Tentative Agreement Nb Nurses

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On September 7th, 2021, the New Brunswick Nurses Union (NBNU) announced that a tentative agreement had been reached with the New Brunswick Nurses Association (NBNA). This agreement came after months of negotiations and discussions between the two parties.

The tentative agreement, which still needs to be ratified by both the NBNU and NBNA membership, outlines a new collective agreement for nurses in New Brunswick. According to the NBNU, the agreement includes wage increases, improvements to working conditions and benefits, and a commitment to addressing issues related to recruitment and retention.

The tentative agreement comes at a critical time for nurses in New Brunswick, who have been working tirelessly throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Nurses across the province have reported high levels of stress and burnout, with many working long hours and facing difficult working conditions.

The agreement is a positive step forward for nurses in New Brunswick, and it is hoped that it will help to address some of the challenges that nurses have been facing. However, it is important to remember that the tentative agreement is just that – tentative. Both the NBNU and NBNA membership will need to review and vote on the agreement before it can be finalized.

In the meantime, nurses in New Brunswick can take some comfort in the fact that progress is being made towards improving their working conditions and recognizing the important role they play in our healthcare system. As we continue to navigate the ongoing challenges of the pandemic, it is more important than ever to support our healthcare workers and ensure that they have the resources and support they need to provide the best possible care to our communities.

In conclusion, the tentative agreement reached between the NBNU and NBNA represents an important step forward for nurses in New Brunswick. While there is still work to be done, this agreement provides hope for a brighter future for nurses in the province. As we move forward, it is important to continue supporting our healthcare workers and recognizing the invaluable role they play in keeping our communities healthy and safe.