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Health Care Bargaining Strike Vote Update

After two very successful telephone town hall meetings it’s clear that people are tired of being attacked and are ready to send a strong message to the Employers and Stephen McNeil that it’s time to take our negotiations seriously. To those that participated in our town halls, either by listening in or asking a question […]

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Health Care Bargaining Unit Telephone Town Hall

Health Care Bargaining Unit Locals 100, 122, and members of Local 193, 104 & 195 Telephone Town Hall  WHAT: Telephone Town Hall WHEN: Tues., April. 3 & Thurs., April. 5, 2018 TIME:    7:30 p.m. We are holding a Telephone Town Hall meeting for NSGEU members who work in Health Care in Locals 100, 193, […]

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Healthcare Bargaining Update – February 15, 2018

The Nova Scotia Council of Health Care Unions, NSHA, and IWK just completed six days of conciliation in an effort to conclude a new collective agreement for the Health Care bargaining unit. The parties have agreed to another 11 days of bargaining over the course of the next few months. Bargaining in January and February […]

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Entitlement to Holiday Pay when the Holiday falls on your Day of Rest

Attention: Members who work for the NSHA: We have received a number of queries regarding entitlement to holiday pay during this holiday season. In particular, the Employer issued a memo to all employees advising that December 22nd would be designated as the half day Christmas Eve holiday for Monday to Friday employees. However, your Payroll […]

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Health Care Bargaining Year End Update

Health care bargaining will continue to move forward in the New Year. The Nova Scotia Council of Health Care Unions, NSHA, and IWK completed three days of conciliation in November.  While these days provided good discussion and some important progress towards a new collective agreement there is still a lot of work to do. Both […]

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Update on Health Care Bargaining following conciliation

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 parties have held 27 […]

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Update on Collective Bargaining for members of Locals 100, 104, 122, 193, and 195

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 […]

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Update on Health Council Bargaining

NSGEU Members on the Health Care Council Bargaining Committee spent another four days at the table working to conclude a new collective agreement for members of Locals 100, 104, 122, 193 and 195. The Council of Unions executive committee has decided to begin bargaining with the Health Care Council. Once that is complete, bargaining will […]

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Upcoming Meeting for Staff Working at Emerald Hall & Transition Hall

Good afternoon, On Tuesday, April 25th at 7:30 p.m., the NSGEU will hold a meeting to discuss ongoing workplace safety concerns with members who work at Emerald Hall & Transition Hall. President Jason MacLean, Employee Relations Officers Rick Wiseman and Tony Bremner, as well the Director of Negotiations and Servicing for Health Care, Shawn Fuller, […]

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Healthcare Bargaining Update

The Healthcare Council of Unions and the NSHA and IWK completed a round of mediation yesterday at the request of the Labour Board, which has resulted in an agreement to re-start bargaining toward a new collective agreement. The Healthcare Council of Unions (made up of NSGEU, Unifor, CUPE and NSNU health care workers across the […]

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