Hsa Nurses Collective Agreement

A full copy of the 2014-2019 collective agreement is available here: If you are unsure of the agreement that covers your employment, contact us. All HSA members in the field of public health are covered by one of three framework collective agreements: the collective agreement for HSA members who are nurses is negotiated between employers and the Nurses Bargaining Association, which represents nurses from the Health Sciences Association and the BC Nurses Union. The BCNU is the largest union in the NBA. At present, about 900 HSA members are covered by this agreement. The majority of nurses contribute to a defined benefit pension plan through the Healthcare Employees Pension Plan (HEPP). The services are competitive in the health market and benefit from a higher early retirement. The benefit depends on your contribution years in the plan. The majority of nurses can, through HEBP, access group living benefits which, in the event of death, offer up to 4 times their salary. There is also accidental death and dismemberment cover. Visit the HEABC website to view the Pan Am Clinic Breast Health Centre Home Care Program Public Health Program Clinical Nurse Specialists Primary Care Nurses Nurse Practitions Regional Programs Collective Agreements The employer pays the cost of covering an annual salary. You can choose to add up to 3 x salary as coverage at your own expense. Pay scales for all occupational classifications are increased by an additional 5% (unassembled) to reflect the increase in the cost of living in the North.

Group Benefits-at-a-Glance Summary 2010 – Community Group Benefits-at-a-Glance Summary 2015 – Community-Casual Group Benefits-at-a-Glance 2014-2019 – Health Science Professionals Group Benefits-at-a-Glance Summary 2010 – Nurses` contributions are offset by employers and workers. You can find a brief overview of your benefits under your collective agreement in the following documents. On 1 October 2012 the Long Service Step entered into force. . . .