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Worksite Campaigns


Nurses with worksite concerns can contact their steward or regional chair about the possibility of organizing a campaign to address their concerns. After initial discussions with members, a Labour Relations Officer may contact BCNU's Department of Communications and Campaigns and seek the assistance of a campaigns officer.

A campaigns officer may attend to facilitate a meeting of concerned members to help brainstorm solutions and help members map out a plan of action to influence decision-makers.

Stewards and LROs can explain the funding that is available for members who participate in worksite campaigns.

Here are some examples of BCNU worksite campaigns:

  • Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital nurse's brief to IHA Board More... [ PDF Format: 232 Kb]
  • Nanaimo psych nurses make gains More... [ PDF Format: 163 Kb]
  • Cariboo Memorial nurses win big More... [ PDF Format: 190 Kb]
  • Win for RNs at 100 Mile House More... [ PDF Format: 157 Kb]
  • Comox RNs campaign to keep RNs in Extended Care. More... [ PDF Format: 255 Kb]
  • Cowichan RNs secure extra staffing in their ER. More...

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