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Unifor Local 72M – Representing employees of TVO and TFO Unifor Local 72M Representing employees of TVO and TFO Toggle navigation Home Forum About Events Executive Board Join Collective Agreements Contact Unifor Local 72M Representing employees of TVO and TFO Toggle navigation Home Forum About Events Executive Board Join Collective Agreements Contact Enter the Forum ABOUT Unifor Local 72M represents English and French speaking employees working as production, transmitter, and maintenance technicians, researchers, education officers, graphic artists, production and office staff at tvo and tfo. Some of our members have a long history with the Local. Unifor Local 72M celebrated 40 years as a union in 2011. Originally it was a part of NABET, a broadcast union in Canada which represented radio, television and production support workers across the country. NABET first came to Canada in the 1950's to organize the CBC. Local 72 was organized in 1971. The economics of size and the philosophy " there's strength in numbers" brought about a merger with a larger union - the Communications, Energy & Paperworkers Union in 1993. This merger created a media sector within the CEP (the “M” in Local 72M). This new sector has brought together a diverse group of broadcast and print locals including producer/writers from SONG (Southern Ontario Newspaper Guild) and producer/columnists from TNG (Toronto Newspaper Guild). On August 31, 2013 CEP merged with CAW to form the largest private sector union in Canada, with more than 300,000 members across the country, working in every major sector of the Canadian economy.The media sector is represented at the National Executive Council by the Media Vice President. Contact Info 647-352-3633 110 Eglinton Ave W, Suite 303G, Toronto, M4R 1A3 unifor@local72m.com. local72m.com EVENTS EXECUTIVE BOARD Unifor Local 72M is a Local union of Unifor Canada, headed by Steve Pinchuk. Local 72M’s revenue is obtained as a rebate from the wages of the employees of TVO & TFO. The objectives of Local 72M are stated in the Local Bylaws. It is the main objective of the Executive Board to use Local funds to further the interests of the Local and its membership, maintain a sense of community with members, and protect and defend the rights of its members. In view of the parent-body relationship with Unifor and affiliation with other labour organizations such as the OFL and CLC, the Local shall consider requests for involvement in labour-related activities. Other special charitable projects — like scholarships or other such funds — may be supported. Steve Pinchuk President Position at TVO: Flexible Technician Hamish Greenland Vice-President TVO Position at TVO: Senior Operations Technician, Media Operator, The Agenda Laurence Mertens-Goossens Vice-President TFO Position at TFO: Agent a la programmation Florence Yu Treasurer Position at TVO: Jr Accountant Cristina De Melo Secretary Position at TVO: Education Document Administrator (ILC) Rad Gagovic Steward Group - 1 Position at TVO: Multi Media Flexible Technician Greg Marshall Steward - Group 5 Position at TVO: New Media Specialist II Pavel Akkerman Steward - Group 6 Position at TVO: Support Desk Analyst Ron Turchet Steward - Group 8 Position at TVO: Transmitter Technician Rosemary Phalp Steward Group - 9 Position at TVO: ILC Learner Services Unit Andy Gargul Steward - Group 10 Position at TFO: Senior Operations Technician, Post-Production Audio Ai Rei Dooh-Tousignent Steward - Group 11 Position at TFO: Communications JOIN There are many good reasons to join Unifor Local 72M. Here are just a few: Part of a team: Workers band together in a union to bargain collectively for better working conditions. Collective bargaining ends with a collective agreement - a legally binding contract between the employer and employees. The collective agreement outlines working conditions, including benefits, wages, hours of work and much more. Job security: If you are a union member, and you’re fired without just cause, your union can get your job back. If you’re not unionized and you’re fired for no good reason, there is nothing in the law that forces your employer to hire you back. You could file a wrongful dismissal suit, but the only remedy is money. Unifor has negotiated a respectable benefits and pension packages for people with Unifor jobs. Higher pay: Jobs covered by a union collective agreement pay an average of 32% more than jobs that are not. Unionized Workers Are Better Off: "It has long been known that unionized employees make more than non-union workers, a fact confirmed by this new earnings data from the Labour Force Survey", says Statistics Canada in its summer 1998 Labour Force Update. Better working conditions: From hours of work to health and safety to harassment protection, unionized workers have a better work environment. They have somewhere to turn if they need help. Grievance procedure: Your Collective Agreement will spell out the steps to take if you have a grievance against management. Unionized workers also have access to legal representation if necessary. Families benefit: Union benefits improve the quality of life, not just for the employee, but for his or her family as well. For example, health and dental plans that cover spouses and children are commonplace in unionized workplaces, as is leave for family-related responsibilities. Communities benefit: Healthy people earning decent wages lead to healthy and financially-stable communities. Everybody benefits: Pensions, health and safety regulations, maternity leave -- these are among a few of the benefits that didn’t exist before unions pushed for them. Today, they are standard in many workplaces. Even basic minimum labour rights are the result of 200 years of effort by people in the labour movement. Talk to anyone on the Executive Board to obtain a membership application form or download one from the link below. Becoming a member is not automatic, it is a choice. Membership Form COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS Download your Collective Agreement by pressing one of the buttons below. TFO Collective Agreement TVO Collective Agreement CONTACT Have any questions or comments? Use the contact form below. ' Designed by MageeWP Themes. TOP

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