Half Of Ontario Hospital Staff Considering Leaving Their Jobs

 Canada Global(Web News) The leading union of Ontario health care workers says the Ford government needs to do more to end the staffing crisis.

Almost half of the province’s hospital staff are considering leaving their jobs, a new survey has revealed.
These figures come from a new survey conducted by Nanoz. 41 percent of the province’s hospital staff say they dread going to work, while 43 percent say they are considering different career choices. The Union of Public Employees (CUP), a Canadian union representing some health care workers in Ontario, says the situation could get worse if the province doesn’t take steps in that direction.

Sharon Richter, secretary-treasurer of the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions of the CUPP, said the results of the survey are “extremely alarming.” She said the crisis facing staff has reached its limits. He said that the workers are very unhappy with the working conditions and all this affects their mental health. The survey revealed that 4 out of 5 workers are not at all optimistic that in 2024 the provincial The government will bring any reforms in health. maintenance system. Richer said that the whole system runs on the head of the workers yet the government is not paying any attention to their needs.

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