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Minority government an opportunity for members

July 1, 2004
The Report: July / August 2004 vol.25 num.4 by CINDY STEWART

"Family status"

July 1, 2004
The Report: July / August 2004 vol.25 num.4 by LEANNE M. WALSH I heard that there is a recent court case about discrimination against employees based on "family status." What are the issues? Why is this court case important?

Working to end abuse

July 1, 2004
The Report: July / August 2004 vol.25 num.4 by CAROLE PEARSON

Giving comfort in times of distress

July 1, 2004
The Report: July / August 2004 vol.25 num.4 by CAROLE PEARSON luremi Ukpeh's first name means "one who gives comfort in times of distress." No wonder physiotherapy seemed like a good career choice.

HSA scores on-call pay win

June 24, 2004
BL9987 HSA has scored a significant victory for Paramedical Professional Bargaining Association members who have been denied on-call pay when they were called back to work. Under the collective agreement, members receive premium pay for the hours they are scheduled on call. The current rate is $3 an hour for the first 72 hours in a month, and $4.25 per hour for any additional on-call hours.

Negotiations continue for health science professionals contract

June 16, 2004
PARAMEDICAL PROFESSIONAL BARGAINING ASSOCIATION Bargaining Update #8 PDF Version (Adobe Acrobat required)

Health science professionals, employers agree to process to conclude contract talks

June 10, 2004
The Paramedical Professional Bargaining Association (PPBA), which represents health science professionals working in BC's health care system, has reached a framework agreement with HEABC. Health science professionals deliver the clinical, diagnostic and rehabilitation services in the public health care system in B.C.

Health science professionals, employers agree to process to conclude contract talks

June 10, 2004
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEInformation: Miriam Sobrino Communications Officer604 439 0994 office / 604 328 2886 cell Then Paramedical Professional Bargaining Association (PPBA), which represents health science professionals working in BC's health care system, has reached a framework agreement with HEABC. Health science professionals deliver the clinical, diagnostic and rehabilitation services in the public health care system in B.C.

BARGAINING UPDATE #7: Framework agreement reached for health science professionals

June 10, 2004
PARAMEDICAL PROFESSIONAL BARGAINING ASSOCIATIONBargaining Update #7 PDF Version (Adobe Acrobat required)