FACEBOOK PAGE CODE OF CONDUCT
Violators will have their posts deleted, be warned and if problems persist, they will banned from posting on this page.
Language and Trolling: Our community is family-friendly. As a public page, young people can view the content and therefore language should be kept within a PG-13 level. Vulgar language is not allowed. This constitutes the use of any kind of offensive, discriminatory, or otherwise inappropriate material. Inappropriate language will potentially be removed and users will be warned.
Do not post provocative, outrageous, or pointless messages only to get a response from others, i.e. "trolling." Repeat violators will be permanently banned.
Lastly, if it is abundantly clear that a user has no intention of positively contributing to FFAW related dialogue, combined with an abrasive, combative attitude, they will be banned from posting.
Personal Attacks: In order to maintain a positive atmosphere, no personal attacks or insults will be tolerated. While discussions may become heated and can be political in nature, it is not an excuse to result to attacks or insults. There is a difference between a passionate, respectful discussion and one that delves into personal matters. Think of it as debating issues, not individuals. When the line is crossed, the discussion may be deleted by the administrator.
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The Fish Food and Allied Workers (FFAW-Unifor) is the province’s largest private sector union, representing over 12 000 Newfoundlanders and Labradorians. Most of our members are employed in the fishing industry. We also have members working in the hotel, hospitality, brewing, metal fabrication, window manufacturing and oil industries.
FFAW-Unifor is proud to be affiliated with Unifor, the largest industrial union in the history of the Canadian labour movement with over 300,000 members across the country.
FFAW-Unifor is a private sector union in Newfoundland and Labrador, and is affiliated with Unifor.
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