Upse Health Pei Collective Agreement

(more) Presidential elections are about to be elected. In June 2011, the union appealed for the appointment. Please stay there! In addition, members were invited to submit tenders to the union for grass cutting services… (more) PEI UPSE discussed openly and openly with the government the province`s persistent fiscal challenges and the need to reduce spending to reduce the deficit. At the meeting, the union presented a series of cost-cutting proposals for the government`s review and stressed that reducing services was not a viable option. (Read the full version) Discussions on a collective agreement between pei UPSE Health and Health PEI have stalled. (more) The Union`s presidential bid committee has requested the nomination for the upcoming presidential elections. The president`s term is three years. UPSE and Tremploy signed a new three-year collective agreement with a 100% ratification vote to support the new treaty. UpSE President Karen Jackson thanked the negotiating team for their commitment and hard work in negotiating a package of fair wages and benefits for membership. Shelley Ward, President of PEI UPSE, said: «Our health members` negotiating team deserves congratulations for their hard work and commitment during the negotiation process.

By working together, we have reached a fair agreement for our members who provide essential health services to the people of Prince Edward Island every day. They all play equally important roles in the delivery of health care in many areas and are key members of care teams, both in the public and private sectors. The work you do every day has such positive effects on people`s lives and healthy results. You embody excellence in care despite the many challenges you face on a daily basis!!! Thank you for everything you do for your patients, residents and clients ❤️ If you have trouble contacting the survey, contact Melissa Bruce at l`mbruce@peiupse.ca or (902) 892-5335. Canada`s unions are proud that we have received health insurance for many of our members. But we believe that anyone with a health card should be covered for the medications they need. That`s why we`re working on a universal prescription medical plan that covers everyone in Canada, regardless of income, age or where they work or live. Add your voice (here)! Are you a not-for-profit or not-for-profit organization looking for financial support? The «UPSE has a Heart» team is looking for a proposal or presentation from their organization. If you are interested, call UPSE (902-892-5335) or email (peiupse@peiupse.ca) by Friday, February 7, 2020. Your presentation should not last more than 5 minutes.

Presentations will take place on February 10 and 11 (February 11 and 12).