE Local 391 have agreed to an enhanced mediation
process.
    Within the next week, the representatives of the Library and CUPE 391
will provide mediator Brian Foley with verbal and written submissions on their
respective views on the terms and conditions for renewing their collective
agreement.
    After considering those representations, mediator Foley will provide the
Library and CUPE 391 with his non-binding recommendations for ending the
strike.
    The parties have agreed that they will then submit those recommendations
to the library's principals and the unions' membership for acceptance or
rejection by vote.
    A media blackout will be in place until mediator Foley has issued his
recommendations.
    Visit: www.fairnessforcivicworkers.ca or www.cupe391.ca

    
                               www.cupe.bc.ca
    




For further information:

For further information: Diane Kalen, CUPE Communications, (778)
229-0258

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