Treat the temporary workers and permanent workers equally. They say they do but in practice the permanent workers can show up late, leave early, break safety rules etc. and nothing happens to them. You get hounded about the smallest things if you are a temp.
Look into complaints from workers before they leave and resolve issues in a timely fashion. The union should not be permitted to interfere in situations that involve people who do not do their job.
I have not seen anyone I worked with leave. It's a great place to work.
There are a little growing pains converting to the new collective agreements and from Capital Health to NSHA, but they did amazing thus far and I think it will benefit everyone in the years to come when everything is streamlined.
I believe: Change is good!