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Supervisory "due diligence"

The Report: November / December 2000 vol.21 num.6

by RACHEL NOTLEY

Does "due diligence" under the revised Workers' Compensation Act increase supervisory responsibility or liability?

Regional Meetings build strength

The Report: November / December 2000 vol.21 num.6

by CINDY STEWART

Meeting rooms in nine communities around the province: $5,000.
Members wage replacement: over $50,000.
Hearing first hand from activists about the issues they care about: priceless.

I cant think of a better way to describe how I feel about the importance of the HSA Regional Meetings that are held every fall.

Standing up for members' rights

The Report: November / December 2000 vol.21 num.6

HSAs executive staff are the Executive Director of Labour Relations, Executive Director of Operations, Executive Assistant / Human Resources Coordinator ... and their secretarial support.

Executive Director of Labour Relations
The Executive Director of Labour Relations is one of the two senior executive staff positions in HSA and reports directly to the President.

HSA pharmacists receive prestigious award

The Report: November / December 2000 vol.21 num.6

by YUKIE KURAHASHI

Most recipients of the coveted Bowl of Hygeia ... the highest honour in pharmacy ... are fairly certain which of their achievements is being recognized by the award. Some may be state senators. Others might be city mayors. Still others might receive the award for devoting their time and talent to various pharmaceutical associations and colleges, or to hospital boards.

An increasingly complex world for HSA members

The Report: November / December 2000 vol.21 num.6

by CAROLE PEARSON

That a policy to improve health care should create so many headaches is ironic. But when the BC Ministry of Health implemented its Better Teamwork Better Care approach through regionalization, it created a tangle of jurisdictional and contractual issues.

Validity of HSA's certifications upheld by Labour Board

The Report: October 2000 vol.21 num.5

by RICK LAMPSHIRE

A recent Labour Relations Board (LRB) decision suggests the LRB may likely follow a rational approach to health care bargaining in the future - instead of maximizing the confusion caused by the Health Authorities Act, as advocated by some. This decision - British Columbia Society of Clinical Perfusion, BCLRB - upheld earlier rulings confirming the validity of HSAs certifications for certain employees.