The Telecommunication Workers Pension Plan is a defined benefit plan established January 1, 1975 for employees covered by the Telecommunications Workers Union Collective Bargaining Agreement and BC Telecom and Associated Subsidiaries. The Plan is governed by a Board of Trustees consisting of eight persons, four named by the Union and four named by the Company.
The Telecommunication Workers LTD Plan was established on January 1, 1992 to provide Long Term Disability benefit to bargaining unit members at TELUS in British Columbia. The Plan is governed by the same Board of Trustees on the TW Pension Plan. Previous to January 1, 1992 Long Term Disability was part of the Pension Plan.
The TWU-USW Employee Life and Health Plan - "ELHP" (previously known as the Telecommunication Workers Benefit Plan and Trust Fund) was established by the Telecommunications Workers Union (now known as Telecommunication Workers Union, United Steelworkers Local Union 1944) to provide group benefit coverage for eligible TWU members. The Plan is governed by a Board of Trustees appointed by the Union and comprised of Members of the Plan. ELHP provides Group Life Insurance, a Survivor Income Benefit and Short Term Disability benefits.
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