CUPE BC will host a series of information webins for CUPE members on changes to the BC Municipal Pension Redesign plan partner. Please note that the survey and information sessions are not intended to replace the interaction process conducted by the plan partners. It is recommended that all members submit their questions and feedback to the MPP Plan Partner Design Website (mppredesign.ca). Each webinar will be one hour long and CUPE National staff presentations will provide members with an overview of the most important changes followed by a Q-A period. These webinars are not a substitute for the current consultation process with plan partners, but are intended to provide cupE members with other opportunities to learn about the changes. For more details on the MPP design of plan partners, please contact members to visit mppredesign.ca to ask questions or comment on changes made by the „Questions” feature. General information is also provided at these meetings and members seeking specific advice on their pension plan should contact a personal financial advisor directly. A guide for union leaders, union representatives, local boards of directors, committee members and business leaders. We must all play a role in better protecting the rights of our trans members and ensuring they have the support they need in our workplaces, in our unions and in our communities. In addition to the survey, CUPE BC will also host a series of one-hour online information sessions for CUPE members on changes to BC MPP Redesign plan partners. If you have members in the MPP, please share the attached invitation and encourage them to register for a meeting between October 15 and November 3. Application form and course information: 454.cupe.ca/resources/union-education/ Please see CUPE BC`s Orange Shirt Day message here! A practical guide for union representatives and trans-Union members On this date, CUPE BC is conducting a survey of CUPE members, who are also members of the BC Municipal Pension Plan (MPP) regarding proposed MPP Redesign Changes plan partners.
The objective of the survey is to generate inputs and assess the impact of the proposed changes on members. Details of the survey below: This information remains confidential and is only used to guide the position of CUPE BC`s board of directors with the plan`s partners. The design information for the plan was copied by the MPP partners` redesign site to ensure the accuracy of the proposed descriptions. . We are the union representing more than 900 workers from the City of Delta and the Delta Police Board. Welcome to our website. Look around and let us know what you think. We invite you! After registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about attending the meeting. If you have any ideas for topics or articles on the site, let us know.
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