Island Health Collective Agreements

All HSA members in the public health sector are covered by one of three main collective agreements: community social services and private sector employees are subject to three separate agreements: Iceland Health offers a comprehensive package of benefits that may vary depending on the collective agreement and employment status. The municipal pension plan and the public service pension plan are cost-sharing agreements to which the worker and the employer contribute. Employees are diverted from the plan after two years of contribution. Group Benefits-at-a-glance Summary 2010 – Community Group Benefits-at-a-glance Summary 2015 – Community-Casual Group Benefits-at-a-glance 2014-2019 – Facilities Group Benefits-at-a-a-2019 – Health Science Professionals Group Benefits-at-a-Summary glance 2010 – Nurses For more information on your services, please see the following documents. Group Benefits – Non Contract – Management/Regular – Effective January 1, 2015 Group benefits – Non-contract – Limited duration – From January 1, 2015 The greatest right to leave starts at four weeks with additional time based on years of service. . Ordinary workers are entitled to benefits paid by employers as a result of the conditions for granting aid. Unionized workers can review their collective agreement to find out more. If you are unsure of the agreement that covers your job, please contact us.

Terms of employment of contract workers – As of January 1, 2015 Code of Conduct For workers who have obtained paid sick leave credits, short-term sickness benefits are granted when they are unable to work due to injury or illness. Visit the HEABC website to see the pinnacle of the collective agreement that is provided in accordance with the collective agreement and legislation. Eligible workers can benefit from an additional allowance/increase in employment (SEB). In addition, in the event of a family crisis, a paid break may be available. Unpaid compassionate care may be available for the care of a terminally ill family member (in accordance with the Employment Standards Act).

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