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Polling released today by the Hospital Employees’ Union shows one out of three health care workers (33.6 per cent) report coming to work while experiencing cold or flu symptoms bec... Read More
The Hospital Employees’ Union is raising the alarm about Lower Mainland health authorities’ plan to completely contract out in-house medical transcription even though costs for lim... Read More
The Hospital Employees’ Union says a plan by Lower Mainland health authorities to contract out all medical transcription services threatens to put the confidentiality and accuracy... Read More
The Hospital Employees’ Union says that B.C.’s annual hospital housekeeping audits fail to provide health care decision-makers and the public with a complete picture of the state o... Read More
B.C. CEDAW Group/Lawyers' Rights Watch Canada (Vancouver): Canada and British Columbia are failing to deal with the human rights crisis of disappearances and murders of Aboriginal... Read More
B.C.’s largest health care union says today’s provincial budget represents a lost opportunity to make strategic investments in seniors’ care and in the health of its citizens. The... Read More
B.C.’s largest health care union says the establishment of a seniors’ advocate, announced today by the provincial health minister, is long overdue and will improve quality of care... Read More
The Hospital Employees’ Union is demanding the immediate reinstatement of one of its members who has been suspended without pay for speaking on behalf of the union at a January 19... Read More
[BURNABY] Unions representing 46,000 B.C. health care workers will sit down with employers and government to begin negotiations for a new collective agreement on Tuesday. The Hospi... Read More
The owner of Acacia Ty Mawr Lodge intends to contract out all the jobs at the Shawnigan Lake seniors’ residential facility, putting more than 30 directly-employed care aides, recre... Read More