Collective Agreement Mnu

Some benefits enjoyed by MNU members are not provided in the collective agreement, but are provided by pension and fiduciary benefits boards: the image below does not reflect the current collective agreement. Some of the ways in which our collective agreements support us: To download your copy of the contract contact www.manitobanurses.ca/what-we-do/current-agreements.html, follow the direction and click on Seven Oaks Nurses, Local 72. The wording of the Local 5 collective agreement sometimes differs from the standard UNM formula and collective agreements in other local/workplaces. Please check your Local 5 collective agreement to make sure you have the corresponding text. Since the agreements are specific and may differ from any workplace, it is important to review each contract when working in multiple institutions. A collective agreement is a written and binding contract between the Union and the employer, which sets out the terms of employment. The Manitoba Nurses Union is constantly sought to improve working conditions, wages and benefits through the negotiation of new collective agreements. The President of Local 5 acts as the Local`s representative on the Provincial Collective Bargain Committee (PCBC) and negotiates any new collective agreement on behalf of the 5 local members. .

Local 72 is a member of the Manitoba Nurses Union, which represents more than 11,000 members in Manitoba. ANNEXE A – DETERMINING AVG NUMBER OF STAFF ALLOWED OFF Nurses also obtained a co-financed COLA fund for all health care workers covered by the Health Workers` Pension Plan (HEPP). Contributions to the COLA Fund will begin in 2014 and COLA will be paid in 2018. In addition to salaries, the hourly university supplements are: example #1 – a nurse 0.6 EFT with 4 weeks of leave… they then make only 3 – 7 days of requests. Formula for each ranking: total mandatory weeks off – average number of people with 52 weeks off and weeks off. Note: Round the nearest number if you have a fraction. See Appendix A. Do not allow a requirement that exceeds that number at any given time. For Christmas/New Year, the number of sacked employees should be halved.

Consideration should also be given to limiting the number of nurses during peak periods (i.e. July/August). NRC should check these figures before they are published with their management team. The employer covers the cost of covering an annual salary. You can choose to add up to 3 x salary as coverage, at your expense. . . . Find your collective agreement and pay scales in the following areas.

. The collective agreement in force to date is from April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2017.