We have at last finalized the negotiations for the four intersectoral matters, i.e., salary, retirement, parental rights and regional disparities, which were still being discussed six months after the sectoral tentative agreement was concluded. Given its pitiful...
The team responsible for the provincial negotiations is composed of two members from the Executive Committee responsible for the negotiations, five employees and five union reps elected to the FIQ Negotiating Committee.
- Isabelle Groulx, Respiratory Therapist, CISSS de la Montérégie-Ouest (FIQ-SPSMO)
- Ridza Cléophat, Licensed Practical Nurse, CIUSSS de l’Ouest-de-l ‘Île-de-Montréal
- Marie-Hélène Verge, Union Consultant in the Negotiation Sector
- Sophie Guilbault, Union Consultant in the Negotiation Sector and spokesperson at the bargaining tables
- Jean-Philippe Landry, Nurse Clinician Assistant-Head-Nurse, Institut de cardiologie de Montréal (FIQ-SPICICM)
- Roberto Bomba, FIQ Treasurer
- Serge Prévost, Union Consultant in the Negotiation Sector
- Jérôme Rousseau, FIQ Vice-President
- Maude Pelletier, Union Consultant in the Negotiation Sector
- Jean-François Tremblay, Coordinator of the Negotiation Sector and spokesperson at the intersectoral bargaining table
- Véronique Foisy, Nurse Clinician, CIUSSS de l’Estrie-CHUS (FIQ-SPS des Cantons-de-l’Est)
- Nagia Idel-Mehdaoui, Care Counsellor Nurse, Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay (FIQ-SNII de la Baie-James).
Absent from the photo : Justine Lecompte-Rousseau, Union Consultant in the Negotiation Sector