Laurentian Bank union representation to change
Labour board officer to supervise next steps: Employer
11/17/2017|labour-reporter.com|Last Updated: 11/17/2017
Laurentian Bank of Canada was founded in 1846, and serves 1.5 million clients throughout Canada and employs more than 3,500 employees. GOOGLE STREET VIEW
The Laurentian Bank in Montreal was advised by the Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) that a motion was received Nov. 16 from a group of Laurentian Bank employees asking to revoke the Canadian Office and Professional Employees (COPE), Local 434 union accreditation, covering all of its unionized employees.
The majority of these employees work in Laurentian Bank branches in Quebec and some are employed in corporate offices in Montreal, said the company.
As set out in the applicable legislation, a CIRB officer has been designated to supervise the next steps of this motion, according to Laurentian Bank.
Laurentian Bank of Canada was founded in 1846, and serves 1.5 million clients throughout Canada and employs more than 3,500 employees.
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