City of Port Coquitlam Collective Agreement

The City of Port Coquitlam has recently reached a new collective agreement with its employees, which is good news for both workers and residents.

This collective agreement covers over 300 employees and has a duration of four years, from January 1, 2022, to December 31, 2025. The agreement includes wage increases, improved vacation benefits, and better job security measures.

The wage increases are in line with the cost of living, and are intended to help workers keep pace with inflation. Vacation benefits have been improved to allow workers more flexibility in how they use their time off. Additional job security measures have been put in place to help protect workers in the event of job loss or layoffs.

The collective agreement also addresses workplace safety concerns. The City has committed to providing a safe working environment for its employees and has agreed to review its policies and procedures regularly to ensure that they are up to date and effective.

For residents of Port Coquitlam, this collective agreement means that they can continue to enjoy the high level of services and support that the City provides. It also means that workers can focus on delivering quality services without worrying about their job security or financial stability.

Overall, this new collective agreement is a win-win for both the City of Port Coquitlam and its employees. It provides a stable and fair working environment for workers while ensuring that residents continue to enjoy high-quality services. As the City continues to grow and prosper, this collective agreement will play an important role in ensuring that it remains a great place to live and work.