The union, which represents Macdonald Youth Services employees, says emergency services could see an influx of people in the event of a workers` strike on Tuesday morning. Macdonald Youth Services (MYS) councillors have been on strike since August 2, but it ended on Thursday when a return to work was agreed. Macdonald`s youth services advisers are marching a picket line on Tuesday, having been without a collective agreement since 2014. According to the Manitoba government and the General Workers Union (GSO), an agreement has been reached with Macdonald`s union and youth services for return to work, but negotiations are continuing. “This government does not recognize the services they provide and does not recognize the need to compete and retain advisors.” WINNIPEG — A crisis team working with vulnerable youth in Winnipeg will return to work after the strike since the beginning of the month. According to a statement published on the MYS website, striking workers have been without a collective agreement for two years and are demanding “modest wage increases and performance gains over four years.” “While child and family services are not the real employer, we continue to actively monitor the situation. The employer, MacDonald Youth Services, coordinated essential services in the event of a strike. MYS employees have been without a collective agreement since 2014. A list of services affected by the strike is published on the organization`s website and Facebook page. While there are essential services, MYS says they have reduced hours and services, which will have an impact on the level of care the organization can provide during the strike. According to the MGEU, the wages of MYS workers are so low that workers leave young people in the crisis system to better pay wages in the adult system. The agreement provides that the MANitoba government and the General Workers Union (GSO) will resume negotiations as soon as possible and that the province will continue to fight for wage increases to be comparable to the adult system. Macdonald Youth Services needs occasional intervention clinics to provide telephone crisis interventions and triage functions for the mobile crisis team. These positions assess the nature and extent of the crisis situation and determine an appropriate response.

This position is a collective agreement. MYS is committed to the development and thinking of a diverse workforce. All job openings depend on the availability of the following satisfactory and current background reviews (within 3 months): Child Abuse Registry Check; Pre-contact verification; and Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Search. We thank all candidates for their interest, but only those who have been selected for an interview are contacted. For more information on our job and volunteer offers, please visit our website Collaborators of Macdonald`s child crisis system. The government spokesman said the province was monitoring the labour dispute. Applicants must justify, in their resume or cover letter, how they meet the conditions of the position. However, a provincial government spokesman denied that there was a commitment from the NDP government.

Approximately 28 crisis officers went on strike at 8 .m hours and formed a picket line on Portage Avenue in downtown Winnipeg. “That`s not true.