Questions? Contact WSNA Nurse Representative Barbara Friesen at email@example.com or 206-575-7979, ext. 3056.
Local Unit Officer nominations
Posted Feb 5, 2020
Do you have a desire and maybe ideas to make things better at PIMC?
Be involved in your union. It’s time for nominations for Local Unit Officers and Safety Committee Members!
Our local unit’s strength and effectiveness is determined by the level of nurse participation. Elected WSNA Local Unit Officers and appointed Committee Members work in partnership with the WSNA Nurse Representative and are the backbone of our local unit. Descriptions of each position or committee are included in the nomination forms below.
The forms are fillable pdf format. Once you have downloaded the form and filled it out, save it and email it back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For any questions, please contact Barbara Friesen at (206) 575-7979, Ext. 3056 or by email.
The contract has been ratified!
Posted Jan 3, 2020
Congratulations, the vote was passed by a unanimous yes vote!
The final draft of the contract is still in process. When it is completed and signed by all parties it will be posted on this web site under Contracts and Documents.
Please consider stepping up and getting involved. The new contract includes a Workplace Violence Committee. WSNA will select four nurses to serve on the committee. In addition, we will be holding Local Unit Officer elections very soon. Watch for nomination forms.
In solidarity - your negotiating team; Lesley Preysz, Zanna Cochran, Melissa Aylward.
Questions? Contact WSNA Nurse Representative Barbara Friesen at email@example.com or 800-231-8482 ext. 3056.
It's time to vote!
Posted Dec 19, 2019
Your negotiating team worked hard and long to get you the best contract they could and recommend a Yes vote! Now it is time for you to come and cast your ballot.
Date: December 31, 2019 Time: 1100 - 1500 Place: Conference Room at PIMC
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WSNA and PeaceHealth successfully negotiated a tentative agreement regarding the terms and condition of bringing the Family Medical Clinic nurses into the existing PIMC contract. Now it is time for all of us to cast our ballots to ratify the agreement!
Date: Jan. 4, 2018
Place: Quiet Room
Time: 4 - 6 p.m.
Every PIMC WSNA member in good standing is entitled to vote.
There will be a Memorandum of Understanding available at the vote to review.
The negotiating team members recommend a yes vote and will be present to answer questions.
We hope to see you there!
Your negotiating team; Emily Mason, Rose Carlson, Suzanne Cochran
There will be a copy of the proposed Bylaws available at the vote for you to review before you cast your ballot.
Your WSNA Nurse Rep and Local Unit Officers will be present to answer questions.
Date: July 26, 2017
Times: 1700 – 2000 Place: Lobby outside the Quiet Room
Pay and PTO Final Resolution
Posted Jun 21, 2017
The following is the agreement WSNA and PeaceHealth reached regarding Timeclock errors, Pay and PTO:
If a missed timeclock punch is not corrected before 10:00 A.M. by either the nurse or the timekeeper/manager, a correction can be submitted to payroll by using the Previous Payroll Adjustment (PPA) form. If that form is received by 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday of payroll week, payroll will include the hours on the nurse’s regular paycheck. If the form is received after that date, a manual check will be run and mailed, to be delivered within 3 business days, if the dollar amount exceeds 5% of the nurse’s gross wages.
Employer shall reimburse nurses for any PTO that was deducted to cover wages on days with missed punches provided WSNA and/or the nurse provide the information and a Previous Payroll Adjustment form attesting that the nurse worked the hours in question.
Employer shall reimburse nurses for any bank charges incurred due to employer withholding pay provided WSNA and/or the nurse provide Kelly Fringle and/or Shawna Unger specific information to verify bank charges were incurred due to employer withholding pay.
Employer shall provide additional My Time training as needed and shall share additional documents with nurses to improve the understanding of how the system should be used.
The time nurses spend attesting to time shall be time worked.
Thank you to everyone who participated in resolving this issue.
Please contact your WSNA Nurse Rep if you have questions or concerns.