CUPE Health Members’ workload and bargaining survey now open

BURNABY – With the HSPBA and CBA collective agreements expiring on March 31, 2019, the Health Employers Association of BC (HEABC) has expressed interest in commencing bargaining in 2018. To collect input and the evidence needed to successfully fight for improvements that reflect members’ priorities, CUPE’s Health Care Presidents’ Council is conducting a workload and bargaining survey.

The results of this survey will form the basis of CUPE’s proposals and will be subject to amendments, additions and final approval by the membership at the Health Sector Bargaining Convention to be held early in 2018.

CUPE’s health care locals in B.C. have heard that workload is a very important concern for CUPE health members leading up to this round of bargaining. A significant amount of this survey is dedicated to finding out more about the workload issues you are experiencing, and collecting data to demonstrate the importance of workload as an issue.

Responses to the bargaining and workload survey will be confidential.
Additionally, any contact information you provided will be separated from the responses received.

CUPE members from the CBA and HSPBA are asked to complete this important survey by December 19th.

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