88% of Northern Ontario hospital workers not confident about Ford government’s health sector plan, 49% considering leaving: new poll

SUDBURY, ON – A new poll paints a grim picture about the staffing crisis in Northern Ontario hospitals, as 90 per cent of workers say there are not enough staff to provide high quality patient care, and nearly half are contemplating leaving their jobs within the next year amidst high stress levels, exhaustion, and anxiety.…

85% of Hamilton hospital workers not confident about Ford government’s health sector plan, 44% considering leaving: new poll

Hamilton, ON – A new poll paints a grim picture about the staffing crisis in Hamilton’s hospitals, as 85 per cent of workers say they are not confident in this government’s plan to improve the sector and 44 per cent are considering quitting their jobs. The polling firm Nanos Research surveyed more than 750 hospital…

79% of CUPE hospital workers not confident about Ford government’s health sector plan, 43% considering quitting their jobs: new poll

TORONTO – A new poll paints a grim picture about the future of Ontario’s health care system, as nearly 4 out of 5 hospital workers say they are not confident in this government’s plan to improve the sector and more than 2 in 5 are considering quitting their jobs. The polling firm Nanos surveyed more…

41 percent of Ontario’s hospital workers dread going into work: new poll suggests staffing crisis to worsen without course correction by the Ford government

OCHU/CUPE’s media conference at Queen’s Park at 10 a.m. Wednesday to reveal findings of a new poll among more than 750 hospital workers across Ontario   TORONTO, ON – A new poll paints a worrying picture about the impact of the staffing crisis on patient care in Ontario’s hospitals with 41 per cent of staff…

Settlement workers, music instructors, child care workers and others at University Settlement overwhelmingly vote in favour of job action

TORONTO, ON – University Settlement is a charity with a more than hundred-year history of building strong communities in Toronto. But all is not right with their own staff – and in a resounding show of solidarity, workers voted 96 per cent in favour of striking if management refuses to address long simmering issues. 63…