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Seniority vs "duty to accommodate"

The Report: November / December 2002 vol.23 num.5

by RITU MAHIL

As a steward, I know that the union and the employer sometimes have to find creative solutions to adapt to employees' special needs in order to make it possible for them to continue working. Can you explain how "duty to accommodate" works?

Roots, community, inspiration

The Report: November / December 2002 vol.23 num.5

by KELLY FINLAYSON

s a union activist working in a health care profession, I am constantly yearning for self-growth or so-called teachable moments; recently, three that I would like to share collided in my life.

Health care around the province in dire straits

The Report: November / December 2002 vol.23 num.5

by CINDY STEWART

fter six weeks of meeting with HSA members at regional meetings this fall, I have a very clear, albeit sad, picture of what the Liberal government is doing to communities across the province.

Imposed terms of work

The Report: September / October 2001 vol.22 num.4

In place of The Reports regular -Contract Interpretation" feature, we asked BCs most prominent labour historian to comment on the broader implications of the contracts imposed on health professionals in August. Please also see in-depth coverage above.

Saluting members' courage

The Report: September / October 2001 vol.22 num.4

by RICK LAMPSHIRE

When the Liberals were elected in a landslide victory on May 17, we all knew that British Columbia was in for “a new era.”

This new era was going to make British Columbia a better place for all British Columbians, Gordon Campbell told voters.

Bargaining process disappoints

The Report: September / October 2001 vol.22 num.4

by REID JOHNSON

As a first-time member of a negotiating committee, I looked forward to the round of bargaining for a new collective agreement.