In 1996, the fight against AUPE began to bear fruit. In late 1995, launderers at Calgary`s Foothills Hospital began a week-long wildcat strike to protest the Calgary Health region`s decision to assign a laundry service to Edmonton-based K-Bro. With the overwhelming support of other AUPE residents, unions and the Calgary public, the workers forced Premier Klein to make a concession. After a year and a half of negotiations, we have reached a preliminary agreement with AHS, which we recommend as a negotiating team for our membership in its members, AUPE has existed as a public service advocate. In 1992, however, the Union was in the midst of a progressive conservative leadership campaign that came to life with promises of privatization and reduction. This year`s negotiations resulted in an average wage increase of 2%. No money for health care or education, but a lot of money to secretly subsidize the NHL. 👿 the csa`s historic milestones: pensions in 1923. Group life insurance 1934. Fee control in 1947. Mileage quotas in 1948. A 40-hour week in 1955.
Four weeks of vacation after 24 years in 1956. A classification procedure in 1957. The first CSA agreement with a board of directors in 1958 for Branch 23 at the University of Alberta Hospital. Half of the sick premiums were taken care of by the employer in 1967. New legislation, which the CSA recognized in 1968 as the sole bargaining partner for Crown staff, as well as for some boards of directors and agencies. No comment from Rajan Sawhney, Minister of Municipality and Social Services or whether there will be consultation with people who use the program or their families. Health Expenditure Account: As of April 1, 2012, the employer contributes $600 ($500) per year for each full-time job; The annual contribution is used on a pro-rata basis on behalf of part-time workers (unchanged). Any allowance not used in a staff member`s account as of December 31 of each year may be deferred for up to one calendar year (as amended). Starting January 1, 2013, the plan will be transformed into a flexible spending account that allows members to direct spending towards health spending, SRSPs, professional development or (newcomer) wellness activities. When negotiations were stalled in 1990 and the government accelerated its transfer of services, Local 006 social workers went on a 22-day strike on workload and staff. Subsequently, The prison officers of Local 003 led a seven-day strike over the early pensions and pensions they earned. Local 054 General Support Staff also held a one-day strike at the University of Alberta Hospital.
Statistics Canada is conducting a survey to understand the impact of COVID-19 on Canadian health care personnel, with a particular focus on access to personal protective equipment (PPE) and infection prevention and control (CPI) measures in the workplace. In 1989, privatization and deregulation were booming, and the government was planning test balloons to privatize some of its key human services. Membership continued to decline, mainly due to cuts in public services, and AUPE faced significant debts, declining revenues and crippling construction costs.