Workplace violence is a complex issue; however, the bottom line is that no one should have to go to work on a daily basis expecting to be assaulted.
PEIUPSE/NUPGE members fighting forest fires in Ontario.
"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
Home care is a valued public services - keep it public!
"Is the trend toward privatizing health care services in the public interest?" — Karen Jackson, PEI UPSE President
"Our union believes in supporting communities, and we recognize that this time of year can be hard for a lot of people. If we can help in any way to make things a little bit easier, then it is a worthwhile cause." — Karen Jackson, PEI UPSE President
PEIUPSE/NUPGE members to celebrate at 2017 Pride.
Find out more about mental health and healthy coping mechanisms at the PEIUPSE/NUPGE course.
PEI UPSE/NUPGE members voted 84% in favour of the new collective agreement after a lengthy bargaining process.
PEI government closer to sell-off of public golf courses with lease to private company.