Labor leaders are planning to hold a vote on a new contract, and it’s unclear when it will happen.
The National Labor Relations Board will meet next week to vote on the union’s request for a two-year contract extension, according to the Associated Press.
The union has asked the board to extend the contract until March 2019, a request the board has denied.
The board’s ruling could result in a contract that could take effect as early as March 2019.
If the board grants the request, the union would have until May 2019 to present its proposal to the board.
If it denies, the board would vote on whether to approve the contract.
The Associated Press reported that union members in the U.S. and Canada have been asking for a contract for years, and they said they’re still waiting for a decision.
The AP said the union plans to vote Wednesday on the new contract.
If no agreement is reached, the Associated News said, the workers in the health care industry would have the option of either accepting a contract with no conditions or signing a new one.
The health care workers union has a contract in place with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.
The contract is for eight years, but that will expire in 2019.
Health care workers have complained for years that they are overworked and underpaid, and the union says the union doesn’t do enough to address the health crisis.
The agency said the contract would be funded by a 3.7% salary increase, which the union has argued would hurt the health of health care professionals.
The American Federation for Government Employees has also been pushing for a new health care contract, saying the union hasn’t done enough to support its members.
The unions dispute the AP’s report that health care jobs have been on the decline.
Health Care Workers Union President Dan Siegel said the health workers union is still working on a contract.
“The health care workforce is doing great,” he said.
“We have a strong and growing economy and are doing well in terms of our pay.
But it is important for us to keep that in mind when we make the decision to vote for a renewal of our contract.
We have to make sure that we’re working with our health care team, our employees, our contractors to ensure that our workers are not being underpaid.”