The right to advocacy

Right now, RAs have few accessible resources to address workplace disputes and problems, which include overwork, workplace safety concerns, and pay issues. By unionizing, not only will there be a Collective Agreement that sets expectations of an RAs work, but also a structure for RAs to request formal advocacy to address the overstepping of these expectations. And while little more can be guaranteed until we’re at the bargaining table, we can tell people of the substantial benefit TSSU has fought to secure — see TSSU & Past Wins!