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Saho Seiu Collective Agreement

The two organizations now have 60 days to ratify the agreement and SEIU West members will now meet via videoconference and telephone to verify the terms and conditions available before voting. “Our members have been working hard, error-free or inserting since March 31, 2017 without a new collective agreement,” Cape added. “They will be able to verify the terms of the interim agreement, ask questions and express their opinion through their vote.” For the second time in four days, the Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations announced a new preliminary collective agreement with a union. “This interim agreement will undoubtedly place a huge burden on registered nurses and provide them with the stability and security they desperately need in the face of a global pandemic.” “Thank you to SUN and SAHO Inc., for their joint efforts and commitment to reaching this interim agreement.” Details of the eventual agreement may not be published until after the vote of the Seiu-West members. “I am very pleased with the joint efforts of both parties to reach an agreement on the stability of essential health services during this difficult time of pandemic,” Health Minister Paul Merriman said in a provincial press release. “SEIU-West members are highly valued members of our health teams and are being abandoned by the people of Saskatchewan, and I want to thank them for their commitment.” “Unfortunately, this agreement alone cannot address the critical understaffing situation in this sector,” Cape said. “We need real collaboration between the government, Saskatchewan Public Health and unions to significantly improve the system.” Service Employees` International Union West (SEIU-West) and the Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations (SAHO Inc.) have successfully entered into a new interim collective agreement. This agreement will allow a total of four union collective agreements, which, with the exception of affiliated organizations, are now all active within a single provincial health authority. Details of the new collective agreement will be shared until ratification by seiU-West-Mitglieder and SAHO Inc. “I am very pleased with the joint efforts of both parties to achieve pandemic stability in essential health services in these difficult times,” said Health Minister Paul Merriman. “SEIU-West members are highly valued members of our health teams and are being abandoned by the people of Saskatchewan, and I want to thank them for their commitment.” SEIU-West represents 11,500 licensed nurse practitioners, specialized nursing assistants, office workers and other occupations working in acute care, long-term care, home care, basic health care, emergency medicine, public health and mental health services.

Details of the various agreements will be published at a later date. Union members have been without a collective agreement since March 2017 and have tackled problems very loudly that have been compounded by new pandemic security measures that are now in force. In a statement released On Friday, the provincial government said the agreement between SAHO and the Service Employees` International Union West (SEIU West) is the fourth to be reached by unions that, with the exception of affiliated organizations, are now all active in a single provincial health authority. Details of the agreement are shared until ratification by SEIU West and SAHO members.


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