The New Brunswick Nurses Union (NBNU) recently shared, with media, the results of two surveys, regarding registered nurses and their experiences of workplace violence. The numbers were startling. On our first survey of 400 randomly selected members, 54% had experienced…Read more
Source: Adam Bowie, THE DAILY GLEANER
March 7, 2017
Three in 10 faced physical violence, majority have been harassed: surveyADAM BOWIE THE DAILY GLEANER
Young workers (35 years old and under), join us on March 24, 2017 at the Rodd Moncton for a day of learning and networking. Staff from the Canadian Labour Congress will be facilitating workshops on “Unions 101” (An introduction to…Read more
Now into their 2nd winter on the picket line, members of the Halifax Typographical Union are approaching an unfortunate milestone: one year on strike, with little progress in negotiations with their employer, the Chronicle Herald.
This date also marks another…Read more
The New Brunswick Nurses Union is making workplace violence prevention a top priority in 2017. In an effort to make all workplaces safer we are asking the provincial government to #fixthelaw.
A recent poll, found that 54 percent of…Read more
(Friday December 9, 2016 – OTTAWA) – Today the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU) released new findings from a public opinion poll commissioned to gain further insight into Canadians’ attitudes towards health issues since the last federal election.