"It’s important for employees across the province to have financial and job security if they want to leave a domestic violence situation. This legislation could possibly save lives." — Karen Jackson, PEI UPSE President
PEI Union of Public Sector Employees
PEI UPSE/NUPGE’s bursary and scholarship program helps reduce some of the economic burden that students face.
The 2017–2018 theme for the Purple Ribbon campaign looks at the power of bystanders. Don't stand by. Stand with.
PEIUPSE/NUPGE members to celebrate at 2017 Pride.
The province needs to put measures in place to ensure the health and safety of staff, patients and the public in our hospitals and health care facilities.
The survey is currently open until January 27, 2017. The survey can be found here.
PEI UPSE/NUPGE members voted 84% in favour of the new collective agreement after a lengthy bargaining process.
“If [the] government insists on making any changes to this benefit, it would ultimately have to be dealt with through the collective bargaining process.” — Karen Jackson, PEI UPSE President
PEIUPSE/NUPGE members at three workplaces will see improvements to the working conditions as they ratify collective agreements.
"These women are part-time employees and have been without a contract since 2011. They are asking for stable part-time hours." — Debbie Bovyer, PEIUPSE President