Save the Date! Member Meetings SAHO Tentative Agreement 2020

In order to ensure SEIU-West members who are voting on the SAHO Tentative Agreement (TA) have plenty of opportunity to ask questions about the TA document, we will be holding various meetings over the coming weeks.

You will have an opportunity to join afternoon meetings via video conference at 3 pm on specific dates.

Space is limited to 100 people per call so please RSVP to the call that fits your schedule on our Events page.

In addition, we are hosting evening Virtual Town Halls on Mondays and Wednesdays at 7:00 pm.

Currently we have the following dates scheduled – more will be added if needed:

  • November 30, 2020
  • December 2, 2020
  • December 7, 2020
  • December 9, 2020

These calls are an opportunity to ensure you are clear about what you are voting for when the time comes.

During the call, you will be able to ask any questions you might have.

How do you join the conversation? All you have to do is pick up your phone when it rings - no RSVP required.

If for some reason you are unable to pick up when we call you, instructions on how to join will be left on your voicemail (if you have voicemail or answering machine).

You will also be able to live-stream the call on your computer, tablet, or smart phone. The link will be posted around 15 minutes prior to each VTH (6:45 pm) on seiuwest.ca.

Make sure we have the right phone number on file! Use the ‘contact’ form on seiuwest.ca or contact the MRC at 1-888-999-7348 ext. 2298 to ensure we have your preferred phone number on file.

NOTE:

A general phone call will be going out on Sunday November 29 followed by a call prior to the beginning of each virtual town hall call to all numbers on our list. This will give members the opportunity to join any or all of the meetings.

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