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Collective Agreement Hsaa Ahs

Guy Smith, President of AUPE, said: “We have worked hard with other unions and employers to reach an agreement that protects staff and protects equipment. In times of crisis, it is good to see how we all work together for Albertans. “Alberta`s private health centres have been particularly affected by the pandemic. Workers have reached their limits in some of these centres and their public sector employees are ready to step in where the need is greatest – heroes who support heroes to keep the most vulnerable Albertans safe and healthy. This agreement helps to ensure that there is a process to do the job. Guy Smith, President of AUPE Toews, issued the statement after the United Nurses of Alberta, which represents more than 30,000 registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses and “allied workers,” rejected Alberta Health Services` proposal to postpone collective bargaining until 2021. “This is a complicated situation caused by a very serious emergency affecting all parts of Alberta, and the best way to deal with it is for all parties involved to work together and reach a satisfactory agreement for both parties, ensuring that Alberta`s health facilities are fully occupied and that our members are treated fairly while they are on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19. It is thanks to all the participants that this work has been a success. “Heather Smith, President of the AA” The AAU believes that all redundancies should be postponed until a new collective agreement is reached. Yesterday (April 23), the Alberta Health Sciences Association (HSAA), the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE) and United Nurses of Alberta (UNA) negotiated an agreement with alberta Health Services (AHS) that sets out the parameters for this temporary redeployment of staff. Today, the three unions representing the majority of AHS staff issued the following joint statement: In a statement published on its website on Friday, the HSAA said that the agreement is accompanied by redundancies for the protection of the HSAA until collective bargaining resumes. This seems to be a fairly normal union agreement. On the other hand, we could be like the United Kingdom and lay off a large part of our unionized employees for less skilled free market workers.

It only has the effect that hospital staff work harder for less money and have negative effects on patients` health. But it`s cheaper! “It is regrettable that we have not been able to reach an agreement with the ADF to continue these agreements in exchange for an extension of the current workplace safety provisions,” the Health Authority said. “While we believe that our focus should remain on our COVID-19 response, we accept the union`s response and will work with them to schedule bargaining dates in the coming weeks. I haven`t exhausted my salary yet. It`s going to happen in Grade 9, where I`m going to make almost $110,000.


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