Viha Facilities Collective Agreement

HEU and HIVA negotiate a work adjustment plan that ensures that all employees are seamlessly transferred from their current employer to the Public Health Authority, where they are covered by the same collective agreements as other HEU members at North Island Hospital. All HSA members in the health sector are part of one of three collective agreements: community social services and private sector employees are subject to three separate agreements: “It is appropriate that their work be managed and managed by the health authority and that these workers be subject to the same collective provisions as those they work with them every day.” If you are unsure of the agreement that covers your job, please contact us. HEU Executive Director Jennifer Whiteside welcomed the decision and thanked the health department for its plan to bring the work into the home. Visit heABC to see the collective agreements “Housekeeping employees are critical and valued members of the health team in Comox and Campbell River,” says Whiteside. IN the coming weeks, HIVA plans to hold information sessions describing the transition process for cleaning and waste management staff. This is the first contracting in the health sector under provisions negotiated during the last round of facilitation negotiations early last year. The hospital employees` union represents the 150 Crothall cleaners and waste management officers at both sites. HEU is CUPE`s bc health department, which represents the majority of CupE`s health care workers in the province with more than 50,000 members. Ordinary workers are entitled to benefits paid by employers as a result of the conditions for granting aid. Unionized workers can review their collective agreement to find out more. In the following documents, you will find a brief overview of your benefits according to your collective agreement. .

Waste management and management services currently provided by Compass Canada (Crothall) at the North Island Hospital sites in Comox and Campbell River will be directly monitored by the Vancouver Island Health Authority (HST) from October 1. “We represent thousands of workers in contract support services throughout B.C and each of these workers is essential to the functioning of our health team. Group Benefits – Non Contract – Management/Regular – Effective January 1, 2015Groups – Non-contract – Fixed term – Effective January 1, 2015 Group Benefits-at-a-glance Summary 2010 – Community Group Benefits-at-a-Summary glance 2015 – Community-Casual Group Benefits-at-a-glance 2014-2019 – Facilities Group Benefits-at-a-Glance 2012-2019 – Health Science Professionals Group Benefits-at-a-Glance Summary 2010 – Nurses will continue to expose us to transfer these services directly under the control of health authorities. These workers earn no less. Terms of employment for non-employees – As of January 1, 2015 Code of Conduct “This is just the beginning of a process to get the work back in place,” says Whiteside.