Bargaining for Kerry’s Place commenced in May 2022. After several Bargaining Meetings, hundreds of letters to the Board of Directors and CEO, rallies, and a two-week strike, members showed strength, solidarity and resilience.
On December 1, they agreed to a new collective agreement that is a step in the right direction toward the respect, protection and pay they deserve.
But their fight is not done. Together we call on the Ford government to provide more funding to the developmental services sector and WSIB to all DSWs. Thank you to all Kerry’s Place members who set a prime example for the rest of the labour movement that progress is possible when you stand up for your rights.
Central Nursing Home
Central Hospital Bargaining