Fri Oct 21

Labour Relations & Negotiations

Labour relations and negotiations are important parts of ONA’s role as your representative. As members, your contract defines the parameters of your work. As your union, it’s our job to negotiate the best contracts possible. We continuously strive to improve and enhance your work life.

Working Together

There are 32 bargaining units in this sub-sector, 31 are nursing and one is allied. The majority of the members are Public Health Nurses (PHNs) and Registered Nurses. Members in this sector have the right to strike if they reach an impasse in bargaining and their employers have the right to lock them out.

Visit the Public Services Health and Safety Association website to download the Community Care: A Tool to Reduce Workplace Hazards

Members’ Resources

Database of collective agreements with Public Health Unit employers

Professional Responsibility Workload Report Form

Form for submitting membership information updates

Local Websites

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