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December 9, 2020

Fraser Health Heu Collective Agreement

Filed under: Uncategorized — Mark Baker @ 3:13 am

On October 29, 2019, an agreement was reached on the details of the HSPBA pay rates negotiated for the 2019-2022 Health Researchers Collective Agreement. You can find the final salary schedules here. Please note that there are several professional schedules and you must refer to the salary schedule that corresponds to your profession. HSPBA staff are a health researcher — members of the modern health team that provide clinical, diagnostic and rehabilitation services in hospitals and communities across the province. The HSPBA is run by the Association of Health Sciences (HSA), which has the majority of its members. The other constituent associations of the HSPBA are CUPE, BCGEU, HEU and PEA. CUPE has about 1,000 members among the 19,500 members of the HSPBA, or about 4.32 percent of HSPBA`s total membership. In British Columbia, CUPE represents more than 2,200 Community Health members in the Health Science Professionals Bargaining Association (HSPBA) and the Community Health Bargaining Association (CBA). Within the HSPBA and the CBA, CUPE negotiates improvements to your collective agreement as part of a trade union confederation. CUPE`s negotiating strategy at these tables is to make profits that reflect the priorities of our members, to defend free collective bargaining, and to refuse and make concessions and two-pronged contractual clauses. Members and directors should be aware that this proposed collective agreement may contain errors and omissions that will be corrected in the coming months when the agreement is concluded and printed. Once the printed version is completed, employers are responsible for distributing the registers to employees covered by the HSPBA.

CUPE members are employed by Vancouver Coastal Health (CUPE Local 15), Portland Hotel Society (CUPE Local 1004), Vancouver Island Health Authority (CUPE Local 1978), Canadian Mental Health Association – Port Alberni (CUPE Local 3403-01) and Fraser Health Authority (CUPE Local 4816). They work from a large number of predominantly urban construction sites, including municipal health centres, transition centres and health protection offices in Metro Vancouver and Vancouver Island.

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