Publish date: Wednesday, April 09, 2014


The Manitoba Nurses Union has concluded the Central Table Agreement which covers approximately 10,000 of our 12,000 members. The agreement contains a number of provisions which address patient care and workload issues. 

MNU and the Manitoba government have agreed to work together to reduce our health care system’s reliance on nurses working overtime. By working cooperatively to reduce excessive overtime and the use of agency nurses, our goal is to improve patient care and ensure healthier workplaces for nurses.

The agreement contains wage increases and market adjustments which allow nurses to remain competitive. 

Increases are as follows:
• 2013 – 2% general salary increase
• 2014 – 2% general salary increase and 1.1% market adjustment
• 2015 – 2% general salary increase
• 2016 – 2% general salary increase and 1% market adjustment

Premiums will also be improved during the life of the agreement.

The MNU Bargaining Committee is recommending acceptance of the tentative agreement.

A ratification date is set for April 30, 2014.



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