The Local Union Executive Board is made up of elected members from within the workplaces of the local. The Executive Board is responsible for the running and decision making of the local on behalf of the local union and its members.
To conduct the affairs of the Local Union and in keeping with Unifor-Canada constitution, the President, Vice-President or Financial Secretary have the authority to sign, administer and enforce any contract between the Local Union and another party. This is subject to the provisions in the Unifor constitution and does not apply to collective bargaining. The President also has the authority to make all decisions on behalf of the local Union in between board meetings.
Each Local Union will have the following Executive Officers: President, Vice-President or Vice-Presidents, Recording Secretary, Financial Secretary, three Trustees, Sergeant at-Arms, Guide and a retired worker (if the local has a chapter).
The Local Union Executive Board will consist of all Local Union Executive Officers and as many members-at-large as the Local Union deems necessary. The term of office for all elected officials is three years.
All Local Union official representatives, whether elected or appointed, will have the duty and obligation to support, advance and carry out all provisions of the constitution, all official policies of the National Union, and all official policies of the Local Union, to the extent where they remain consistent with National policies and the constitution.
Local 414’s Executive Board consists of President, Vice-President, Financial Secretary, Recording Secretary, three Trustees, Sergeant at-Arms, Guide, retired worker, member at large and six area chairpersons.
All have voice and vote on the board.