Canada Post union threatening members if they accept overtime during strikes

Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers could be kicked out of the union if they go against CUPW’s pressure tactic of refusing overtime during the rotating strikes.

An internal union memo to members obtained by Global News clearly spells it out:

“Working on your rotation day (RDO) is a violation of the National Overtime Ban. This is a legal strike action. All CUPW members must follow this direction. You will be subjected to Articles 8 charges under the National Constitution.”

A rotation day is considered a scheduled day off.

Source: Canada Post union threatening members if they accept overtime during strikes | Globalnews.ca