Person A started two years ago; stayed casual/PRN in a different department up until about 2-3 months ago, when they transferred to a part-time position on the same unit as person B.
Person B started one year ago on the same floor, after orientation, as of December of 2012 they have been part-time.
Casual/PRN does NOT have bargaining rights.
Part-time does have bargaining rights.
Person A and B both applied for the same position on their floor and the person chosen for the position is based on seniority.
So which seniority is it; corporate or bargaining unit?
Aug 21, '13
by Esme12, ASN, BSN, RN
It depends on the contract but in my experience it is Bargaining unit seniority not facility seniority.
SO the casual/per diem is considered an outside contractor and therefore an outside hire that has no seniority.
In this instance ...person B would be hired.
Last edit by Esme12 on Aug 21, '13