Wage increases plus steps to address bullying in the workplace.
Occupational Health and Safety
President Shelley Ward says it is 'simply the safest thing to do' in the circumstances. A decision will be made later on when to reschedule.
'This administration will not tolerate disregard of our laws. Employers have a legal and moral responsibility to protect their workers.' - Hilda Solis, U.S. Secretary of Labor.
New Statistics Canada study finds dramatic increase over the past decade, validating concerns expressed by peace officers.
Fines implemented in the hopes of reducing injuries and fatalities in the workplace.
Fines of up to $500 will be imposed for using hand-held devices after a three-month education period.
MGEU and other health care unions address health and safety concerns relating to flu outbreak.
Article alarms the public irresponsibly and unfairly maligns some of the most dedicated workers in Canada.
International group of experts recommend health care workers be first in line for vaccine. At the same time, governments in Canada are developing new rules to help doctors prioritize who gets access to scarce treatment if vaccine isn't available.
Exposed to risk doing daily diagnostic tests.