Bringing COVID-Positive Staff Back To Work Early A Dangerous Way To Deal With Staffing Crisis

2023-03-20T19:13:43-04:00January 27, 2022|

Bringing hospital, long-term care staff sick with COVID-19 back to work early, dangerous way to deal with staffing crisis say CUPE and SEIU

Statement From SEIU Healthcare President On LTC Covid-19 Commission Report

2023-06-13T15:16:57-04:00April 30, 2021|

“This report comes at a time when Ontario’s long-term care system remains in disrepair and continues to operate at dangerously low staffing levels. The neglect must end now."

Financial pressures remain significant barrier for vaccine uptake.

2023-06-13T15:02:13-04:00February 8, 2021|

SEIU Healthcare and researchers at Women’s College Research Institute, conducted a survey of over 8,700 frontline healthcare workers and report that 4 out of 5 are potentially willing to take COVID-19 vaccines if personal financial barriers are eliminated.

SEIU Healthcare Celebrates Ontario’s Commitment To Enhanced LTC Staffing Levels

2023-06-13T14:38:23-04:00November 2, 2020|

SEIU Healthcare thanks the government of Ontario, and all members of the legislative assembly, for their commitment to higher, measured and publicly reported care standards in Ontario's nursing homes.

Quinte Health Care Pays Management Team Hefty Bonuses While Frontliners Capped

2023-06-13T13:47:23-04:00June 25, 2020|

Quinte Health Care, which owns and operates hospitals that provide primary and secondary care services, is paying out hefty bonuses ranging from 3-5% to their senior management team, despite the Ontario government’s Bill 124 limiting public sector workers, including nurses and other hospital staff, to 1% yearly compensation increases.

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