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Bc Nurses Collective Agreement 2019

The agreement also provides improved mileage costs for municipal nurses. 2019 – 2022 PROVINCIAL COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT between Nurses` Bargaining Association and Health Employers Association of BC The union says a 2017 provincial survey showed that staff and workload were the biggest concerns for nurses in contract negotiations. There are also other bonuses for nurses who work in understaffed units and for those who agree to work a short-term shift. Here you will find a full copy of the 2014-2019 collective agreement: The Union bc Nurses` claims that 54 per cent of the more than 21,000 ballots cast in a ratification vote supported the agreement reached in November. The collective agreement for HSA members who are nurses is negotiated between employers and the Nurses Bargaining Association, which represents nurses from the Health Sciences Association and the BC Nurses Union. The BCNU is the largest union in the NBA. At present, about 900 HSA members are covered by this agreement. “I believe we have negotiated an innovative contract that will have a positive impact on the professional lives of our members and the patients in their care,” union president Christine Sorensen said in a statement Friday. “But the nurses sent a clear message to the government that they were skeptical, that there would be real change.” MoveUP represents the auxiliary staff of the BC Nurses` Union. The UNJB represents approximately 26,000 nurses and related health professionals. The Nurses` Bargaining Association represents approximately 44,000 registered, psychiatric and B.C licensed nurse practitioners. The agreement will enter into force on 1 April and expire on 31 March 2022. VICTORIA – Nurses in British Columbia are receiving a 2 per cent annual salary increase in a new three-year collective agreement.

Preliminary agreement for 44,000 nurses across British Columbia In addition, nurses are paid for previously unpaid work at the end of their work when they provide information to those who replace them. Starting April 1, 2020, nurses will receive an additional US$5 per hour when working on a unit, department or program with 10 or fewer nurses planned. You can find out what subsidies are available for prescription drugs and medical care recognized by the provincial government`s Pharmacare program. To see your benefits, click here to log in to your account on Pacific Blue Cross. “An unsustainable workload coupled with a systemic shortage of care has a direct impact on a nurse`s ability to ensure safe patient care. Our members have spoken,” Sorensen said. . . .