Breaking news

UQAM strike to last 10 more days

UQAM strike to last 10 more daysAt a general meeting this afternoon, the 1800 members of the Syndicat des employées et employés de soutien de l’UQAM (SEUQAM) voted 73% in favour of continuing the strike for at least another ten days.

“We are sending a clear message to the Conseil du trésor and to the rector, Ms. Magda Fusaro, that the wage offer on the table is not good enough. We want to continue our contribution to the success of our institution, but in order to retain the members of various employment groups, whether professionals, technicians, employees of the office group and employees in the trades and services, they have to be treated properly, and that includes decent wages,” declared Louisa Cordeiro, president of the SEUQAM.

Last July 3, members of SEUQAM voted in favour of pressure tactics up to and including a five-day strike, which did take place.

UQAM employees have been without a collective agreement since May 31, 2017.


Disclaimer: All third-party opinions expressed via IASWI accounts linked to and from this page are those of the individuals concerned and do not necessarily represent those of IASWI or its affiliates. No copyright infringement is intended nor implied. To discuss this disclaimer or the removal of appropriate credit for materials of which you hold copyright please contact us. All the third party videos and contents found on is not hosted on our servers; all third party videos or contents are hosted on a third party site. The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the various authors and news sources on the do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of the IASWI or official policies of the IASWI. These posts are only generated for the purpose of information sharing on the labour related issues.