Service Employees` International Union West (SEIU West) and the Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations (SAHO Inc.) have successfully concluded a new interim collective agreement. This agreement will create a total of four union collective agreements, all of which, with the exception of affiliated organizations, are now active in a single provincial health agency. Details of the new collective agreement will be communicated until ratification by members of SEIU-West and SAHO Inc. “I am very pleased with the joint efforts of both parties to reach an agreement that brings stability to important health services during this difficult time of pandemic,” said Health Minister Paul Merriman. “THE MEMBERS OF SEIU West are highly valued members of our health teams and are appreciated by the residents of Saskatchewan, and I want to thank them for their commitment. SEIU-West represents 11,500 licensed nurse practitioners, special caregivers, caregivers, office workers and other occupations working in acute care, long-term care, home care, primary health care, emergency medicine, public health and psychological services. The traditional core league contract of 1199 is based in the hospital industry of New York and Long Island, where dozens of institutions form the League of Hospitals and collective bargaining houses with our union. Contract 1199SEIU/Ligue is a framework contract that covers tens of thousands of hospital staff. This is the `standard contract` from which we aspire to the conditions – wages, social benefits and protection of workers – throughout our Union. Many hospitals and medical centers outside the league have “Me Too” contracts that are modeled after those in the league.
Thank you to everyone who submitted applications for Recruitment and Engagement (Article 5.17.1). We look forward to your applications. Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, our schedule has changed, but we plan to regroup as a team if it is certain to do so Memorandum – Implementation of January 1, 2017 increase of 1% – triggering of turnover. On July 28, 2020, our union filed a national health and safety complaint against CDCR and CCHCS. THE CDCR and CCHCS responded in a timely manner to our complaint on August 10, 2020. . 1) Two new additional communications Recently, the California Department of Health (CRPD) sent our union two new communications on changes in working conditions: on August 4, 27, 2020, our union met with CRPD representatives on pending communications. CRPD has answered many of our outstanding questions and, based on our previous complaints, Contract Unit 4: 1 July 2018 – 30 June 2021. .