Strike Preparation Training for Treasury Board members – Burnaby

November 19, 2022

9AM - 4:30PM

Hilton Hotel, Burnaby

Facilitator: Monica Urrutia

This introductory training will cover the collective bargaining process, where we are, how we got here, including the key aspects of how strikes are governed. You will examine the various types of strikes and some of the tactics involved. We will look at the various roles of members called out on strike, members who are not on strike and members who are essential workers. We will develop collective and workable solutions to the major problems that striking workers face.

** Note: this course is open to members in the Metro Vancouver area and the Fraser Valley. Applicable travel, accommodation, and expenses will be paid per PSAC’s education policy **

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