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SAHO/SGEU Collective Bargaining Agreement

Saskatchewan Government Employees Union (SGEU)


SGEU represents approximately 1500 employees within the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

Employees fill a variety of roles in over 300 classifications providing services such as nursing, clerical, technical and support services.

Collective Agreement

Transportation Rates

Current Rate

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Jul 01/24 SGEU Transportation Rate, July 1, 2024

As per Article 19.01 d) of the SAHO/SGEU Collective Agreement, the Saskatchewan Private Transportation Index (SPTI) is reviewed and updated quarterly by SAHO. Updates to the rates will be posted on this page.

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Bargaining Updates

SAHO/SGEU Bargaining Update May 21, 2024

May 22, 2024
SGEU and SAHO met in Prince Albert May 14, 15 & 16, 2024.
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SAHO/SGEU Bargaining Update April 22, 2024

April 22, 2024
The SAHO Bargaining Committee met with SGEU on January 16 and 17, 2024, in Saskatoon, then virtually on February 27 and 28, 2024, and in Prince Albert on April 2, 3, and 4, 2024.
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Career Adjustment

Health Sector Employees both in and out-of-scope who are laid off may be eligible for career adjustment assistance. This program functions under the authority of the Ministry of Health. For information about this program, contact

Wage Schedule

Updated wage schedule since the printing of the collective agreement can be found here.

SAHO CUPE, SEIU-West & SGEU Wage Schedule

Effective: April 01, 2022 to March 31, 2023

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Provider Group Joint Job Evaluation Program

CUPE, SEIU-West, SGEU (Provider Unions) and SAHO, through a joint job evaluation project developed, implemented and maintain a sustainable plan using the principles of Government of Saskatchewan Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value and Pay Equity Policy Framework. This job evaluation system objectively and fairly determines the value of jobs within an organization. The Provider Group Joint Job Evaluation Maintenance Committee (JJEMC) has the task of continuing with a systematic study and analysis of jobs using the four gender-neutral criteria of skill, effort, responsibility, and working conditions. For support relating to the Provider Group Joint Job Evaluation program please contact Tracy Hall, SAHO Classification & Job Evaluation Specialist at 306-347-5575;

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