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Announcement and Updates
Home Support Workers Announcement

Vancouver and Surrey, BC – Fraser Health and Vancouver Coastal Health have signed an agreement with the Community Bargaining Association to support the transfer of home support employees currently working for a contracted service provider to one of the health authorities. 


The Transfer of Employment Agreement (TEA) is meant to preserve the continuity of care for clients and continuity of employment for employees. It confirms the employee’s current employment status (regular or casual) as well as entitlements such as seniority, sick leave and wage protection. Health and safety benefit coverage and pension will also be maintained.


Unionized staff currently employed by the contracted agencies will continue to be covered by collective agreements when they become employees of the two health authorities. Excluded staff will also be offered comparable employment. In total, up to 3,000 home support staff will be eligible for employment with Fraser Health and Vancouver Coastal Health. 


The transition of staff and clients will begin in August 2019, and is expected to be completed by March 2020. Information sessions have been organized to support staff through the transition process.


Home support refers to personal care services provided by Community Health Workers that allow clients to live independently and safely in their own homes for as long as possible.


On March 13, 2019, the health authorities announced they would not be renewing their contracts with external service providers for home support services. Those contracts are set to expire in March 2020.


Employees requiring additional information can contact:


Fraser Health:




Vancouver Coastal Health:



Phone: 1-877-708-5224 (toll free)


For media inquiries, please contact:

Fraser Health                    

Media line: 604-613-0794            


Vancouver Coastal Health:
Gavin Wilson

Fraser Health and Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) are bringing home support services in-house across all of their regions. Changes will unfold over the next 12 months. Throughout the transition, Fraser Health and VCH are committed to continuity of care for clients and continuity of employment for home support staff.
There are significant changes coming to the home support industry in British Columbia. Fraser Health and Vancouver Coastal Health are bringing their contracted home support services in-house and will not be renewing contracts with private and non-profit home support agencies. This model supports the health authorities’ vision of enhancing services to clients living in the community by providing team-based, accessible and coordinated care. 


A qualified workforce is crucial to ensuring our clients continue to receive exceptional care and service. Our goal is to ensure that all active, regular and casual home support staff—both union and non-union—are aware of comparable employment opportunities at Fraser Health and VCH and have these new opportunities available to them. We look forward to having you join our teams.
We acknowledge that any change can be difficult—especially when it comes to employment. As changes unfold over the next 12 months, Fraser Health and VCH will work diligently to provide you with updated information. We look forward to having you join our organizations.
Fraser Health and VCH’s priorities:
  • Offer a seamless transition for clients while maintaining continuity of care for and continuity of employment for both unionized and excluded home support staff.
  • Improve team-based care for our seniors through an in-house model where integrated teams share common values, training, and promote a culture that provides the reliability, quality, and high-level of care our clients and families depend on.
  • Align with the Ministry’s priority to create a more robust system of primary and community care.
  • Provide coordinated and consistent care across all of our regions.
The following questions and answers have been prepared to help unionized and non-unionized home support staff understand the changes underway.Fraser Health and VCH are committed to keeping all staff informed throughout this transition process.
I work for one of the contracted home support agencies, what should I do?
There is nothing you need to do right now. Fraser Health and VCH will offer comparable employment opportunities to all unionized Home Support staff who currently provide direct or indirect services to Fraser Health and VCH clients. Details of this transition will be worked out in collaboration with the Community Bargaining Association and Nurses Bargaining Association as part of a Labour Adjustment Plan, and we will schedule meetings to share this plan with you as soon as it is finalized.
Will I maintain my salary, benefits and pension?
We are committed to continuity of employment for all home support workers and will do everything we can to make this a smooth transition for you. Fraser Health and VCH will be working closely with your employer and union to achieve an agreement that will facilitate the transfer of your employment (full time, part time and casual) to either Fraser Health or VCH. This will include wage rates, seniority, as well as sick and special leave banks. Details will be worked out as part of the labour adjustment planning process and we will provide updates as this process moves forward over the next year.
Will I still work the same hours per week?
All home support workers who become Fraser Health or VCH staff will be guaranteed the same status they currently have with their current employer.
  • Part-time employees will be offered the equivalent part-time hours, or more.
  • Full-time employees will be offered the equivalent full-time hours.
  • Casual employees will be offered casual status.
  • We will also be adding additional positions.
What do I need to do now?
Fraser Health, VCH and your current employer will be scheduling town hall meetings to share information with you shortly. In the meantime, please be assured that you will have a home support position with either Fraser Health or VCH if you are interested in working for us, and at the same hours and status you are currently working.
I am a non-union staff member. Will I be offered employment at Fraser Health or VCH?
Yes, non-unionized staff who transition to Fraser Health or VCH will be offered similar positions within the health authority structure based on their current responsibilities and compensation level.
I am currently in an excluded position. Will I continue to remain an excluded employee with Fraser Health or VCH?
It will depend on the type of role you are in. For example, schedulers and LPN Supervisors are unionized within the health authorities and as such you would be joining Fraser Health or VCH in a unionized role. We will work with our union partners to facilitate a seamless transfer. 
What will be the terms and conditions of my employment with the health authorities?
Opportunities for excluded staff will reflect the terms and conditions of employment under the Public Sector Employers’ Council—the government agency that oversees fair compensation and employment provisions for non-unionized staff who work in the public sector.
Is there a process where I need to apply for upcoming jobs?
For affected non-unionized staff, Fraser Health and VCH will be offering you continued employment. We are in the process of matching your current job description and remuneration to job descriptions at the Health Authority.

For more information:

Fraser Health
Vancouver Coastal Health
Toll-free information line: 1 877-708-5224. Staff with questions can also contact 604-730-7633.