Unfortunately, a previous bargaining meeting at the EPP for members of its ANC residents also gave the impression that the nurses employed by Alberta Health Services have not reached an agreement. On 15 February, ADA members will vote on an interim agreement that will provide comprehensive job security for NRAs and NRPs, represented by the AR, as well as an independent external evaluation committee to address patient/resident/client care issues. According to the press release, AUPE now represents 150 Auxiliary Nursing Care (ANC) employees at the Calgary facility, a classification that, according to the terminology incorporated into the collective agreements and certificates of the Alberta Labour Relations Council and used throughout Alberta`s health care system, includes licensed nurse practitioners (LPNs) and health aides (HCAs). AUPE awards two members per month with the Spotlight Award until the 2021 Convention. To name your employees, go to aupe.org/YACspotlight doctors collectively negotiate with the province on the Alberta Medical Association, but unlike other health care workers, Alberta legislation does not cover labour relations. Established physicians are represented by the Professional Association of Established Physicians. www.aupe.org/news-and-publications/memoriam deadline for applications is December 8, 2020 at 16:00. You are applying here: www.aupe.org/…/financial…/bursaries-and-scholarships Looking for your collective agreement or the latest minutes of meetings? Browse the list of downloadable documents. While United Nurses of Alberta is pleased that the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees has organized Auxiliary Nursing Care employees at Wentworth Manor Care Home in Calgary, it is necessary to clarify some of the terms used in the February 5 AUPE press release that announce the success of their union efforts. It is important to remember that under the Alberta Nursing Home Act, the term “nurse” is defined as a registered nurse, a registered psychiatric nurse or a certified registered nurse.
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