VAUGHAN, ON, March 4, 2019 /CNW/ - Collective bargaining agreements for residential construction are set to expire on Tuesday, April 30.
Renewal efforts have commenced and the parties have started the process of renewing the collective agreements, namely the Metropolitan Toronto Apartment Builders Association (MTABA), the Toronto Residential Construction Labour Bureau (TRCLB) and the Durham Residential Construction Labour Bureau (DRCLB) – as well as the individual members of the Ontario Residential Council of Construction Associations (ORCCA). These associations represent builders and trades from across the GTA in both high-rise, mid-rise and low-rise residential construction.
The applicable associations welcome the opportunity to sit down with their counterparts to foster positive negotiations and to come to a new agreement which will govern the terms and conditions of employment from May 1, 2019 to April 30, 2022. The goal, as always, is negotiated settlements the industry can use to build new homes for Ontarians.
WHAT IS RESCON?
RESCON is the Residential Construction Council of Ontario, a unique association that caters solely to the interests and issues of more than 200 new-home and condominium builders. RESCON is focused on labour relations, health and safety, training and apprenticeship, building code reform, technical standards, and procedures and insurance. It shares its headquarters and staff with all of the other associations named in this release.
SOURCE Residential Construction Council of Ontario (RESCON)
For further information: For Other Inquiries: Aonghus Kealy, Director of Communications, RESCON, W: 905-760-7777, x. 111, C: 647-530-4855, firstname.lastname@example.org