A collective agreement is a written and binding contract between the Union and the employer, which sets out the terms of employment. The Manitoba Nurses Union is constantly sought to improve working conditions, wages and benefits through the negotiation of new collective agreements. Some of the benefits that MNU members receive are not included in the collective agreement, but are provided by pension and trust benefits boards: some of the ways in which our collective agreements support us: finally, our bargaining centre has been updated in manitobanurses.ca to include all previous updates. For throes of security and privacy, members must log into the trading center with your MNU member ID and password. If you have forgotten your MNU membership ID or password, follow the registration page instructions. „I want to congratulate Darlene on a successful campaign to become the next president of Manitoba Nurses. Darlene is a veteran force in our union, whose long experience as an activist has prepared her well for her new role,” said Mr. Mowat. I would also like to thank all the candidates who presented their names in the elections. Their campaigns, hard work and ongoing commitment to Manitoba nurses are essential to our success as a democratic organization. The early stages of negotiations are often slow and we believe the same will be true for this round of negotiations. As you know, because of the legislation imposed by the Pallister government, this cycle will be extremely complex.

The Health Sector Bargaining Unit Review Act (Bill 29) requires the merging of collective care agreements within each health region. While most languages are consistent in the UNM agreements, there are some variations that we need to look at carefully at the negotiating table. The first meetings are expected to focus on this work. Talk to Christine or contact one of the other managers for any questions or concerns about the site. As always, if you know the members who have not received emails from our site, please let them know one of us so that we can update our contact list accordingly. All nurses who have 20 years of service (according to Section 2105) and… Wage scales for all occupational classifications are increased by an additional 5% (unassembled) to reflect the higher cost of living in the North. Thank you for your patience and continued support.

Contributions are compared in the same way between employers and workers. Send a report on workload staff to document and increase staffing problems that affect patient care. . The parties also agree that this lump sum payment will be made to the nurses concerned during a salary period that will follow the last day of the two-day period following the September 30 period of each year. The Isolation and Distance Retention Allowance is paid annually to all nurses (including full-time, part-time and casual and casual care): Darlene Jackson has been secretary of the Manitoba Nurses Union for two years and has more than two decades of experience as chair of her workplace in The Pas.