Recruitment and Retention Incentives Under Development for CBA Members

New incentives aimed at tackling retention and recruitment are now under development for members covered by the Community Bargaining Association collective agreement. 

The Community Bargaining Association today announced that they are in talks with the provincial government to finalize details of programs that would increase incentives for members living and working in rural and remote communities, and deliver tuition credits, bursaries and other opportunities.

The provincial government also announced $20 million in funding will be provided to the Community Bargaining Association to help members with mental health supports and professional development. 

Further details will be announced in the coming weeks.