Food Services, Housekeeping and Laundry

Food Services, Housekeeping and Laundry

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“I continue to learn new things every day, and feel supported by my management team”
Supervisor, Food Services
“I moved to Canada about three years ago as an international student and started my journey as a casual food service worker while attending school. I gained experience from the work I was doing, and was able to grow into a supervisory position.”
Supervisor, Food Services

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Announcement and Updates

Housekeeping and Food Services

Under Bill 47 (Health Sector Statues Repeal Act), the Ministry of Health recently announced that it will start a phased approach to repatriate 21 housekeeping, food and environmental service contracts across the province. Included in this are more than 700 FTE workers who currently provide housekeeping and food services to Fraser Health through contracts with Sodexo, Aramark, and Compass. The transition to in-house services for housekeeping and food services staff is expected to be completed by October 2022.

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To ensure the highest quality patient care and infection control practices, Fraser Health is committed to the repatriation of all housekeeping and food services staff. This change will benefit patients, residents, families and staff.

Fraser Health values the close relationships that we have built over the years with our housekeeping and food services staff. We are thankful for your partnership and dedication to our shared work. Our goal is to ensure that all active, regular and casual housekeeping staff, both union and non-union, are aware of comparable employment opportunities at Fraser Health. We want to assure you that your continuity of employment is important to us.

Our Priorities

  • To offer a seamless transition and continuity of employment for both unionized and excluded housekeeping staff while maintaining a high quality of service.
  • Alignment with the Ministry of Health’s priority to repatriate support services under the direct operation of the health authority.
The following questions and answers have been prepared to help housekeeping and food services staff understand the changes that are underway. We are committed to keeping staff informed throughout this transition process.
We acknowledge that change can be difficult and we are here to support you. We look forward to getting to know you and your teams over the weeks and months ahead. We are excited to have you join our team and about the work we will do together.

For additional information and resources, visit our Employee Resource Centre

Transitioning Employees