“I don’t really regret my decision”: This Quebec nurse transitions from private to public

“I don’t really regret my decision”: This Quebec nurse transitions from private to public

A nurse from Quebec jumped from the private to the public to answer Quebec’s call and ensure she could continue working in a place she particularly admired.

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Gabrielle Simard wanted to lend a hand to the CHSLD of Saint-Casimir in Portneuf, where she already worked in a private institution.

He says he fell in love with his workplace, which means he’s willing to drive an hour every morning to get there.

“I found my soul mate in my work,” he says. This summer I am moving very close to Saint-Casimir, where I work. It’s going to be a big change, but I think it’s definitely worth it since we spend most of our time at work.

“As long as you feel like you’re part of a team, I think that’s really important,” she adds. I don’t really regret my decision.”

Ms Simard is one of 2,400 private sector workers who have gone public in the province in the past three months.

The CIUSSS de la Capitale-Nationale is redoubling its efforts to recruit staff from private companies to the public network, while the Dubé project takes effect on Sunday.

About 200 workers have been relocated to the area, but there is still work to be done, according to Steve Vignault, director of the accommodation component of the CIUSSS de la Capitale-Nationale.

“It is certain that we need these people to keep our work alive in all directions to provide quality care and services,” he said. On October 20, the use of independent labor is not permitted.

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“The example we’re seeing today with Gabriel tells us that our strategy is working well,” he continues.

Watch the full explanation in the video above

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