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What matters most on January 05, 2018
Nick MartinJan 05, 2018 1:00 AM
The Manitoba Government and General Employees’ Union has filed unfair labour practice charges with the Manitoba Labour Board against 26 employers in the public health-care system.
The MGEU is alleging the employers are under government orders to refuse to bargain for new collective agreements under Bill 28’s wage-control provisions.
Most of the 26 bargaining units and their 7,500 workers have been without collective agreements since March 2017.
“It’s not fair for health-care workers to keep working with expired contracts,” MGEU president Michelle Gawronsky said Friday.
Union alleges province ordered 26 health-care employers not to bargain
Jan 05, 2018 1:00 AM
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