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Superior Wages

It is widely recognized that unionized workers earn superior wages to those of unrepresented workers. The process to achieve this is called collective bargaining. Through collective bargaining the Union negotiates on behalf of all the employees, rather than the individual negotiating his/her wages and conditions directly with their employer. Collective bargaining provides workers greater bargaining power with their employer than individual negotiation.

Contact your Local for current wage rates and benefits.


Pension

The BC Regional Council of Carpenters participates in the Alberta Carpenters & Allied Workers (ACAW) Pension Plan.

For further information, please visit http://www.acawtrustfunds.ca/pension/


BC Regional Council of Carpenters Benefit Fund

COVID-19 AND YOUR BENEFITS PLAN

This section is currently in development.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CALL OR WRITE:

BC Regional Council of Carpenters Benefit Fund

Office: 250-383-8116 (+2)

Toll Free: 1-888-812-0367 (+2)

Fax: 250-383-1603

210-2750 Quadra Street

Victoria, BC V8T 4E8

Email: info@bcrcc.ca

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