Wage increases part of tentative agreement for home care workers

A tentative agreement has been reached for hundreds of home care workers in Newfoundland and Labrador.
A tentative agreement has been reach for the more than 700 workers with Tenders Loving Care Nursing and Home Care Services. (CBC)

A tentative agreement has been reached for hundreds of home care workers in Newfoundland and Labrador.

In a news release Wednesday, NAPE — the province's largest union — said it has reached a deal for over 750 home care workers with Tender Loving Care Nursing and Home Care Services.

The agreement, the release said, includes wage increases as a well as improved contract language.

The tentative agreement will be released to members at the ratification meetings. 

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