Government of Manitoba Mgeu Collective Agreement

The Government of Manitoba and the Manitoba Government Employees Union (MGEU) recently negotiated a new collective agreement that will impact thousands of workers employed by the provincial government. This agreement covers a wide range of topics, including wages, benefits, and working conditions for MGEU members.

One of the most notable aspects of the new collective agreement is its focus on job security. The agreement includes provisions to help safeguard the jobs of government employees, guaranteeing that positions will not be eliminated or contracted out without proper consultation and negotiation with the union.

The agreement also includes wage increases for MGEU members, with increases of 2% in each year of the agreement. This will help ensure that government employees are able to keep up with the rising cost of living and continue to provide for themselves and their families.

In addition to wage increases, the new agreement offers improvements to employee benefits. This includes enhancements to the prescription drug plan, as well as increased allowances for vision care and paramedical services.

The agreement also includes provisions for improved working conditions, including enhanced safety measures and increased staffing levels in certain departments. This will help ensure that MGEU members are able to perform their jobs safely and effectively.

Overall, the new collective agreement between the Government of Manitoba and the MGEU is a positive step forward for government employees in the province. With its provisions for job security, wage increases, and improved benefits and working conditions, the agreement reflects a commitment to ensuring that government employees are able to support themselves and their families while carrying out the important work of serving the people of Manitoba.

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