The online vote was concluded last night on the agreement, which is retroactive to November 1, 2014 and expires on October 31, 2020. The employer will make retroactive payment and retirement allowance a priority. Other aspects of the new agreement will be gradually introduced over time. Details of these calendars will be released as soon as the information is finalized. The following collective agreements between the Nova Scotia Health Authority, the IWK and the Council of Unions of the Nova Scotia Security Union (NSCNU) are in effect from November 1, 2014 to October 31, 2020. At the expiry of these agreements, the process of negotiating new contracts for the acute supply sector will begin. The NSNU represents community care nurses working for the Victorian Children`s Order (VON), Canadian Blood Services and home care practices. These agreements will remain in force until a new treaty is negotiated and ratified by members. Nurses working for the Victorian Order of Nurses ratified an agreement reached on February 13 between Nova Scotia Nurses`Union and the employer. The union members who voted voted 90% in favour of ratifying the agreement.
We are pleased that our members have accepted this agreement. We can now promote the positive changes that have been made at the negotiating table to improve the problems of working life and to enable health care workers to ensure quality care. To update your personal information, contact 1-800/902-469-1474 or email@example.com. We hope you can enjoy your experience on the NSNU website. Here, you can keep NSNU`s activities up to date, easily access your collective agreements and updates, find the latest editions of the NSNU newsletter, apply for scholarships and scholarships, monitor NSNU campaigns and advocacy work, access the Members Only page and more. Happy Browsing! Collective bargaining was concluded last night when an interim agreement (AT) was reached between your NSNU bargaining committee and employer von. NSNU negotiations for our members employed by the Victorian Order of Nurses began on January 8. The NSNU negotiating committee met on 3 January to review the proposals and review priorities. In total, the teams met seven times for personal negotiations, including 8, 9, 10, 30, 31 January and 1 and 13 February. The mask.
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