The Collective Retrieval System Agreement (CARS) is an online search engine for collective agreements and arbitration awards that has been submitted to the Division of Labour Relations. The CARS system also includes the quarterly publication “Collective Bargaining in New Brunswick.” In addition to the Public Procurement Act, public procurement is governed by trade agreements to ensure that the process is open, fair and transparent. Trade agreements have been concluded to improve market access for goods and services that will be achieved by removing barriers to the mobility of workers, investment, energy, agriculture and public procurement. Each agreement deals with different rules, exceptions and areas of application. It is important to review all applicable trade agreements before making an offer. The tender package will be reviewed on existing trade agreements. We are a member-oriented organization that focuses on the needs of New Brunswick nurses. The Union assists its members in negotiating collective agreements with employers. Negotiating a collective agreement protects the rights of members, individually and collectively, and is an important part of our advocates for our members. All NBNU collective agreements are negotiated on the basis of the care sector. The most important domestic agreements that apply to the purchase of goods and services in New Brunswick are: there are currently three international trade agreements: over the course of our history, we have negotiated many collective agreements, each of which is a step towards a better life for nurses and their patients, their clients and their residents. This system allows research into collective agreements and arbitration awards with keywords in both official languages.
Through its extensive research functions, CARS is an invaluable tool for collective bargaining negotiators and managers, conciliation officers and mediators, as well as labour relations practitioners in general. This online database provides information and is user-friendly. The user has unlimited access to the current/previous agreements and all arbitration awards that are subject to the division. The user will also be allowed to do historical research. E-mail – NBON@snb.ca Help Line – (506) 444-5636 Free in Canada – 1-800-561-1422 Collective bargaining is the process in which union members negotiate contracts with their employers to determine their terms of employment, including wages, benefits, hours, holidays, security guidelines, opportunities to balance work and family life, and much more. Please click on the appropriate sector to view your collective agreement: Atlantic Standard`s terms have been developed by the four Atlantic provinces to provide suppliers with a set of rules that apply to most Atlantic State tenders. In the event of a conflict between these terms and conditions and the tender package, the tender package is given priority and is considered correct. For more information on selling governments to Atlantic Canada, see Nurses Part III Nursing Homes Nurse Managers / Supervisors.