Congratulations to the unions and their members on successfully negotiating and ratifying the Health Administrative Professionals’ Collective Agreement

October 23, 2023

This achievement highlights the power of collective bargaining when parties come together and work towards a resolution.

The unions’ and health administrative professionals’ dedication and hard work have been instrumental in reaching this agreement. A mutually beneficial outcome has been achieved through open dialogue, collaboration, and a shared commitment to finding common ground.

Negotiating a collective agreement is a complex process that requires compromise, understanding, and a commitment to all parties’ well-being. The successful resolution of this agreement is a testament to the strength and effectiveness of the collective bargaining process.

We applaud the unions and their members’ determination, resilience, and advocacy throughout this negotiation process. By standing united and working towards a fair and equitable agreement, they have demonstrated the power of solidarity and its positive impact on workers’ lives.

This negotiated settlement recognizes the valuable contributions of health administrative professionals and ensures their rights, benefits, and working conditions are protected and improved. It is a significant achievement that will positively impact the lives of these professionals and contribute to the overall success of the healthcare system.

Once again, congratulations to all involved in reaching this critical milestone. Your commitment to collective bargaining and your unwavering dedication to the well-being of health administrative professionals are commendable. May this agreement serve as a foundation for continued collaboration, cooperation, and progress in the years to come.

Statement from Bea Bruske, President of the Canadian Labour Congress on the news about NDP/Liberal negotiations on pharmacare:

February 23, 2024
Click to open the link

The decision by the city of Halifax to dismantle the encampments is unjust

February 9, 2024
Click to open the link

Statement by Bea Bruske: Canada’s unions are calling out Alberta Premier’s attempt to use trans and gender-diverse children, youth and adults to score political points

February 1, 2024
Click to open the link