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Bargaining Update: All Civil Service

E-Vote on Employer’s Final Offer – Vote will begin December 12 at 8 a.m. and end December 14 at noon. Your Bargaining Unit Negotiating Council and your Union Negotiating Committee are recommending the rejection of the Employer’s final offer. This offer includes two years of zeros, and ends the Public Service Award for all new members (as of April 2015) […]

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Ratification dates for the Civil Service tentative agreement have not yet been confirmed.

Please note: Telephone Town Hall to discuss the Civil Service tentative agreement is Monday evening, November 30 at 7pm.  Ratification dates for the Civil Service tentative agreement have not yet been confirmed.    As soon as the dates have been confirmed, you will be emailed voting information along with a personal PIN number that will […]

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Clerical/Administrative Professional Vote Results

Good afternoon, The vote to create a single NSGEU administrative professional bargaining unit which would represent all clerical and administrative professional members working in the District Health Authorities and the IWK concluded at 5 p.m. today. An overwhelming majority – 95 per cent – voted in favour of the NSGEU consolidating all Clerical & Administrative […]

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Information on Upcoming Vote for Clerical/Administrative Professionals

In order to fulfill a requirement of the provincial government’s new Health Authorities Act and allow the NSGEU to have an opportunity to continue to represent you, we need to consolidate all Clerical/Administrative Professional locals into one. NSGEU’s Clerical/Administrative Professionals are being asked to vote on creating one standalone local which would represent all of […]

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Letter of Support from NAPE President Carol Furlong

The following letter was sent from Carol Anne Furlong, President of the Newfoundland Labrador Association of Public & Private Employees, to Premier Stephen McNeil:   October 15, 2014 Honourable Stephen McNeil, Premier of Nova Scotia Office of the Premier 7th Floor, One Government Place 1700 Granville Street, PO Box 726 Halifax, NS B3J 2T3 Dear Premier McNeil: […]

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Government is Legislating Away Your Union Representation & Collective Agreement

Premier Stephen McNeil plans to take away your hard-earned rights and benefits, and says “health care workers don’t care” who represent them. We need you to send this government a very clear message that Premier McNeil is wrong. Premier McNeil revealed to media yesterday that he is rejecting the Bargaining Association proposal put forward by […]

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