Your Representatives/Vos representantes:
|CUPE Link/Lien de CUPE:||Christy McGregor|
|Air Transat Link|
Our mandate is to increase cabin personnel’s and the company’s awareness of matters relating to status of women. Such issues include but are not limited to employment and pay equity, harassment and discrimination, workplace violence and pregnancy and maternity related issues.
Did you know…?
At Air Transat, over 75% of our members are women.
Approximately 60% of CUPE members are women.
In 1967, Grace Hartman, from CUPE 373, City of North York, is elected national secretary-treasurer of CUPE, making labour history as the first woman to hold a top national union job in Canada.
March 8th: International Women’s Day
December 6th: National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women
Links of Interest:
EI Maternity and Parental Benefits
Status of Women in Canada