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AHS assures Alberta nurses union Amid lingering fears a health care overhaul could impact jobs, Alberta nurses acquired an agreement Friday they won face layoffs.
A letter of understanding was signed between the United Nurses of Alberta and Alberta Health Services that would see the union spared reductions in full time equivalent positions until at least March 31, 2017 when their current contract expires. Late last month, union officials had expressed deep concerns the impact of the AHS restructuring described as operational best practises largely targeting work patterns would amount to hundreds of nurse layoffs. have expressed our concerns and will continue to monitor the transformative changes to the workforce, including the implications of operational best practices, UNA president Heather Smith said in a statement. During a meeting with AHS two weeks ago, the UNA kate spade luggage for sale was told there wouldn be job losses, said the union Director of Labour Relations David Harrigan. saying that and signing a letter of understanding are two different things, he said. Even so, the UNA still has concerns that AHS will making to man changes that impact the quality of health care, added Harrigan. In a statement released Thursday, the AHS said operational best practise is using approaches from other jurisdictions to slow the growth of spending and improve care. times, programs may revise staffing models and mixes to meet the needs of the organization, it stated. goal is to use our resources as efficiently as possible while maintaining focus on quality care. Thursday, the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE), which represents other AHS staff, claimed layoffs, hour cuts and disruptive job changes were taking place across the province, notably at the Calgary South Health Campus. And one registered nurse said she and her colleagues are still leery kate spade cyber monday deals changes will lead to job losses by making their positions untenable, along with a resulting impact on patient care. going to change the rotations again and force RNs to change their areas of work and bump people out of their lines based on seniority, said the nurse, who didn want to be named. officials wouldn comment on Friday but they and province have firmly denied that any layoffs have occurred or will happen during changes to streamline operations. And they said where can you buy kate spade hiring continues to meet where to sell my kate spade bag growing public demand for services. AHS is right to make changes to control costs and move away from acute care to more preventative medicine, said Alberta Liberal leader Dr. David Swann. need to give the AHS an opportunity to make changes, even if it means different roles and training, he said. has to change we have the highest cost system with the lowest outcomes. said he suspected AUPE hostility towards the moves is a tactic since the union is currently in bargaining on the health care front. Alberta’s largest nurses’ union gained assurances Friday they won’t be hit with job losses, but fears remain an overhaul of the system will come with a toll. A letter of understanding was signed between the United Nurses of Alberta and Alberta Health Services that would see the union spared reductions in full time equivalent positions until at least March 31, 2017 when their current contract expires.
Late last month, union officials had expressed deep concerns the impact of the AHS’s restructuring described as operational best practises would amount to hundreds of layoffs for nurses. have expressed our concerns and will continue to monitor the transformative changes to the workforce, including the implications of operational best practices, UNA President Heather Smith said in a statement. On Thursday, the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees which represents a large percentage of AHS staff claimed layoffs, hour cuts and disruptive job changes we.