Workers at Nain Inuit Community Government ratify new collective agreement with significant improvements.
NAPE members representing Air Services, Marine Services and Highway Workers meet in St. John's to plan for negotiations.
The highlight of the agreement on pensions is a commitment to establish joint trusteeship of the Public Service Pension Plan.
Unbearable heat raises serious potential for harm for long-term care residents, and workers. Eastern Health must take immediate action on these issues.
Members will be able to vote on the tentative collective agreement once a ratification meeting is scheduled.
Members negotiate wage increases, improvements to leave provisions and contract language.
NAPE President Carol Furlong is calling on the Minister of Health and Community Services to reverse the decision to reduce lab testing in rural hospitals and ensure that the people of rural Newfoundland have accessible health care.
Public relations advertising campaign to be launched at the conference to support home care workers.
Bill 22 reverses amendments to the Labour Relations Act that were introduced only two years ago that allowed for automatic card-check certification when 65 per cent of workers in a workplace sign union cards.
Incoming Newfoundland Premier Frank Coleman is picking a fight with public sector workers as he moves to privatize publicly operated liquor stores.