1. Has the employer (the Toronto Transit Commission) not protected its employees from the nuisances on his company`s Twitter account (@TTChelps), which are contrary to the Ontario Human Rights Code and the collective agreement? The development of acceptable responses for both parties for the employer and the Union could provide assistance to senior service managers who respond to the tweets received by @TTChelps and arise from the fact that the responses they have provided are not contrary to the collective agreement or TTC`s legal obligations. It may also be advantageous for the parties to develop guidelines acceptable to both parties as to when such information should be provided and whether tweeters should simply indicate that, if they wish to file a complaint, they should contact the TTC by telephone or through the TTC website (paragraph 146). While the TTC tries to link overcrowding and the impact of services to the absence of staff, union members reported that many operators are in divisions because their crews have been cancelled, for example. B on express bus lines. Instead of being on the road to help on busy lines, TTC management has operators who sit at departments. It is time for the TTC to take responsibility for its own mismanagement and solve the problem. . In this case, the arbitrator weighed the pros and cons of the TTC`s presence on social media on Twitter @TTChelps. In the end, it was decided that the TTC`s presence on social networks was important, but that changes needed to be made to ensure that employees were not harassed in the workplace. The TTC`s inability to provide employees with a safe and contactless environment has been this: transporting thousands of drivers a day, Toronto`s public transportation employees are among those at high risk of exposure to coronavirus. Until March 31, six TTC employees tested a positive COVID-19 rate, including the last subway TTC rate collector case.
ATU Local 113 wishes a speedy recovery to all confirmed cases and we will continue to demand strong health protection for Toronto`s public transportation heroes. You can call us at 416-393-3030 or go ow.ly/AKsGz share your experience (paragraph 26) It generated the following answer from @TTChelps: For more information: Contact with the media: Tel: 416-803-1804, E-mail: [email protected] TTC workers absent during the coronavirus pandemic are responsible by following the advice of public health experts and political leaders, including the Prime Minister, who also went to isolation because he could be exposed to a coronavirus. The TTC`s Chief of Safety issued a statement last week in which he reiterated Toronto`s Public Health recommendation that “we ask all employees and the public to monitor symptoms and stay home if they are sick.” I understand your TTC frustrated, but does not tolerate any threat against our employees Please call if you have a complaint According to a TTC spokesperson, the absenteeism rate has gone from 6 percent typical to more than 20 percent because workers are sick or isolated due to the recent travel history or possible exposure to coronavirus. TTC management did not say how many of these cases were from vehicle operators compared to non-operational employees or business leaders. The 20% absenteeism rate coincides with a 70% decrease in the number of drivers. YOU NEED YOUREMPLOYES SOME MAN-NERS AND RESPECT TEACH! I SWEAR I`LL RAISE THE ASSAULT RATE MYSELF Based on evidence of tweets in all of the above categories, the union claimed that the employer had not provided safe and harassment-free employment.