What should I be doing?

  • Ask questions! Ask questions! Ask questions! Knowledge is power.
    • Your MRFA Department Communicator is available to provide information and to pass your questions and concerns on to the MRFA Executive Board.
  • Stay informed:
    • Attend regular MRFA meetings
    • Engage with your MRFA Department Communicator
    • Read the MRFA Weekly Newsletter
  • Support your Negotiations Committee! (e.g. wear a button)
  • Participate in educational and informational activities in support of the MRFA, such as: wearing your MRFA buttons to show solidarity, staffing tables to communicate our position and distribute handouts and other relevant material, and join information pickets when they occur.
  • When and if directed by the MRFA, participate in work-to-rule job actions.
  • Remember: Our Negotiations Committee needs MRFA Members to demonstrate our support of their work on our behalf. The MRFA prefers to arrive at negotiated settlement without resorting to Job Action but the Association is prepared in the event that Job Action becomes a reality.