At the time, the union`s 4,000 members in the contract services sector were reached to protect workers` jobs – and their union representation – when enterprise contracts changed ownership. Group Benefits-at-a-Glance Summary 2010 – Community Group Benefits-at-a-Glance Summary 2015 – Community-Casual Group Benefits-at-a-glance 2014-2019 – Facilities Group Ben This article will be excerpted from the spring 2019 edition The Guardian, HEU`s Newspaper, a new publication. You can read the full issue and view the latest editions of heu.org/the_guardian Full Report for HSA members on the 2019-2022 preliminary agreement. The new FBA collective agreement also contains a process and guidelines for the government, health employers and the union to examine the potential for the return of contract services to direct control of health authorities. The collective agreement of HSA members, who work in the health and local aid sector, is negotiated between employers and the Community Bargaining Association (CBA), which represents members of the HSA, the BC Government Employees Union (BCGEU), the Hospital Employees Union (HEU), the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), the Union of Commercial Workers and Workers (UFCW) and the Workers` Union Workers Association (ETCA). The CBA has more than 750 HSA members and the vast majority of CBA members are represented by the BCGEU, which is conducting negotiations. Attempt Agreement – April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2022 With the passage of the Health Sector Statutes Repeal Act (Bill 47), the right of health care workers to access to the estate provisions was established in accordance with b.C. With these safeguards, workers can no longer lose their collective agreement or union affiliation when a business is sold or transferred from one company to another. Bill 29 and Bill 94 denied health care professionals access to their inheritance rights under the Labour Relations Code B.C and eliminated the language „no attribution“ in the partial collective agreement of the institutions. These group layoffs, involving hospital care workers and care and support workers in the province`s seniors` residences, were facilitated by the laws enacted by the BC Liberals in 2001 and 2003.