In early July, health care workers, represented by the Health Care Council of Unions (NSGEU, CUPE and Unifor), voted to adopt a preliminary agreement for adoption by its bargaining committee. The contract is valid from 1 November 2020 to 31 October 2023. Here are the highlights of this agreement: Your new collective agreement was ratified yesterday, and 100% of members voted in favour. We will start the process now. A copy of the new collective agreement will be posted on the NSGEU website early next week. Please note: Call City Hall to discuss the Preliminary Public Service Agreement on Monday evening, November 30 at 7 p.m. Nova Scotia Health and IWK`s health care collective agreements were signed today after some delays, mainly related to the final establishment of salary scales for all classifications. Now that the agreement has been signed by all parties, we expect the employer to provide retroactive effect information in the coming days. Please stay tuned for further updates. Your bargaining committee is very pleased to inform you that it has reached an interim agreement with your employer and is in the process of doing so. “While we know there are still issues to be raised in 2023, we were confident that the Agreement reached on July 6 was certainly in the best interests of members,” said Les Duff, Interim President of Local 8920.
This new agreement provides for a new legal wage regime, a remote work policy and economic adjustments of two percent per year for three years. Your retroactive payment will be made available to you on your next payment. The Union has been informed that your first collective agreement has been ratified by the Council. If you are a member of. “These workers are dedicated to their work, and they have been very committed to Nova Scotians during this pandemic,” said NSGEU President Jason MacLean, “We are pleased to have finally been able to negotiate an agreement with their employers and government that will put them back on track where they need to be: leaders in Atlantic Canada.” At the end of the afternoon, your negotiating committee reached a provisional agreement, which it recommends to the members to adopt. Tomorrow (Wednesday, July 7), the NSGEU will continue our previously scheduled telephone town hall at 7:30 p.m.m .m. We will use this time to discuss the offer that the committee will ask you to vote on. You have the opportunity to ask questions and make comments during this call (you should have already received an invitation email and a call to this event: if not, please call NSGEU at 902-424-4063, toll-free 1-877-556-7438 or email email@example.com).
Details of the agreement will not be disclosed until members have had an opportunity to review and vote on the agreement. “I am pleased that the bargaining committee was able to reach an interim agreement to bring back these members, who have been at the forefront of the pandemic for over a year,” said Linda MacNeil, Regional Director of Unifor Atlantic. We are in the process of scheduling an information session and a ratification vote, where the bargaining committee and your chief negotiator Nicole McKim will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about the agreement-in-principle. Please pay attention to more details and make an effort to attend and vote at this important session. “The salary improvements in this new agreement are a positive step forward, particularly for care team assistants, to recognize the value of these front-line employees,” said Linda MacNeil, Regional Director of Unifor Atlantic. “This contract provides a solid foundation on which to retain and attract health care workers to provide essential services to Nova Scotians.” Negotiations on a new collective agreement between the Council of Unions and the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSH) have begun. Members of Local 99 92/99 who participated in the ratification vote voted 60% in favour of the provisional agreement. Thank you very much. “This agreement includes a salary offer and language enhancements that are appropriate and recognize the important contributions that health care workers make every day,” said NSGEU President Jason MacLean.
After the committee spent two more days at the table with the employers and the conciliator, the committee was finally offered an agreement that included appropriate salary and language improvements. From all of us at NSGEU, we wish you a healthy and normal new year and a good way forward. We are happy to inform you that on Wednesday, January 5, restaurants will be 100% for the. This contract, which runs from November 1, 2020 to November 31, 2020. October 2023 contains a variety of improvements, including: The Public Service Collective Bargaining Act clarifies how disputes are resolved in collective bargaining. In. In mid-November, the NSGEU received an arbitration decision that would see RPNs working as Continuing Care Assistant Advisors (CCAs). We will send a ratification document to all members in the coming days, which will be in our database, which will contain voter information. We will also be scheduling additional informational events, so please keep an eye on your email. As a result, the Council is suspending the strike vote that began yesterday (Monday 5 July) and will instead hold a ratification vote in the near future. .
Please make an effort to attend this meeting. An electronic vote on the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Local 98 members is currently underway and voting closes at 4 p..m .m. As part of the bargaining process, the unions conducted a comprehensive wage analysis and compared the wages of many health professions across the country. This analysis showed that the wages of many Health Care Workers in Nova Scotia have fallen below the level they should be at compared to other provinces. This is largely due to the provincial government`s seven-year austerity policy. . Local 100 Christopher Weaver, firstname.lastname@example.org Members of Parliament, thank you for providing valuable public services during this difficult time. This new variant turns out to be. On November 5, 2021, Bill 71 (Tourism Nova Scotia Dissolution Act) was passed. The full text of the.
Local 47 – Metro Regional Housing Authority Provisional agreement reached Information & Ratification Vote expected Dear members, we are pleased. After four days of negotiations, your bargaining committee with your employer is at an impasse and has requested arbitration. “After five days of arbitration, we believe the agreement put on the table late Tuesday afternoon was actually enough to reverse the decision to ask our members to consider a strike,” said Les Duff, interim president of Local 8920. I would like to thank the Bargaining Committee for its hard work and commitment during a difficult round of negotiations, as well as for the solidarity and support of members. If you have any questions or concerns about the bargaining process, please contact a member of your bargaining committee: Local 122 Sara Jane Arason, email@example.com Members of Parliament, Members of Local 98 voted in favour of the Mou. With the memorandum of. The Health Care Council of Unions (NSGEU, Unifor and CUPE) together represents approximately 7,500 health care workers in various positions at Nova Scotia Health (NSH) across the province and at the IWK. Dear Member, This wave of pandemic presents different health and safety challenges than previous waves due to the. Your bargaining committee appreciates the patience and support you have shown during this process. PRESS RELEASE: Union calls for judicial audit and files complaint with Labour Standards Tribunal October 28, 2021 The union representing the quarry.
And the creation of a joint committee on justice, diversity, inclusion and reconciliation, composed of equal representation of employers and unions.