Sunday, June 18, 2017

University of Saskatchewan union concerned after 15 managers laid off - CBC

The Administrative and Supervisory Personnel Association is concerned that recent layoffs at the University of Saskatchewan are only the tip of the iceberg. On Tuesday, six managers working in facilities management and belonging to the association — which represents 1,100 workers in a variety of jobs at the university — were given pink slips, along with nine others outside of the union. The layoffs come days before the start of voluntary buyouts being offered to university staff. Packages are being offered to university staff for the month of June. "I personally don't believe the university will meet its targets through the voluntary exits," said ASPA president Peter Krebs. "I'm certainly concerned about more layoffs."

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