The Local 3338 website has been updated! Mostly.
The site has had a major restructuring so things may not be where you remember. Some new pages within the new site structure include: each unit with its own page, one for resources, as well one with information for new members. You’ll notice that some pages have placeholders for content that is under review and will be added as completed. We ask you for your patience as we work on adding information to those sections. If you notice any errors or omissions, we probably have too! We’ll send out an notice once the project is completed.
Welcome to Local 3338
CUPE Local 3338 is a non-profit union organization. We represent nearly 1200 members in six bargaining units each with their own employer across all three campuses of Simon Fraser University.
To be advocates for just and diverse workplaces and communities, and to foster respect, dignity, and equity for our members, and for all working people.
Get active in your local: Volunteer!
The work of the union cannot happen without the invaluable time given by its members. There are many ways to volunteer with a varying levels of time committment: committees and sub-committee work, elected position as an Executive Board member, stewarding work to help members with workplace issues, and many more.
The equality statement guides members in day-to-day interactions during our working hours and union activism.
Affiliation with CUPE National and CUPE BC provides the Local with access to workshops for union education, resources on key issues for union members, financial resources, and other administrative supports. In addition, CUPE National assigns a representative who assists the Local with guidance on bargaining, grievances, and governance.
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The Canadian Union of Public Employees is Canada’s largest union, with 715,000 members across the country. CUPE represents workers in health care, emergency services, education, early learning and child care, municipalities, social services, libraries, utilities, transportation, airlines and more.
In our province, CUPE represents workers in nine core sectors: local government, public education, libraries, post-secondary education, transportation, emergency services, community social services, community health, and non-governmental organizations. CUPE members can be found in every region of the province, providing important public services that to families, kids and communities.