Health Sciences Bargaining Settled in Mediation

Health Sciences Bargaining Settled in Mediation

Courtesy: Town and Country Today

Canada — Most of the talk around healthcare is the need for doctors and nurses but far more jobs that those are facing similar shortages.

Health Sciences of Alberta (HSAA) is the union for all technical healthcare staff from speech language pathologists to x-ray technicians, phlebotomists, and more and when they are short staffed it impacts how the hospital can manage.

“A lot of interference from the government became very clear a short time in that anything that was monetary was being directed by the government. That’s why a mediator needed to be brought in,” HSAA vice president Leanne Alfaro said Aug. 11.

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