Ona Collective Agreement Health Sciences North

« We are very pleased with the Labour Board`s decision to end once and for all the outstanding issues regarding the vote, » said Linda Haslam-Stroud, President of the ONA, RN. « We are pleased to represent and welcome medical laboratory technicians, respirators, kinesiologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, physiotherapists, pathologists, radiologists and more than 50 other classifications of health professionals in ONA. » « We look forward to working with all members – new and experienced – to negotiate a new collective agreement and address their work-related issues, » said Haslam-Stroud. The ONA represents 1,300 registered nurses (RN) at HSN. Last year, several groups of health professionals – about 190 workers in total – voted in favor of joining the ONA. The employer and the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) then requested a vote from the Labour Board after three North Bay workers were transferred to HSN. The vote was won by the ONA. Our new bargaining unit now includes the 190 members of the ONA, the approximately 500 current members of THE OPSEU and approximately 80 non-unionized workers. They are now part of the ONA, the largest health union in Ontario. The Ontario Nurses Association (ONA) represents the heart and soul of Ontario`s health – nurses and associated health care workers on the front lines. As an organization, ONA not only represents them at the bargaining table, but it is also their collective voice for the world. ONA. SUDBURY, 14 years old. June 2017 /PR/ – The Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB) has ruled in favour of the Self-Employed Workers` Association of Ontario (ONA) with respect to the representation of approximately 800 health professionals employed by Health Sciences North.

The ONA is the union that represents 64,000 registered nurses, nurses and health professionals, as well as more than 16,000 member organizations of student nurses that provide care in hospitals, long-term care centers, public health facilities, family health teams, municipal health centers, the municipality, clinics and industry. The Ontario Nurses Association is a strong supporter of the province. hospitals | Retirement homes| Retirement homes| | in the field of clinical public health | Industry| LHINs (ex-CCACs) | Home Care Providers Visit us at: www.ona.org; Facebook.com/OntarioNurses www.Twitter.com/OntarioNurses. Contract Contract Contract Contract Contract Contract Contract Contract Contract Contract Download the model care home (French) (expires June 30, 2021) Here, the Ontario Nurses` Association is calling in Sault Ste. . . .

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