Women’s Advocate program:
Did you know that we have negotiated a Women’s Advocate in our Collective Agreement? We are looking for one Women’s Advocate to represent our Local.
What role does the Unifor Women’s Advocate play in the workplace?
A Women’s Advocate is not a counselor. Her role is to provide referrals and information on community and workplace supports on issues such as sexual assault, workplace bullying, sexual harassment, domestic violence, anger management, suicide prevention, depression, separation, divorce and stress, to name just a few. The Women’s Advocate also acts as a resource for workplace committees.
Click here for more information. An application is needed to be Women’s Advocate, fill out the application and forward to the Union office to the attention of the Secretary/Treasurer by 30 January 2015.
Retired (or soon to be retired) Workers:
Local 2289 is creating a Retired Worker’s Chapter! If you are retired or retiring soon and would like to be part of creating this chapter please reply to this email and forward to any retired worker who may be interested!