Resources for UNA members about Recovery Alberta, Layoff and Recall

United Nurses of Alberta has prepared four documents to help provide clarity for members affected by the transition of Employees from Alberta Health Services to the new Recovery Alberta sector-based provincial health authority:

Explaining the transition from AHS to Recovery Alberta (FAQ): This frequently asked questions document answers some of the key questions that UNA members have about how their employment will be impacted if their positions are moved to the new sector-based provincial health authority responsible for mental health and addictions.

Letter of Understanding re: Transition of Employees pursuant to Health Statutes Amendment Act, 2024: This LOU signed by UNA and Alberta Health Services retains and expands the rights of Employees affected by the creation of Recovery Alberta and other future Provincial Health Agencies. For more information about this LOU, read UNA's statement from May 31, 2024.

UNA Layoff & Recall FAQ: This guide provides UNA members, locals, and staff with answers to the questions most frequently asked about layoff and position elimination.

Employer/UNA Joint Layoff & Recall Statements: This document is intended to be a resource document that guides Employer Human Resources and UNA Labour Relations Officers through the layoff and recall process. Where these joint statements contradict statements in the UNA Layoff and Recall Manual or the AHS Layoff and Recall Manual, this document takes precedence.

UNA will continue to share updated information with members at una.ca. Members with additional questions should contact their UNA Local Executive or Labour Relations Officer.

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