Rumble Electric Employees Secure Wage, Other Improvements with New Contract
North York, ON—Local 52 members employed by Rumble Electric Co. Ltd. voted unanimously to ratify a new three-year collective agreement providing them with increases to wages, benefits, and retirement savings.
The 32 electricians and apprentices have been represented by Local 52 since 2016 when they left the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers union to join CLAC.
The new agreement improves on an already sector-leading wage and pension package, with further wage increases of two percent each year, plus improvements to on-call pay. The contract also provides improvements to employer pension and benefits contributions.
“Everyone worked together to come up with an agreement that was beneficial for both sides,” says CLAC bargaining committee member Keith Gaudaur.
Rumble Electric provides high-rise residential, commercial, and industrial electrical service throughout the Greater Toronto Area.