Canadian Blood Services (CBS) has forced their Saskatchewan employees to work without a contract for far too long.
Despite their full awareness of the reasonable requests of its staff, CBS has chosen to frustrate and delay bargaining with road block after road block, clearly expecting their employees to cave in and accept an unacceptable offer.
CBS has made it harder to donate blood in Saskatchewan.
CBS has been quietly closing rural blood donor clinics in Saskatchewan for years while reducing service hours in the cities, forcing urban clinics to manage more with less. Donors from communities like Swift Current have to travel to donate in Regina, rather than dropping into a mobile clinic when it was in town.
A secure and safe supply of Canadian blood products depends on secure jobs.
Add your name to the list of those protesting Canadian Blood Service's unnecessary, inconvenient cuts to rural health care services in Saskatchewan and their treatment of its hardworking employees.