“We continue to explore a number of options as part of our collective agreements, as we want to provide additional support to our COVID 19 response,” he said. I haven`t exhausted my salary yet. It`s going to happen in Grade 9, where I`m going to make almost $110,000. This does not include all the benefits paid by employers and, until then, we will have another collective agreement that will increase that maximum salary (and therefore my maximum salary). AHS offers 89-day contracts to some casual workers to prevent the benefits required after three months of full-time employment, as stipulated in their collective agreement, according to the Alberta Health Sciences Association. “This government is using the laws to enter into our collective agreements and allow them to remove the language from our collective agreements,” said Mike Parker, President of the HSAA. “Bill 9 is cancelling our wage re-opening, and this is a fundamental attack on the agreements we have signed with our employers.” This seems to be a fairly normal union agreement. On the other hand, we could be like the United Kingdom and lay off a large part of our unionized employees for less skilled free market workers. It only has the effect that hospital staff work harder for less money and have negative effects on patients` health.
But it`s cheaper! Parker says he has been pushing AHS to temporarily change the collective agreement for more than a month. MEDICINE HAT, AB — Medicine Hat`s public sector employees came together on Monday to raise awareness of the issues facing their industry. Jerrica Goodwin, a spokeswoman for the department, made a statement to CHAT News. Look here the thing is part of the AHS, during the X years (differences for each position or union) I receive an annual increase in pay, in addition to a salary increase. You can check out these step increases here AUPE, HSAA, UNA. Participating unions include the Alberta Provincial Workers Association (AUPE), the United Nurses of Alberta (UNA) and the Alberta Health Sciences Association (HSAA). “If the nurses go to university and think there will be no future for them, they will only have their training – it`s a very high level of education – in Alberta, and then they go away, they leave, and they won`t come back,” he said. “And we will be in a great squeak again.” My point is that you would get more than 10 years with an increase of $20,000 on top of all the increases negotiated. The union, which represents 27,000 front-line health care workers, says it is not satisfied with the way Alberta health services treat casual workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. Protests against the law were organized by public sector employees across Alberta. tl; dr I think most AHS employees are already super well paid, we should stop crying and realize that in difficult times, the 5-10% of the province should be ready to make a hit.
“We have to stick together as unions, because this government is, they`re on the run to get us,” said John Terry, a local nurse and director of the local chapter of the AA. “In fact, you have declared war on us with the report of the blue body and the discourse on returns.” That`s because GSS doesn`t really have any real influence, and the union that represents them knows that the entire GSS could leave “in private” with a hat, so they appease the AHS and try to do their best not to tear the boat. I don`t think it`s an EMS position except EMT-P, but the last time I checked is that they start at $28,000. There has been a lot of talk about the provincial budget, the AUPE unions, the backtracking, etc. I thought it would be better to reveal some of the things that the union does not mention in its advertisements. Concerns from many unions related to Bill 9, adopted this summer by the Unified Conservative Party, and delayed wage negotiations until after October 31. AHS pays 10% of my salary to my pension fund, I pay 9%.