Caregivers Nape Agreement

The agreements include wage increases and improvements in contract language, according to the union. Details of the provisional agreement will be announced to members at the ratification meetings currently scheduled. St. John`s (Oct. 05, 2015) – The Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Public and Private Employees (NAPE/NUPGE) has entered into an interim agreement with Caregivers Inc. for more than 550 home and youth nurses. The Union hopes that the agreements ratified with the Group of 17 and the carers will make it possible to resolve these remaining negotiating groups quickly. “Now that we have a ratified agreement for over 3,000 home nurses with the group of 17 as well as a preliminary agreement for this group of workers, we hope that the remaining negotiations will come into force fairly quickly,” Earle said. “I would like to commend the bargaining team for their hard work and determination to reach a positive agreement for Caregivers` home and youth caregivers. The completion of this agreement will ensure that they can focus on providing quality support and care to the poorest in our province.

A preliminary agreement was reached for hundreds of servants in Newfoundland and Labrador. According to NAPE, the agreements cover more than 4,000 workers across the province. Workers voted 89% in favour of adopting the agreement. The new collective agreement includes approximately 550 home and youth facilitators in Newfoundland and Labrador. Nape has ratified new collective agreements with 24 youth and home support institutions across the province. According to the press release, the agreement provides for salary increases as well as better contractual language. As Nape/NUPGE is still at the negotiating table with several home care agencies, details of the agreement will not be released at this stage so as not to affect other negotiating groups. St. John`s (October 20, 2015) – Caregivers Inc., members of the Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Public and Private Employees (NAPE/NUPGE), have voted to ratify their new collective agreement. The provisional agreement is based on the presentation for the group of 17 agencies and provides for salary increases and improvements in the contractual language.

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