May 12 and 13
CUPE Area Office, St. John’s
May 16 and 17
Greenwood Inn, Corner Brook
May 18 and 19
Mount Peyton Hotel, Grand Falls-Windsor
Premier Andrew Furey’s “Big Reset” report contains recommendations that cause for concern for all workers, both public and private sector. Privatization and the selloff of public assets will impact all CUPE members and their communities.
CUPE NL is fighting back against with our “Reject the Reset” campaign and will be holding member-mobilizer training workshops. The 1.5-day workshop is intended to equip participants with information about the Furey government’s agenda and why we need to “Reject the Reset”. It will also provide strategies to reach all CUPE members by engaging in one-on-one conversations.
An ideal member-mobilizer would have some of the following attributes: well-respected by coworkers, strong union principles, and good communication skills.
If you or other members of your local are interested in becoming a member-mobilizer, please register for one of the three training workshops by contacting:
CUPE will cover lost wages, per diems, travel and accommodations (if required).
Download a copy of the workshop announcement.