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December 2018

In this issue: This special bargaining issue contains details on the proposed Nurses' Bargaining Association 2019-22 provincial collective agreement. Read about the innovative nurse-driven workload assessment process that will determine safe staffing levels. Learn about new premiums to compensate members for working short, and find out more about new leaves and scheduling options that respect nurses' professional autonomy.


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Staffing and Workload

A joint patient care needs assessment process will help determine appropriate short-term staffing levels.

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Respecting Nurses' Autonomy

Leave days and self-scheduling will elevate and advance the profession of nursing.  

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Flexible Benefits

Nurses will be consulted about the benefits they value and want protected.​ 

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Protecting Pensions

Options for control over our retirement security to be explored.

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Professional Practice

New funding has been secured for professional development and education.

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Community Nursing

Specialized care programs will help nurses provide care to more complex patients.​ 

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Fair Compensation

Pay will increase further if employers don’t staff to meet patient needs.

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Health & Safety

Provincial framework will make care safer and healthier for nurses and patients.

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Updated: 1/8/2019 10:01 AM

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