Join members of OPSEU Local 512 at the head office of Accessible Community Counselling and Employment Services (ACCES). They are taking a stand against concessions and two-tier wages.
OPSEU members at ACCES help people prepare for the job market and find work in their field of choice. Workers help more than 20,000 people annually to access the job market. Their work is all about helping people find good jobs, but when it comes to its own employees, ACCES Employment is behaving like a bad boss.
The members at ACCES could be on strike on September 15. They have been in negotiations with the employer since January 2017.
Tweet ACCES Employment at @ACCESEmployment and their CEO Allison Pond at @Allison_ACCES to tell them that their employees deserve a decent living. Tweet:
- @ACCESEmployment and CEO @Allison_ACCES should set decent work standards, not bring them down #topoli #onpoli #canlab
- Please RT & share if you think @Allison_ACCES and @ACCESEmployment should support fair and decent working conditions #topoli #onpoli