Bargaining Update

Bargaining Update March 21 Nova Scotia Council of Health Care Unions announce strike vote. Collective Bargaining and Essential Services Update

Education Opportunities

Education Message Education Request Form 2018 NOVA SCOTIA WORKSHOP SCHEDULE _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________                            Education Guidelines Along with the Bylaws section 17 Education, the following guidelines will be enforced to minimize costs and to best serve the needs of the membership. All Local 8920 members are eligible to attend CUPE … Read More

Member update on health care bargaining

Member update on health care bargaining   November 28, 2017 The Nova Scotia Council of Health Care Unions, NSHA and IWK have completed three days of conciliation and plan to meet again in January for another five days. The last three days provided good discussion and some important progress towards a new collective agreement. However, a lot of work remains. The … Read More

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Update on Collective Bargaining for members

After 22 days of negotiations, multiple pieces of Liberal legislation attacking workers rights, and Employers who are attempting to take away key benefits from healthcare workers at the bargaining table, talks have finally broken down between the Nova Scotia Council of Healthcare Unions, the NSHA and IWK. As a result the NSHA and IWK have filed for the help of … Read More

BILL 148 MEMBER UPDATE

HOW DID THE MCNEIL LIBERALS PROCLAMATION OF BILL 148 AFFECT US? 1. Regardless of classification or which hospital we work in, we have an imposed 4-year wage restraint of no increase for the first two years (0% and 0%), 1%, 1.5% and 0.5% on the last day of the fourth year. This is not a wage pattern agreed to by … Read More