“By agreeing to these additional conciliation dates, we are leaving no stone unturned and taking every possible step to try and reach a fair collective agreement for our members.” — Jason MacLean, NSGEU President.
Monthly Archives: July 2017
“Treating social and public health services like they’re just another option for an investment portfolio is risky for everyone.” — Michelle Gawronsky, MGEU President
PEIUPSE/NUPGE members to celebrate at 2017 Pride.
Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW) survey was modelled on the internationally recognized Copenhagen Psychological Questionnaire. It was conducted anonymously to identify psychologiacal factors in the workplace that affect stress levels and health outcomes of workers.
“These are folks who have dedicated their lives to helping those in need find employment and get a fresh start on life. They deserve a hell of a lot better than the way their bosses are treating them.” — Warren (Smokey) Thomas, OPSEU President
“As expected, privatization means that protecting the environment takes a back seat to maximizing profits.” — Elisabeth Ballermann, NUPGE Secretary-Treasurer
“When the employer saw that workers were determined to get a deal that respected their professionalism and dedication to their work, management came back to the table at the 11th hour. My warm congratulations to New Path workers and thanks to bargaining team members and OPSEU staff.” — Warren (Smokey) Thomas, OPSEU President
“i didn’t even know all these professions existed, but these people, amazing people gave me my life back.”
Edmonton (24 July 2017) — The Health Sciences Association of Alberta (HSAA/NUPGE) has some inspiring members.
People who are not only role models in their jobs, but who also go above and beyond to create a better world around them. Not for the recognition, but because they care about people.
Ken Forgach, HSAA member, is just such a person. A pharmacist at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Edmonton, he was recently honoured for his work at the 2017 Apex Awards.
“We knew that ordering regional health authorities to cut millions from their budgets would hurt patient care, and now we’re seeing the damage that it’s causing.” — Michelle Gawronsky, MGEU President