We are a member-oriented organization that focuses on the needs of New Brunswick nurses. The Union assists its members in negotiating collective agreements with employers. Negotiating a collective agreement protects the rights of members, individually and collectively, and is an important part of our advocates for our members. All NBNU collective agreements are negotiated on the basis of the care sector. Throughout our history, we have negotiated many collective agreements, each a step toward a better life for nurses and their patients, clients and residents. We were sad when Minister Dorothy Shephard said in a press release that we were at a dead end. Our last conversation with the negotiators, shortly before 5 p.m., although we were not in the agreement, was not reported by the mediators that we were at an impasse. The negotiating team will meet with all our resources to prepare and degenerate to the next level. All options remain on the table to reach a collective agreement that takes into account wages on the cost of living and the protection of free collective bargaining. Your hard work and commitment, combined with your unity, will ensure a fair and equitable collective agreement.
Over the past 51 days, the government has made more efforts in the courts to withdraw our rights. If all the energies and resources had been put at the negotiating table, we might have reached an agreement. PROUD Nurses We do what we do because WE CARER! First of all, I would like to thank all the members for their strength and solidarity. I would also like to congratulate all local leaders for the extraordinary work they have done in recent weeks to organize their jobs. Today, Justice Tracey DeWare heard arguments on the judicial review of Robert Breen`s decision. While no health care worker who spends their day caring for our seniors wants to strike, the degree of frustration with the understaffing and the ability to either hire or retain the numbers required for safe care has brought us to the point where there is no choice but to proceed with a strike vote. Rotational days, evenings, nights, weekends, statutory holidays and on demand. Changes related to operational requirements are reserved. Yesterday, September 26 at 3:43 p.m., we received a call from a reporter asking for comment on the offer, but I could not comment because we had not yet received it.
However, 22 minutes later, at 16:05 by email, not even a call. We have received an offer from the retirement home association that this is the last offer. Your bargaining team met with the employer today. The discussion is ongoing and we are staying around the table. . On Thursday, May 16, we went to the legislature and we expected that the request for unreservedly binding conciliation would be put to a vote. Although the amendment was not put to a vote on the basis of the vote, we received a commitment of opposition that the proposal, if presented in two weeks, will have the necessary support to be adopted. However, as you all know, we have not had much reason to be proud in recent months, but I know that our actions have proven that we are prepared to take the necessary steps to hold those who lie to us to account – and we have shown our unity, solidarity and heart to stand up and fight. We are almost there, so please, hold on a little longer — we can do it.
Nurses Part III Nursing Homes Manager/Supervisor Until members have had the opportunity to verify and vote whether the agreement to accept, no details will be published.