Help City of Mount Pearl workers get back on the job
Please go to WeAremountPearl.ca and send a message to the mayor and councillors and ask them to negotiate a fair deal with city workers.
No one wants to be on strike, but the city refuses to bargain a fair collect agreement. After almost four months of trying to reach a deal with a difficult and unreasonable employer, the members of CUPE 2099 made the difficult decision to take job action. Unless a new agreement is reached, city services, programs, events, and facilities will continue to be negatively impacted.
One of the main issues is that the city wants set-up a two-tier system with inferior benefits for new hires. The members of CUPE 2099 won’t accept a contract that doesn’t provide the same rights and benefits for all workers.
Also, with the rate of inflation at the highest it’s been in 40 years and with the soaring cost of living, these workers need a reasonable wage adjustment. But the City of Mount Pearl doesn’t care about these workers and their families, or good jobs and quality services.
About CUPE 2099
CUPE 2099 represents more than 200 municipal workers who work in recreation services, administration, taxation and finance, road maintenance, water and sewage, facilities maintenance, landscape maintenance, engineering, and planning.
Many of them are your neighbours, friends, parents, and members of the Mount Pearl community. They’re the people who are always there for us when we need them, even through difficult times like snowmageddon and the pandemic.
They love what they do – delivering quality municipal services.