Community health bargaining

Economic Stability Dividend (ESD) provisions that were included in collective agreements covering more than 250,000 public sector workers will provide an additional 0.35 per cent w...Read More
In the last round of bargaining, the Community Bargaining Association (CBA) and the Health Employers Association of BC (HEABC) negotiated a “comparability increase” for certain cla...Read More
In the last round of bargaining, the multi-union Community Bargaining Association (CBA) successfully negotiated “comparability increases” to be applied to approximately 80 per cent...Read More
Workers in the community health sector have voted 86 per cent in favour of a two-year contract that provides an across-the-board wage increase, and improved workplace and schedulin... Read More
The multi-union Community Bargaining Association (CBA) has reached a tentative collective agreement with the Health Employers Association of BC (HEABC). The two-year proposed contr... Read More
The Community Bargaining Association (CBA) has agreed to reconvene bargaining on January 7, 2013 in Vancouver. There will be no further job action over the holidays. Rotating job a... Read More
About 40 community health workers – mostly HEU members – were behind picket lines today at Richmond Health Services (8100 Granville Avenue) as negotiations between the Community Ba... Read More
More than 200 union members were impacted when about 60 community health workers set up picket lines at the Cranbrook Health Unit and Cranbrook Home Support, as limited job action... Read More
The Community Bargaining Association (CBA) has reviewed the latest offer from the Health Employers Association of BC (HEABC), and has determined that there’s no reason to return to... Read More
The Community Bargaining Association (CBA) – representing 14,000 health care and administrative workers – met on October 18 to discuss next steps in trying to achieve a collective... Read More