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SEIU TRYING TO TAKE CREDIT!!!!!

Anything to do with Healthcare providers in Canada. Care-Aids, Nurses, CSW's PSW's, Home Health, Hospice, Long Term, Acute Care, anything like that.
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SEIU TRYING TO TAKE CREDIT!!!!!

Postby pswhamilton » Wed Apr 30, 2014 8:40 am

The government announced yesterday that Ontario PSW's are getting $1.50/hr raise retroactive to April 1st and April 1/15 another $1.50 and April 1/16 another $1.00. SEIU is trying to take full credit for this ....Who the hell are they trying to kid. Couldn't get any psw a raise bigger than 1.4% then they take 2% in union dues. You can get this information off the PSW registry site or check your email . Just wanted to clarify and get word out That it was the government not the SEIU Like they are claiming.



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Re: SEIU TRYING TO TAKE CREDIT!!!!!

Postby pswhamilton » Fri May 02, 2014 6:20 pm

New update ....Government is putting our raise on hold for time being...Talk to Health Minister today and he told me that it will be discussed again after Election on June 12th




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